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

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

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

God Country #2

God Country #2

From beautifully rendered illustrations to a reliably authentic storyline, God Country proves to be nothing short of the real deal

Glitterbomb Volume One: Red Carpet

Glitterbomb Volume One: Red Carpet

Glitterbomb is a wild ride, and a sinister tale of supernatural evil, but in an incredibly accessible way. It will draw you in and hold your attention from start to finish

Motor Crush #3

Motor Crush #3

Motor Crush is the complete package and determined to be a hit

Moonshine #5

Moonshine #5

Page after page, issue after issue, Moonshine feels like the results of refined shorthand between masters

The Walking Dead #163

The Walking Dead #163

Kirkman and Adlard could give a master class in comic writing and art and story cooperation. The consistency and emotive delivery of the story every month is unmatched in our current comic era