3.5

Cold War #1

Sometime recently, John Byrne must have decided that he wanted to write and draw a James Bond comic, as there's really no other explanation for Cold...
4.0

Next Men #9 (Ray's review)

 Are the Next Men from alternate timelines, or is there but one timeline being cleverly manipulated? Was the mad Beth from the opening...
4.0

Next Men #9 Review

After last issue's sci-fi romp through the centuries (for once in this book, in a linear fashion), this issue we're back to focusing on the flaws and...
5.0

Next Men #7

The cover kind of spoils the issue, but actually given the way so many characters have been slashed and burned, maybe it's a good thing that...
3.0

Next Men #4

The Next Men serve as security for a super-collider project. Disaster erupts and entraps Bethany in obsidian for 200 years. Future technicians...
4.0

Next Men #2

Lost in various ports of time, the Next Men attempt to adapt to their new surroundings, but all does not go well. History is a violent place and...
4.0

Next Men #2

Reviewing this comic is a little bit like reviewing the second episode of a four-episode Doctor Who story featuring Tom Baker. The chapter is just...
3.5

Next Men #1

EDITOR's NOTE: Next Men #1 will be in stores December 15th.Dear Reader, if you’ll let me lay my cards out here--I have never, ever read an...
5.0

Angel vs. Frankenstein #2

At the cusp of the 20th century, Angel works as a janitor in a New York mental institution, which houses a familiar, hidden patient. I get the...