4.0

Paragon #7

I have been critical of Paragon in the past, for the most part because of its inconsistent quality; for every instance of the majestic, Kirbyesque "Battle Ganesh" you get something wonky and weird like...
5.0

The Absence #3

You don't see it as often in these days of 24-hour digital television and instantaneous communication, but there was a time when there was a significant delay between when a TV show aired in North America,...
3.0

Marvel Heroes #33

Even though Marvel's all-ages superhero comics are uniformly better than their "grown up" -- and how laughable that term is -- versions, I've never been able to warm to them, aside from when Marvel...
3.0

Sugar Glider #1

Susie Sullivan is an average teenager leading an average teenage life... except that by night she is also the costumed crime fighter Sugar Glider, stalking the streets of Newcastle...No, no, no come back!...
4.0

Annihilators #1

Announced as two separate miniseries then collapsed into one quasi-anthology, Annihilators continues the stories of Marvel's cosmic heroes following the cataclysmic events of The Thanos Imperative. One of...
3.5

Zedura Magazine #4 (October 2010)

Dave Wallace: Kelvin Green : Kelvin Green: Conventional wisdom has it that the era of the newspaper and the magazine has passed, that traditional publishing is but a shambling corpse unaware of its own...
4.0

The Absence #1 – #2

"All very bloody mysterious if you ask me. All very enigmatic."I'm sure it's with a knowing smile that Martin Stiff puts those words in the mouth of one of his characters, because if The Absence has a...