June 30, 2013

Review: Jupiter's Legacy Issue 2

Writer Mark Millar continues the riveting look at the children of the superhero Utopian once more with some near tragic results.  Some secrets will finally be brought to light though some may not be pleased with the news!

June 29, 2013

REVIEW: Superman Unchained #1

At last year's New York Comic Con, DC Comics announced that Scott Snyder and Jim Lee were taking on a new Superman book, Superman Unchained, to coincide with Man of Steel's theatrical release. With Grant Morrison's departure from Action Comics it immediately became the prime Superman book to read. And with such a stellar creative force, it was silly not to expect anything but greatness. Yes, Unchained is a fun book but it's hardly the force we all wanted. Spoiler-free review ahead.

June 28, 2013

Review: Hawkeye Issue 11

Perhaps one of the most ambitious and groundbreaking concepts yet, writer Matt Fraction and artist David Aja present an interesting story seen through the eyes of "Pizza Dog".

Review: Mind Mgmt Issue 12

The adventure in Shangri-La reaches it's devastating conclusion! Tragedy strikes both sides as more revelations come up to the surface regarding Meru and Henry's past!

June 27, 2013

ALIENS movie action figures

In space, no one can hear you scream! Celebrate the classic James Cameron movie Aliens, with these new action figures.

Review: Earth 2 Issue 13

Captain Steel makes his thunderous debut at a price though. Find out what happens to our hero as he makes a stunning discovery!

June 24, 2013

The Unwritten: Issue 50 Cover Artwork

Worlds collide in this first ever crossover between The Unwritten and Fables. Check out the amazing P. Craig Russell variant cover!

June 21, 2013

MIND MGMT VOLUME 2: The Futurist

Meru's harrowing adventures continue in this new story arc, as her investigations lead her towards the place known as Shangri-La. What's in store for her and Henry Lyme? Mind Mgmt volume 2 is coming!

R.I.P. Kim Thompson, Fantagraphics Publisher

Along with Gary Groth, Kim Thompson helped lay the foundation for Fantagraphics Books, which published some amazing independent comics, books and other material from my childhood.