3.5

Creepy #8

The last time I reviewed Dark Horse's revitalized Creepy, the anthology work was struggling to find its groove, sticking mainly to entries from...
4.5

Thunderbolts #167

 It's the second leg of the rogue Thunderbolts tour through time! Last issue had Moonstone, Fixer, Boomer and the gang searching 1880s...
4.0

Thunderbolts #165

Yup, I love this title. Just when you think you know what's happening or who is doing what, the script is flipped and Jeff Parker delivers...
4.0

Thunderbolts #163

Hold on to your cowls, Thunderbolts, things are about to get weird. As this comic pulls itself from the snake's coil of Fear Itself, there are a...
3.0

Hulk #40

Hulk #40 was a fairly solid progression of the Omegex story arc. It filled the reader in on just what the Omegex is and how it came to be...
3.5

Thunderbolts #162

As an army of black frogs descend on Chicago the Thunderbolts turn to every weapon in their arsenal. Then an enormous Man-Thing shows up to save...
4.0

Thunderbolts #160

Jeff Parker makes event tie-ins look good. After rocking it when the Thunderbolts participated in the Shadowland saga, the Fear Itself issues...
4.0

Thunderbolts #156

Are second-tier villains the best thing about superhero comics? Let me explain my point. Villains outnumber heroes, and there are only a handful...
4.0

Thunderbolts #155

I first encountered Satana in Marvel Team-Up. As illustrated by Mike Vosberg and Steve Leihola, she certainly intrigued, cutting a striking...