3.5

Review: Anathema #2 (of 6)

''Murder your darlings," so said the fantastically-surnamed Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. Sir Arthur's advice is one of those sharp points in the writer's Swiss Army knife alongside...
5.0

King City: We Need a Good Sandwich

Keith Silva: Let's begin with secrets, shall we? Way down, down deep in sub-basements of sub-sub basements, behind ''infamously unbreakable'' triple-level locks, an atypical Joe finds a...
4.5

Minicomic: Black Church

  "Through Me the way into the grieving city;" – Dante, Inferno, III.1Comic books and Metal go together like a spiked gauntlet and B.C. Rich seven string Warlock guitar; a metric...
5.0

Fair Trade Comics: Local

 Fair Trade Comics is an ongoing series where Comics Bulletin looks at creator-owned comics that you can read without guilt or moral compromise.  Keith Silva: Let's get sticky. We all...
3.5

Review: Tiger Lawyer #1

Leave it to a guy with nothing to lose -- an innocent victim sentenced to death -- to say what every reader of Tiger Lawyer may think at first: ''You're a joke, Tiger. You're a gag. A...
4.5

Princeless Volume 1: Save Yourself

Kids suss out sincerity mighty quick. They'll swallow lies, but children eat deceit for breakfast; it's belief that counts. So, it is with Princeless Volume 1: Save Yourself by writer Jeremy Whitley and artist...
2.0

Animal Man #7

 Some superheroes away to a "fortress of solitude," others spend their days in the tawny neighborhoods of Westchester County, New York. Buddy Baker a.k.a. Animal Man gets sardined into a...
4.5

Swamp Thing #7

''I'd prefer not to,'' -- a phrase made famous by Herman Melville's (some say sagacious) scrivener, the anti-hero, Bartleby -- occupies the thoughts of Alec Holland and acts as the...