Barbaric: The Harvest Blade is a beautiful, bloody, and oh so violent love letter to the sword and sandal genre, while also being it’s own unique thing.
With solid art, good storytelling, and an interesting premise, Promethee 13:13 has a lot going for it.
Hannah Rose May’s comic debut could make genre fans looks at themselves in the mirror.
Tyler Crook is a masterful storyteller who has already laid the groundwork for a new and fascinating mythology with this first issue.
Public Domain is a comic for people who love, eat, sleep and breathe comics.
A solid first issue with a lot of potential, Astronaut Down is a great new take on a classic genre.
Beware the Eye of Odin uses the setting and trappings of ancient Norse myth to tell a brand new story.
Issue #18 of The Department of Truth is a beautiful encapsulation of everything Uncle Highlander loves about this series.
I Hate This Place is a hilarious and terrify thrill ride for skeptics and believers alike.
With Mindset, Zack Kaplan and John J. Pearson take on the old staple of mind control, but in a way that feels all too real.
The Tiger’s Tongue is incredibly natural, with genuine emotional stakes and motivations behind characters that engage the reader.
With two great creators at the helm, Eight Billion Genies is going to be a crazy roller coaster ride of a book.