Comic Books

Batman #21 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Jason Fabok Publisher: DC Comics The biggest story of the Rebirth era takes shape! Tom King continues to write a fantastic Batman story. This particular issue is not revealing anything major as far ...


God Country #4 Review

Written By: Donny Cates Art By: Geoff Shaw Published By: Image Comics First a brief prologue: God Country #4 arrived as a euphoric light in the stream of crappy comic books I read last week. I read it! I loved it! I bought th...


Redneck #1 Review

Written by: Donny Cates Art by: Lisandro Estherren & Dee Cunniffe Published by: Image Comics I only discovered the work of Donny Cates earlier this year, with the release of God Country #1. My love for that book has been we...



Black Hammer #8 Review

Written by: Jeff Lemire Art by: Dean Ormston & Dave Stewart Published by: Dark Horse The first six issues of Black Hammer were among the best commentaries on modern superhero comics I’ve ever read. The last issue–#7...


X-Men Blue #1 Review: Second Opinion

Written by: Cullen Bunn Art by: Jorge Molina, Matteo Buffgani, & Matt Milla Published by: Marvel The pitch for X-Men: Blue, I imagine, went something like this: “Witty teens! Fun adventures! Banter! Relationship drama! ...