5.0

Irredeemable #26

ADVANCE REVIEW! Irredeemable #26 will come out on June 1, 2011.This issue of the always exciting Irredeemable has a few less mind-bending...
4.5

Ruse #2

In kicking off Ruse #2, we find our heroes, Simon Archard and his assistant/partner Emma Bishop, trapped underground with ferocious rats after a...
4.0

Irredeemable #25

ADVANCE REVIEW! Irredeemable #25 will come out on May 4, 2011.The great thing about Irredeemable is that it’s impossible to get comfortable...
4.0

The Traveler #6

The Doctor Who references come fast and furious in this issue of The Traveler, yet it manages to carve out distinctiveness. The biggest allusion...
3.0

The Traveler #5

This is a perfectly adequate issue of The Traveler. It may even be better than that, but I'm comparing it to the first four issues. The first...
4.5

Ruse #1

In Simon Archard, writer Mark Waid creates the classic example of everything a Victorian-era detective should be. He's intelligent, observant,...
4.0

Irredeemable Volume 5

I’ve always thought of Irredeemable as a version of Astro City in which the silver-age heroism has been tarnished by some serious dark...
5.0

Irredeemable #23

ADVANCE REVIEW! Irredeemable #23 will come out on March 9, 2011Plutonian -- still out of his damn mind, and too much for the Vespans to handle --...
4.0

Stan Lee's The Traveler #4

The past actions of Kronus, the Traveler, culminate in strong, dramatic science fiction. The story begins with Ronald Lessik, researcher of...
4.0

Irredeemable #22

Seemingly imprisoned by the Vespa, Plutonian still proves that he is too much too for them to handle. They look to rid themselves of him, while...
5.0

Traveler #3

Kronus the Traveler unmasks, and we meet his archenemy. Also, hints about Kronus' true mission surface.This is a comic book. I mean this really...
4.0

Incorruptible #11

Max Damage and his new sidekick Headcase have rescued Alana Patel, former girlfriend of the Plutonian, from the white supremacist Diamond Gang....