4.0

The Dead Remembered #2

Mignola and Allie pull no punches with Liz Sherman. Frightened by the ghost of a woman wrongly accused of witchcraft, Liz Sherman runs back to...
3.0

Mediterranea #3

The opening of Mediterranea seems more like a monster-of-the-week story or an adventure of the moment tale. That doesn't make it bad, but the...
4.0

Bart Simpson Comics #59

In "Eat the Pie Slowly," writer Tom Peyer, artists Nina Matsumoto, Mike Rote and Nathan Hamill imagine Bart in a school championship eating...
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

Doctor Who #3

As Amy Pond is designated as a victim of Jack the Ripper, The Doctor's involvement is rather minimal. He acts more like a catalyst. He stirs up...
4.0

FF #2

Doctor Doom's made a deal with Valeria Richards: he'll join the new Future Foundation if they help him regain the knowledge he lost. Will Reed...
3.0

Simpsons Comics #177

The art by Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo and Art Villanueva is the real draw to this issue of Simpsons Comics. As a bout of fever and an overdose of...
3.0

Doctor Who: Fairy Tales #1

Artist Kelly Yates offers his best Doctor Who artwork to date. With a trio of talented inkers and colorist Rachelle Rosenberg, Yates mimics Matt...
5.0

Avengers Academy #12

I buy Avengers Academy because Tigra is love. In this issue Tigra only appears on one memorable page, but Gage's writing and his willingness to...
2.0

Hawkeye: Blindspot #3

I really want to like Blindspot. It's technically well-written. In other words, there's nothing that pisses the reader off, such as taking a girl...