The Witcher: Fading Memories is an excellent jumping on point if you only have a passing knowledge of The Witcher franchise.
Eve Ewing’s new Champions series actually feels like a very important book for our somewhat treacherous times.
Our E.A. Henson is a fan of what the new creative team on The Flash has been delivering to readers.
Writer Clay McLeod Chapman and artist Guiu Vilanova absolutely knock Web of Venom: Empyre’s End out of the park.
Howard and Hickman walk the fine line of X-Men: Stasis being a filler issue and one of consequence and ultimately land on the side of the latter.
As October comes to a close and the wind gives off its chill, Hellstrom: Prince of Lies is a solid story to curl up with.
The most recent issues of Hellions, New Mutants, and Cable are all closely knit character stories that expand the overarching storyline of X of Swords.
Even as a part of of Sword of X, Marauders #13 manages to feel that it’s driven by its characters and not just a piece of a larger whole.
It’s always fun to see writers play in each other’s playgrounds, and in The Immortal Hulk: The Threshing Place, Jeff Lemire does a solid job maintaining the tone Al Ewing has honed for The Immortal Hulk
Al Ewing, who has been steering the Hulk ship with the Immortal Hulk series goes deep into the psyche of Jennifer Walters.
Zeb Wells and Stephen Segovia have done a solid job with both this issue and their entire first arc of Hellions.
If you’re a newcomer to the mythology of Ultraman, this first issue is an easily accessible read that doesn’t require any knowledge of the character.