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

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

Black #4

Black #4

Black just may be the most important superhero comic book available today if not ever

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

X’ed #4

X’ed #4

In the end it feels as if the creative team is staying true to what they set out to produce. Whether that’s something fans can latch onto is another thing, but at least X’ED has a sense of purity. As of issue #4 the story is moving forward quickly and everything that was good about the book early on is only getting better

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

4 Kids Walk into a Bank #3

4 Kids Walk into a Bank #3

4 Kids Walk into a Bank is back and instantly reminds you why it’s one of the most unique, bold, and charming reads in the comics landscape right now

KIM & KIM Vol. 1

KIM & KIM Vol. 1

It’s a comic fan’s dream come true when you get a book that appears harmless at a glance, but turns out to be as raunchy as it is beautiful and as violent as it may be cute

The Forevers #1

The Forevers #1

Magic, mystery and menace presented with a defiant flair, The Forevers #1 dares to present you with few answers and lots of ugly truths

Kim & Kim #1

Kim & Kim #1

Kim & Kim #1 is overflowing with potential and already has asserted itself as aggressively fun and full of genuine heart