Cheesy dialogue, an anticlimactic fight, and timing that’s just a little too convenient all hold back this volume of Arrow Season 2.5.
The Devil and Laura Johnston.
October Faction #2 gives fans much of the same, minus the petty angst-ridden revenge.
Dead Squad #2 is ten pounds of exposition in a five pound sack.
Image Comics release Nailbiter #7 has Brian Michael Bendis heading to Buckaroo to research serial killers, but he ends up biting off more than he can chew.
Eternal Warrior: Days of Steel #1 works as both a reboot and a prequel to the Eternal Warrior storyline that started in 1992.
With the new show on NBC getting off to a great start why not get acquainted with his comic book counterpart.
House of Ideas? Try the House of “Ripping Off” Ideas.
We head back down south for some insight, a funeral and some delicious pie as Southern Bastards #5 takes a look at what makes Coach Boss so bad.
With the final volume of Season Zero to be out within the month, you’d think that #5 would be setting up for it’s grand finale. But instead, it seems to be dragging it’s feet.
Tooth and Claw #1 proves that this series has much more to offer than just animal wizards.
Only a book like Harley Quinn could pull off a “rub and smell” issue.
DC Comics has just completed Act 1 of the Green Lantern/New Gods crossover event Godhead.
Comic shops can’t keep this book on shelves, so I had to see what makes Ms. Marvel so… Marvelous!
Team Arrow sets out to put a stop to Brother Blood’s plans. Is it ever that easy?