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Doomsday Clock #5 Review

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Gary Frank Colorist: Brad Anderson Finally, Doomsday Clock #5 hits the stands, and it doesn’t disappoint. I can see why Johns and Frank want to take their time with this title, and that’s...

Analog 3

Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: David O' Sullivan Colorist: Mike Spicer Letter: Joe Sabino Fresh off a movie deal, Analog continues to be an absolute joy to read. We find out that Oona was off to kill some Nazi...

Green Arrow #42 Review

Written by Mairghread Scott Art by Matthew Clark & Sean Parsons Colors by Jason Wright Letters by Deron Bennett Who are the monsters? That is the underlining question in the finale of this arc. Parasite and Green Arrow...

Go Go Power Rangers #10

Written by Ryan Parrott Illustrated by Dan Mora Colors by Raul Angulo Letters by Ed Dukeshire In the previous issue, the rangers encountered an evil Pink Ranger. Jason's dad was holding a secret, and Matthew has had some...

The Lost City Explorers #1 Review

Written by Zack Kaplan Art by Álvaro Sarraseca Colors by Chris Blythe Cover by Rafael La Torre and Marcelo Maiolo Letters by Troy Peteri This last weekend, I had the pleasure of meeting Zack Kaplan (who also has a...

Royal City #12

Created by, Jeff Lemire Letters by, Steve Wands Royal City is about a family living in a small factory-town and their adjustment to their son's major health issues and other life situations. The father, Richie, is...

Saga #53 Review

Written by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Fiona Staples Oh. My. God. This issue had so many "gasp" moments and crazy things happen. The last few issues have kind of been in a lull, and now...

Harley Quinn #52 Review

Writer: Sam Humphries Artist: Sami Basri Colors: Alex Sinclair Letters: Dave Sharpe Spoilers ahead! I had a few minor quibbles with the last issue of Harley Quinn, and I’m happy to see them addressed in this week’s story. It...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #29

Written by Kyle Higgins Art by Daniele Di Nicuolo Colored by Triona Farrell and Matt Herms Cover by Jamal Campbell Lord Drakkon's plans have taken a hit, meanwhile the Rangers plan a rescue mission with a surprising amount...

Batwoman #18 Review

Written by Marguerite Bennett Pencils and Inks by Fernando Blanco Colored by John Rauch Wow! First and foremost I wanted to say how strong and powerful this issue is, and how truly sad I am to see...

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