REVIEW: Superman Year One is a little too familiar

By Jarred A. Luján — Back in 2016, I was sitting on the main theater floor of the Dallas Fan Expo. The chairs were awful, but I sat there, mouth agape, for about an hour staring at Frank Miller as he took questions from fans. Frank Miller is probably one of my…

Best Comics of 2019 (So Far): Cap, Lazarus, more!

By Various — The year is nearly half over, which is the timing that we’re using as a justification for doing a Best Comics of 2019 (So Far) list. But also, these type of lists are a lot of fun. There are just so many good comics these days, and it’s a blast to lay them all…

REVIEW: Batman #73 has giant implications

By Alex Batts — “The Fall and The Fallen” story arc continues in this week’s issue of Batman, and while at first glance it might not seem like that much is going on, the developments seem likely to have gigantic implications for the final chapters of writer Tom King’s…

Age of X-Man Round-Up: Telepaths and Realities

By Allison Senecal - Here we are, the last push before we find out the fate of our marvelous mutants (for now). Explosions, reveals, revolution! Revolution???? Finally!

Nate Grey has this all under control. Doesn’t he? DOES HE?

REVIEW: Gideon Falls #14 plays on small details

By Jarred A. Luján — If you’ve been following along with my reviews, I’ve enthusiastically written about Gideon Falls for several issues now. Each time I sit down to write a new review, I genuinely worry that I’m going to end up repeating myself each …

Top Comics to Buy for June 19, 2019

By Zack Quaintance — Phew, well well well, we’re back! I spent the past three weeks and change relocating from Sacramento, Calif. To Washington, D.C….which is obviously a pretty massive move. In between, my wife and I did a mammoth 12-day road trip…