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ADVANCE REVIEW: Rasputin #1 – Kills It Over and Over Again

Writer: Alex Grecian Artists: Riley Rossmo, Ivan Plascencia Cover Art: Riley Rossmo Publisher: Image Comics $3.50 “When the legend becomes fact, print the legend,” reads the back of “Rasputin” #1. The man, More »

REVIEW: POP #3 – Questions Beget More Questions

Writer:  Curt Pires Artist:  Jason Copland Publisher:  Dark Horse $3.99 Since the beginning of the series, we have followed Curt Pires’ story of the manufactured pop star, Elle. Breaking free from the confines More »

REVIEW: Starlight #6 – Not Your Grandfathers’ Retirement

Writter: Mark Millar Artist: Goran Parlov Publisher: Image Comics $4.99 This over-sized final issue of Starlight isn’t going to surprise dedicated readers nor is it going to win over new ones. However, More »

REVIEW: Copperhead #2 – Not Just Another Western in Space

Writter: Jay Faerber Artist: Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley Publisher: Image Comics $3.50 Hype can be a dangerous thing. Copperhead debuted last month with a fair amount of excitement from comic readers, More »

Making Odd Things Normal – An Interview with Otis Frampton

When I reviewed the first issue of Oddly Normal I expected life to go on like it always does.  I didn’t expect to see it tweeted by both Otis Frampton and Image More »

ADVANCE REVIEW: Nailbiter #6 – Killer Filler

Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Mike Henderson Published by: Image Comics $2.99 As far as filler issues go – and make no mistake, this is a filler issue – this was More »

Kickstarting a Critical Hit – An Interview with creator Matt Miner

If you type in “comic book” while visiting Kickstarter you will see over one thousand results.  It’s opening up a door for creator owned projects that wouldn’t be available otherwise.  There’s competition More »

 

REVIEW: Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy #4

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By Lindsey Bass

Writers:  Kent Osborne, Dylan Haggerty Artist:  Mad Rupert Publisher:  Kaboom! $3.99 WOW!  There was a lot happening in “Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy #4″.  I was expecting something pretty straight forward, like in the issues that preceded this one. Kent Osborne and

ADVANCE REVIEW: Rasputin #1 – Kills It Over and Over Again

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By Jesse Quick-Rincon

Writer: Alex Grecian Artists: Riley Rossmo, Ivan Plascencia Cover Art: Riley Rossmo Publisher: Image Comics $3.50 “When the legend becomes fact, print the legend,” reads the back of “Rasputin” #1. The man, Grigori Rasputin, will never be known. He was

REVIEW: POP #3 – Questions Beget More Questions

REVIEW: POP #3 Questions Beget More Questions

By Lindsey Bass

Writer:  Curt Pires Artist:  Jason Copland Publisher:  Dark Horse $3.99 Since the beginning of the series, we have followed Curt Pires’ story of the manufactured pop star, Elle. Breaking free from the confines of an incubator, she meets Cooper. Her presence saves

REVIEW: Zero #11 – One Year Later

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By Cody Mudge

Writter: Ales Kot Artist: Ricardo Lopez Ortiz Publisher: Image Comics $2.99 If there is anything to expect from this series, it’s the unexpected. Ales Kot knows how to surprise you and keep you guessing, which is one of the main

REVIEW: Starlight #6 – Not Your Grandfathers’ Retirement

REVIEW: Starlight #6 – Not Your Grandfathers’ Retirement

By Cody Mudge

Writter: Mark Millar Artist: Goran Parlov Publisher: Image Comics $4.99 This over-sized final issue of Starlight isn’t going to surprise dedicated readers nor is it going to win over new ones. However, the result should please those with an appreciation

ADVANCE REVIEW: Father’s Day #1 – An Awkward Start to the Holiday

Father's Day #1 - An Awkward Start to the Holiday

By Jesse Quick-Rincon

**This review comes with a SPOILER WARNING** Writer: Mike Richardson Artist: Gabriel Guzman Publisher: Dark Horse Comics $3.99 Mike Richardson has poked his head out of his President’s office at Dark Horse (which I like to imagine is decorated like the Batcave)

REVIEW: Birthright #1 – Fantastic Fantasy Debut

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By Cody Mudge

Writter: Joshua Williamson Artists: Andrei Bressan and Adriano Lucas Publisher: Image Comics $2.99 It seems like we’ve been flooded with a slew of great new series recently. “Birthright #1” may not have huge names attached to it, but this stellar

REVIEW: Copperhead #2 – Not Just Another Western in Space

REVIEW: Copperhead #2 – Not just another Western in Space

By Cody Mudge

Writter: Jay Faerber Artist: Scott Godlewski and Ron Riley Publisher: Image Comics $3.50 Hype can be a dangerous thing. Copperhead debuted last month with a fair amount of excitement from comic readers, as well as a healthy amount of support

Making Odd Things Normal – An Interview with Otis Frampton

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By Lindsey Bass

When I reviewed the first issue of Oddly Normal I expected life to go on like it always does.  I didn’t expect to see it tweeted by both Otis Frampton and Image Comics.  What surprised me even more was being

REVIEW: Fraggle Rock: Journey to the Everspring #1

REVIEW: Fraggle Rock: Journey to the Everspring #1

By Lindsey Bass

Writer: Kate Leth Artist: Jake Myler Publisher: Boom! $3.99 The Jim Henson Company was a large part of my childhood, and many others. They were the shows and movies that stuck out in my mind the most.  I still find myself

REVIEW: Sex Criminals #8 — No Hiding From the Sex Police

REVIEW: Sex Criminals #8 -- No Hiding From the Sex Police

By Lindsey Bass

Writer:  Matt Fraction Artist:  Chip Zdarsky Publisher:  Image $3.50 Sex Criminals is always an adventure.  I’m never really sure what to expect.  Orgasms essentially stopping time so that crimes can be committed while going undetected.  Well, from the public.  There’s

REVIEW: Black Science #9 – Back on Track

By Cody Mudge

Written by: Rick Remender Art by: Matteo Scalera and Dean White Published by: Image Comics $3.50 Ever since Black Science lost its lead character in Grant McKay, the series has been staggering a little bit and searching for a foothold

ADVANCE REVIEW: Punks: The Comic #1 – Not as Advertised

ADVANCE REVIEW: Punks: The Comic #1 - Not as Advertised

By Lindsey Bass

Writer: Joshua Hale Fialkov Artist:  Kody Chamberlain Publisher:  Image Punks stand out in a crowd for a variety of reasons.  They could stand out because of their colorful hair.  The spikes, chains, and leather that adorn their clothing.  The political

ADVANCE REVIEW: Nailbiter #6 – Killer Filler

ADVANCE REVIEW: Nailbiter #6 – Killer Filler

By Cody Mudge

Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Mike Henderson Published by: Image Comics $2.99 As far as filler issues go – and make no mistake, this is a filler issue – this was one that was thankfully easy to tolerate. “Tolerate”

ADVANCE REVIEW: Alex + Ada #9 – Letting Go

ADVANCE REVIEW: Alex + Ada #9 – Letting Go

By Cody Mudge

Written by: Sarah Vaughn and Jonathan Luna Art by: Jonathan Luna Published by: Image Comics $2.99 “Alex + Ada #9” adds fuel to the fire, as we get a glimpse of what life is like for the pair during their

Kickstarting a Critical Hit – An Interview with creator Matt Miner

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By Lindsey Bass

If you type in “comic book” while visiting Kickstarter you will see over one thousand results.  It’s opening up a door for creator owned projects that wouldn’t be available otherwise.  There’s competition to gain the attention of comic fans everywhere.