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

Preview: Space Riders: Galaxy of Brutality #1

Preview: Space Riders: Galaxy of Brutality #1

SPACE RIDERS: GALAXY OF BRUTALITY #1 Created by: Alexis Ziritt & Fabian Rangel Jr. Written by: Fabian Rangel Jr. Art by: Alexis Ziritt Lettered/Designed by: Ryan Ferrier In Stores: March 29, 2017 *Correction* SPACE RIDERS returns on *MARCH* 29th! An ancient evil is gathering power throughout the cosmos, and it falls upon the legendary SPACE RIDERS to kick its ass! Having disbanded, the ..

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

CALEXIT is Coming. A Provocative, New Comic Book from Black Mask

CALEXIT is Coming. A Provocative, New Comic Book from Black Mask

CALEXIT IS COMING Announcing a Provocative, New Comic Book Series from Black Mask Studios Los Angeles, CA, President’s Day 2017) What if a fascist, autocratic President took over the United States? And what if that President lost California, the sixth largest economy on Earth, by nearly 2-to-1…a margin of almost 3 1/2 million votes? What ..

Black #4

Black #4

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

Preview: Black #4

Preview: Black #4

BLACK #4 Created by: Kwanza Osajyefo & Tim Smith 3 Written by: Kwanza Osajyefo Illustrated by: Jamal Igle Cover by: Khary Randolph In Stores: February 8 ONE OF THE BOLDEST COMICS ON STANDS RETURNS! A schism between Juncture and Kareem sets the young man on the run from the people he thought were his comrades. ..

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

Preview: Clandestino #5

Preview: Clandestino #5

Written, Illustrated, Colored, Lettered, and Cover by: Amancay Nahuelpan In Stores: January 18 &nbsp