4.0

Chew #23

It's the start of the year and John Layman and Rob Guillory are back in action with Chew #23, the Eisner-winning comic following the antics of Tony Chu, the not so secret Chibopath and his gang of...
5.0

ADVANCE REVIEW: Green Wake #9

Green Wake. For those that are reading the series, hearing the name of that damned town conjures up a variety of emotions. Fear. Curiosity. Wonderment. Kurtis Wiebe delivers Green Wake #9 in the waning...
4.5

Daredevil #8

Mark Waid's Daredevil #8 wraps up the "Devil and the Details" story arc, meaning Spider-Man and Daredevil's cross over event/chase for Black Cat's pants comes to its sultry and steamy...
4.0

Amazing Spider-Man #678

Oh, Peter... will you ever learn? Whenever things are looking up, you should be looking down because you are about to walk into a steaming pile of dog poop. Slott opens up Amazing Spider-Man #678 with Pete...
4.5

Amazing Spider-Man #677

I have a confession to make: I haven't been reading Mark Waid's work on Daredevil. I will say that I have followed the hype of the book and I've been eagerly awaiting this crossover. Amazing...
3.0

Scarlet Spider #1

Scarlet Spider #1 feels like Christopher Yost took several of the story ideas from the last few years of Spider-Man comics and hammered them on to Kaine. He has all the powers Parker developed after the...
3.5

Super Dinosaur #7

Super Dinosaur #7, brought to you by Robert Kirkman and Jason Howard moves forward like one big setup. Kirkman plays chess in this issue, setting up pieces to fall, foreshadowing his next big plot points...
4.0

Uncanny X-Men #4

Uncanny X-Men #4 rolls out almost as an epilogue to the first story arc in a way, and perhaps it should have been rolled out as Issue #1 for a bit more relevancy, serving as a neat little bit of...
3.5

Valen the Outcast #1

Revenge. A dish best served... Undead? You bet it is. What would you do if a Necromancer strolled up in your town and slaughtered your army and claimed you as one of his undead minions? You'd go find...