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Review: The Only Living Boy #1

The Only Living Boy is the latest comic from the creative team of David Gallaher and Steve Ellis (Box 13, Hulk: Winter Guard), following Erik Farrell, a 12-year-old who runs away from home and wakes up in...
3.5

Review: Edison Rex #1

As I read through Edison Rex, there was one thought that just kept tugging at my attention: this feels familiar.I'm not the most avid reader of Superman comics, but I'll take notice when pretty...
5.0

Review: Alabaster: Wolves #3

Normally we review only the first issue of a new series or story arc or wait until the arc is done; this gives us the benefit of discussing something new that we think might deserve your attention or...
5.0

Prophet #24

If you've been reading Prophet since Image's relaunch a few months back, #24 will start with the familiar: John Prophet wakes violently from a technologically-induced slumber and vomits up...
5.0

King City

 King City is a piece of comics brilliance that deserves far more love than it's received. It's an adventurously romantic detective story about a dude and his super special cat. It's...
2.5

ADVANCE REVIEW: Blue

ADVANCE REVIEW! Blue will go on sale in March 2012. Pat Grant's Blue presents a look at the small, industrial town of Bolton, transformed from an almost American dream/1950s style utopia to a...
5.0

ADVANCE REVIEW: EmiTown Vol. 2

ADVANCE REVIEW! EmiTown Volume 2 will go on sale Wednesday, March 7, 2012. Joe Keatinge's heartfelt introduction to EmiTown Vol. 2 really gives a better description of Emi Lenox (and EmiTown) than...
4.0

Feynman

Ask most of America to name a physicist and those who don't draw a blank will probably respond with either Einstein, Stephen Hawking or most likely a character from The Big Bang Theory. If you're...