There’s Nothing There #1

There’s Nothing There #1

Effusive, elusive, and elegant, There’s Nothing There #1 is a beguiling and auspicious debut with dazzling art

God Country #3

God Country #3

Donny Cates continues to sculpt an emotionally harrowing tale tethered to the fantastical and Geoff Shaw delivers with the down n’ gritty of both the hard talks and the hard knocks

Extremity #1

Extremity #1

Daniel Warren Johnson, Mike Spicer, and Rus Wooten have thrown down the gauntlet with this dazzling debut about loss, identity, and revenge

Advance Review: The Dregs #2

Advance Review: The Dregs #2

The degree of craft on display in The Dregs #2 is remarkable…the consciousness of care that each creative participant plays is harmonic

Sun Bakery #1

Sun Bakery #1

Sun Bakery #1 takes itself seriously only insomuch as the act of creating is refreshingly pure. In all its schizophrenic glory, Corey Lewis has crafted a celebration of the acts of creating and storytelling themselves

Advance Review: The Dregs #1

Advance Review: The Dregs #1

The Dregs #1 is a potent debut that’s steeped in noir and layered with turmoil both internal and external, fictional and all too real

Advance Review: Quantum Teens Are Go #1

Advance Review: Quantum Teens Are Go #1

A tactfully balanced adventure with a punk aesthetic that harkens back to a 80s “kids do crazy science and it works because it just does” rationalization. And that’s fun as hell

A.D.: After Death #2

A.D.: After Death #2

{A.D.: After Death] remains, in the truest sense, thoughtful and thought provoking in a manner that is rarely seen in the comic medium