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Review: Zombies, fish creatures, and other assorted folk are just part of the fabric of everyday life in the world of the Goon
Review: 90% of Earths superheroes are either dead or in hiding. This is the best of what's left.
Review: It's the kind of story where the antagonist's fantastical story represents a deep rooted difficulty in the real world
Review: Cute But Sad Comics is a perfect description of Howard's latest small press effort
Review: Katie looks at Enrico Casarosa's self proclaimed travelogue in pencil, watercolor and varying shades of silliness
Review: With all the crisises, invasions, deaths and resurrections, the pure fun of comics can be lost, but not here
Review: Living people carry a gene that can reawaken them after death as a rage filled slasher... welcome to Hack/Slash!
Review: In a decimated future where America is dominated by super-villains, old man Logan lives out his days
Review: It's been a long time coming but Farscape has returned in comic book form and Katie Riley serves up a look at issue #1
Bill Gladman's Life in Four Colors column pays a visit to Sean Collins and takes a look at his Spirit of the Wolf series
Review: David O' Leary serves up a double shot of Captain Britain and the M.I. 13 taking a look at issues #6 and #7
Review: Richard Krauss takes a look at James Williams' zine, The Journey of Quetzalcoatlus
Review: The story of how 23 years ago, a dozen children were born at the exact same moment with extraordinary ability.
Review: Jeremy Wiggins takes a look at Amazons with guns, rockets and a high tech flying craft... Yes, it's Hercules!
Review: Gravel is a book you can't get enough of every month and there's really nothing else like it out there
Review: David O' Leary's book of the year continues and reading comments on the web, others are coming around
Review: Ultimatum hits the Baxter Building and the team is torn apart in more ways than one... David O'Leary reviews
Review: David O' Leary takes a look at the last issue of this run leading up to the series hiatus
Review: Garth Ennis has pulled out all the stops to write what may be his most twisted book and Josh Rathbun shares his thoughts
Review: The man on the cover looks good on paper, but inside he's full of dark, impish humor, laced with sarcasm
Review: This story returns to Mark's father Nolan and Allen the Alien which is always a plus for the Invincible story
Review: In issue #2, the grim specter of death has come to claim Veronica and take her to Sheol, land of the dead
Review: Someone very close to Invincible is hurt and the gloves come off as a serious tone falls on Mark Grayson's world
Review Bill Love's Novel Ideas column takes a look at The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: A Graphic Novel
Review: The darling of reviewers and critics latest chapter seems to fall a bit flat in retrospect
Review: Dan W. Taylor continues his tribute to Clay Geerdes via Weird Muse Productions and Time Warp Comix
Review: Now in comic form, we visit the animated version of Buffy which Jeph Loeb was set to executive produce
Review: A young girl discovers she can see ghosts in this story where a foray into the comic world follows an initial novel
Review: The issue where the creator credits walk right into the story. Fourth wall... What fourth wall?
Review: A complete story each issue with hints and insinuations about what Rich Fell is hiding make up this title
Review: The creative team behind Chase are longtime veterans of small press with a solid track record for success
Review: It's Bucky Barnes, the new Captain America, against his own past as the Winter Soldier
Review: Jeremy Wiggins takes a trip down horror lane with Tarot Witch of the Black Rose
Review: Katie Riley's Breaking Ground takes a look at three Goliath thumb size minis that pack a TKO storytelling punch
Review: Russ looks at the Wildstorm X-Files adaptation and finds a model more new series could learn from
Review: Ben Templesmith serves up horror that, even in its ugliness, still proves beautiful to see
Review: Writing the new adventures of a cultural icon is a hard act to pull off. Does this title make the cut?
Review: David takes a look at Amazing Spider-Man #575 kicking off the first of seven new Spidey reviews
Review: The first issue of this new horror/western comic by Allen Freeman is a different kind of anthology book
Review Bill Love unveils Collected Concepts with a look at the Fantastic Four.. a serialized periodical that's also a novel
Review: David takes a look at Amazing Spider-Man #576 continuing his review of seven issues of Spider-Man
Review: It's a Life In Four Colors Book Review as Ron Fortier and Gary Kato put the fun (and a bit of jig) back in comics
Review: David takes a look at Amazing Spider-Man #577 continuing his review of seven issues of Spider-Man
Review: John Wilson's Graphic Content column looks at the Justice League of America: Sanctuary graphic novel
Review: Television writer Jane Espenson returns to Buffy the Vampire Slayer in Season Eight... cue Harmony!
Review: In #14... The truth has been revealed. Master plans are on the table. People are dying. And evil is winning.
Review: A nuclear submarine sits atop an underwater glacier of methane ice and the clock is ticking to rescue it in time
Review: David takes a look at Amazing Spider-Man #578 continuing his review of seven issues of Spider-Man
Review: Be surprised by the sweetness of the book and the compelling soap opera aspect of the story
Review: Franco Urru returns to the book that made him known to a wider audience aas Angel: After the Fall continues
Review: Mark Millar's Old Man Logan story continues as we learn why Wolverine won't fight anymore
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