Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Under the Spell is a gorgeous collection from BOOM! Studios, and if you’re a big fan of the original film, you’ll probably love a lot that’s in here.
Compass from Image Comics delivers some spectacular art, and does an exceptional job of visual storytelling.
Though it echoes other sci-fi stories, Made In China tells an important story in its own unique way.
Time Before Time is a good book about time travel that has the potential to really do something different and unique with the genre.
The world in Eve feels alive, and even in its calm and placid moments there is an awareness that disaster awaits around every corner.
The Good Asian is a dark and brutal tale, with murder, backstabbing, conspiracy, and a noticeable lack of nobility.
The Many Deaths of Laila Starr is a good book, written by a great writer, and illustrated by a fantastic team.
Image has had a slew of strong, genre-bending releases as of late, and Lighthouse is a worthy addition to anyone’s pull list.
There’s lots of good to be found in Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s new book Geiger, but is it enough?
Cullen Bunn and Jon Davis-Hunt’s Shadowman #1 for Valiant Comics is a good gateway book for new readers
Published by Image Comics, Rick Remender’s The Scumbag is one of the most accurate and astute criticisms of the world we live in.
In this edition of Welcome To The Future, Uncle Highlanders coves the Justice League set of titles in the Future State line-up.