4.0

Action Comics #899

Action Comics #899 is an impressive issue in that it manages to accomplish several interesting and entertaining things all at once -- without feeling like any one of them is compromised by the others.First...
4.0

Sunday Slugfest: Neonomicon #4

Agent Brears surfaces and watches over the fate of her captors by her FBI colleagues--all with an eerily calm detachment. Dave Wallace: Shawn Hill: Thom Young: Dave Wallace: This fourth issue of...
3.5

Knight and Squire #6

Knight and Squire #6 sees the miniseries conclude with a story in which the titular heroes must do battle with the Joker -- yes, the real one -- who has kidnapped his English counterpart and forced him to...
4.0

Sunday Slugfest: Batman, Inc. #3

Batman journeys to Argentina to ask El Gaucho to become Bat-Hombre, but in the process he encounters a villain from his past--from 1949 to be exact! Chris Kiser: Danny Djeljosevic: Dave Wallace: Thom...
2.0

Nemesis

It isn't easy to pull off a good twist. When they're accomplished well, they feel unexpected yet completely natural, and cast the preceding story in a new light, often rendering it more satisfying and...
4.5

Knight and Squire #5

Pathos can be an effective tool for a writer. When used in the context of a comedy, it can punctuate an otherwise amusing and light-hearted atmosphere with a moment of raw human drama, switching gears...
4.5

Knight and Squire #5

Pathos can be an effective tool for a writer. When used in the context of a comedy, it can punctuate an otherwise amusing and light-hearted atmosphere with a moment of raw human drama, switching gears...
4.0

Ultimate Avengers vs New Ultimates #1

Remember when the Ultimate Universe felt fresh and exciting?When the imprint first launched around a decade ago, it was the home of some of Marvel's best storytellers, who reinterpreted the company's...
3.0

Blackest Night

Blackest Night is the culmination of many years of Green Lantern storytelling by Geoff Johns. Building on concepts hinted at decades ago in short stories by Alan Moore, Johns has gradually led the...