Comic Books

Rat Queens #5 Review

Written by: Kurtis J. Wiebe Art by: Owen Gieni Publisher: Image Comics It’s hard not to compare Rat Queens with I Hate Fairyland because the two have such a similar sense of humor. They’re wild, fantastical, and abs...


Super Sons #7 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Published by: DC Comics Super Sons continues to be as fun as ever, never missing a beat! It is clearly evident that Tomasi loves writing Super Boy and Damian, and that Jimenez love...


Spy Seal #1 Review

Written By: Rich Tommaso Art By: Rich Tommaso Published By: Image I’m a sucker for talking animals. It’s probably because I’m a total [redacted], but you show me an anthropomorphic creature, and I’m gonna give your stor...



Batman #29 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Mikel Janin Published by: DC Comics War of Jokes and Riddles takes a respite, with our favorite villains having dinner at Wayne Manor. This is a departure from the rest of the arc; however, not outs...


Superman #29 Review

Written by: Keith Champagne Art by: Doug Manhke Publisher: DC Comics After the much needed break, Clark returns in this chapter to fight one of the biggest DC villains! Fear Itself Part 1 really focuses on that emotion quite a ...