Commanders In Crisis is a better crossover than most of the actual crossovers put out by the big two in the last few years.
With Ahoy Comics’ Penultiman, Tom Peyer once again shows why he is one of Uncle Highlander’s favorite comic authors.
In this week’s Read This Book, Uncle Highlander has a rave review about the timely new book The Department of Truth.
This week, Uncle Highlander has two books for you to read – Image Comics’ Stillwater and Heavy from Vault Comics.
Adapted by Ryan North and Albert Monteys for Boom! Studios, Slaughterhouse-Five is a wonderful homage to the late, great Kurt Vonnegut.
This week in Read This Book, Uncle Highlander looks back at the excellent Ghosted in L.A., a comic “that is perfect for anyone who likes well-written books about interesting characters.”
In an exclusive interview, Uncle Highlander talks to writer Anthony Cleveland about his new UFO-inspired series, Stargazer.
Uncle Highlander says that Voyage to the Stars is a great book for fans of the podcast, but might be hard to penetrate for readers unfamiliar with its backstory.
Witness the master world-builder Tom Taylor in his new series, Seven Secrets.
This week Uncle Highlander takes a look at Undiscovered Country, one of the most interesting, ambitious, and perhaps controversial independent comics on the market right now.
Issue one of No Heroine is a solid story with a great main character, a compelling premise, and manages to stand on its own while also functioning as a great starting place.
This week’s Read This Book goes deep into the world of satire, looking at Rorschach and the new series, Billionaire Island.