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    Aliens Vs. Parker #1

    I was pretty excited for Aliens vs. Parker, but I tried not to get my hopes up too much. The last time a comedian I really liked made the switch from stand-up comic to comic books, I was disappoi

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    Star Wars #3

    Star Wars is an awkward comic. It's a fine book, but definitely awkward. It's mostly the time period this book is set in. I'm willing to overlook the fact that characters are forming

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    Uncanny X-Men #3

    The intensity levels are really high right now. Like you could cut it with a steak knife, tense. It’s a faceoff between the Avengers and the Uncanny X-Men as they verbally battle to put the bl

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    Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror #2

    Rocketeer is undoubtedly one of the most aesthetically pleasing comics there is out there right now. The narrative is also wonderfully constructed with great humour and fantastic life lessons on how

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    Wolverine and the X-Men #26

    Wolverine and the X-Men has easily been the most fun out of any X-Book since the ending of Pete Milligan and Michael Allred's X-Statix years ago.  But, unfortunately, Issue #26 is a

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    Secret Avengers #2

    Secret Avengers is certainly picking up in terms of levels of entertainment. It’s not on a large scale for a title but it holds on its own just the same, and while it’s still a little gi

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    Sledgehammer 44 #1 (of 2)

    2013 is going to be a big year for Mike Mignola and his Hellboy franchise. Hellboy himself is back in the limelight with the excellent Hellboy in Hell series, BPRD Hell on Eart

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    Spawn #229

    I am a child of the nineties, a proper one; I actually came into my teens in the nineties, so I remember things, things like Spawn. Oh, those we’re the glory days of Spawn, a

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    Age of Ultron #2

    Age of Ultron has been in the making for years, and now that it’s here, we were all waiting with bated breath to see if all this waiting was going to turn out to be a great Marvel event or if

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    Bedlam #5

    Bedlam is shaping up to be the best crime book on the stands. The characterization that Nick Spencer gives to his protagonist, Fillmore Press, is extremely unsettling. No book has ever made me qu

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