1.0

Deadman #3

I picked up Deadman #1 a couple of months ago and found it to be a pretty incoherent mess. Glutton for punishment that I am, I read issue #3 and...
5.0

American Virgin #5

Adam Chamberlain, lead character of the Vertigo comic America Virgin, is a really interesting character. As you probably know, he's a leading...
3.0

Deadman #1

This first issue shows a lot but explains very little. Brothers Scott and Brandon are copilots of a jet that crashes in London, killing one brother...
4.0

Testament #5

"Do you see, now? Do you understand?" This line is said near the end of this issue between one character and another, and the great irony is that...
4.0

American Virgin #1

Adam Chamberlin is a soldier of God. He's a happy foot soldier in the army of purity, preaching virginity and a godly life to anyone who will listen...
4.5

Testament #4

Sex, politics, religion. The big three topics to avoid in conversations. And, probably not coincidentally, these are the three big topics in...
4.5

Testament #3

After a frustrating second issue, this series is starting to feel like it's really coming together. Douglas Rushkoff's epic combination of...
2.0

Testament #2

I was intrigued by Testament #1. That issue presented an intriguing mix of a dystopian future that was frighteningly close to our world, and a...