Al Ewing’s current Immortal Hulk run increases the angst and smashing in a way I haven’t read in some time.
Marauders #2 continues writer Gerry Duggan’s outstanding mutant series on the high seas.
This week’s Heroes & Villains has love for the great new The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order book.
E.A. Henson weighs in on new books from Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt in this week’s Heroes & Villains.
No combination of comics and rock and roll has proved more exciting, more perfect than the story of David Bowie and the artistry of Michael Allred.
Dan Slott’s Amazing Spider-Man run came to an end with a fantastic storyline that recently made its way into a must-read softcover.
This week offers a strong finish to the Heroes & Villains 31 Days of Horror series of columns, with Joe Hill’s Basketful of Heads and Lemire & Sorrentino’s Joker: Killer Smile
E.A. Henson looks at the first issue of “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” comic and celebrates the return of “Bloodshot” from Valiant.
After having read House of X #5 this morning, it felt like more than any other book I’ve read over the last two weeks, this is the one I wanted to tell you about.
E.A. Henson is near giddy about the Abrams’ take on ‘Spider-Man,’ the return of Wally West in ‘Flash Forward,’ and the reappearance of the Inferior Five!
In House of X #4, Jonathan Hickman goes for broke, demonstrating that anything could happen to any of our beloved characters.
Kelly Thompson does an exceptional job in Re-Entry, which compiles the first five issues of the new Captain Marvel series.