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Aquaman #37 Review

Written by Dan Abnett Art by Ricardo Federeci Colors by Sunny Gho Have you been keeping up with Aquaman lately? If not, let me catch you up. Corum Rath is the king of Atlantis and has the...

Battlecats 1-5

Written by Mark London Art by Andy King Colors by Julian Gonzalez Letters by Miguel Zapata & Christian Ospina In a world with no existing humans, the only intelligent lifeforms are those of the "cat" family. With a...

Midnight Task Force #1 Review

Written by Mark London Art by Alejandro Giraldo First of all, I would recommend picking up this issue when it comes out next month. It's refreshing and a way to take a little break from capes...

The Magic Order 1

Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Olivier Coipel Colorist: Dave Steward Letterer: Peter Doherty Before I dig into my review, let me say this: The Magic Order is better than it deserves to be. My own personal opinions of Mark...

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...

Venom 2

Writer: Donny Cates Penciler: Ryan Stegman Inker: JP Mayer Colorist: Frank Martin This issue is a lot of exposition. I tried to spin it some other way in this review, but that's just the truth. The issue starts...

The Weatherman 1

Writer: Jody Leheup Artist: Nathan Fox Colorist: Dave Stewart Letterer: Steve Wands The Weatherman is a weird book. Which coming from the author of Shirtless Bear-Fighter (which is another great book that I highly recommend), I expect nothing...

Punisher #226 Review

Writer - Mathew Rosenberg Artist - Stefano Landini Colourist - Lee Loughridge By now any healthy skepticism I had about the Punisher exploiting War Machine’s armour (R.I.P Rhodey) has vanished. This is a testament to Rosenberg’s understanding...

The Flash #48: The Flash War Part 2

Written by, Joshua Williamson Art by, Howard Porter Colors by, Hi-Fi Letters by, Steve Wands Recap In the previous issue, we learn that The Renegades, a group of hired hands from the 25th century, travel to present-day Central City...

Plastic Man #1

Written by Gail Simone Art by Adriana Melo Colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick Letters by Simon Bowland From his Mysterious Return in Metal to his grand entrance in The Terrifics, Plastic Man finally gets his solo story, along with an origin. Eel...

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