Advance Review: The Belfry

Advance Review: The Belfry

The Belfry is a killer (you’ll see what I did there) one-shot book from a stellar comic book creator. Gabriel Hardman is a top-tier talent, and this was a nice deviation from what you might normally see from him

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

Divinity III: Stalinverse #3

Divinity III: Stalinverse #3

Bursting with surprises, action, and glorious art, this well-crafted story will be one that you will read and re-read for years to come

Batman #17

Batman #17

Tom King has created something special in Batman

Uncanny X-Men #18

Uncanny X-Men #18

We’re not let down this month as Bunn shows us once again that a well crafted story with characters that you love make a huge difference in story telling

Venom #4

Venom #4

We can assume this flat story telling of new host, Lee Price, will either get the hint, get a swift kick in the ass and make some changed or he will become a foot note in the history of Venom hosts

Generation Zero #7

Generation Zero #7

This book breaks the mystery barrier and gives readers interesting new twists along with some needed answers

Sex Criminals #16

Sex Criminals #16

Beneath the potty humor and sexual themes, there is a genuine story about how to navigate falling in love in extraordinary circumstances

Batwoman: Rebirth #1

Batwoman: Rebirth #1

There’s a lot of potential on display here for this book to turn into one of DC’s best very quickly

Violent Love #4

Violent Love #4

Violent Love #4 continues to uphold the quality of this series while promising to keep us engaged in subsequent issues