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.
In this week’s edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson doesn’t go to SDCC but does finish reading Middlewest.
This week’s Read This Book has multiple books for you to check out – The Department of Truth, Canto II: The Hollow Men, and We Only Find Them When They’re Dead.
That Texas Blood is ostensibly an anthology series, where multiple stories of dark drama and trauma will all be set in the same place, Ambrose County.
Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy is interesting and tense, with genuine moments of suspense and fear for characters’ wellbeing.
Trying to encapsulate the excitement and energy of Adventureman #1 into a text review is very much like trying to catch lightning in a bottle.
There are three titles in the Read This Book recommendation pile this week.
In addition to the wacky violence and hilarious ridiculousness of The Ludocrats, the real highlight is the amazing art from Jeff Stokely.
In this week’s edition of Read This Book, there are three solid sci-fi comics ready and waiting for your eyeballs to peruse them.
Uncle Highlander arrives at Biff Bam Pop! with his new column, Read This Book. In the first instalment, he looks at the new Jonathan Hickman book, Decorum.
Heroes and Villains’ E.A. Henson has ventured to the windy city for the pop culture extravaganza C2E2. Here’s his rundown of day one.
It’s a pot pourri of publishers this week as E.A. Henson looks at a bunch of new releases including LOUD from Black Mask Studios and Image Comics’ Tartarus.