Looking for the lost Eagles, Antonius Axia is in Alexandra investigating General Verres, the one who lost them. The trail leads to his scout, Ignatius, who seems to be on close terms with the man who calls himself Pharaoh and claims to be the reincarnation of Ramesses Twelve. These cannot merely be coincidences!
Nicolas and the gang have a plan to get into the Great Library of Constantinople, and it works! But then the unanticipated complications begin. Good thing they have…a donkey? Let’s find out in Real Science Adventures: The Nicodemus Job #3 from IDW Publishing.
When strange things start happening in the border town of Devil’s Fork, Arizona, it’s easy for some folks to pin the blame on “illegals.” What they don’t realize is that the border with Mexico is not the only border in this area, and “illegals” are not the actual threat. Take the jump for our review of Border Town #1 from DC Comics.
Buried underneath mountains of ice and snow, the inhabitants of Outpost Zero need to figure out a way to get it melted. Meanwhile, Alea is trying to find out what Sam knows…and why Steven committed suicide. Take the jump for our review of Outpost Zero #3 from Image Comics.
The heroes of Project Superpowers are back in action against a mysterious foe who has caused all the aircraft in the world to fall from the skies. Who has that sort of power? Let’s find out in Project Superpowers #2 from Dynamite Entertainment.
In New York City, in the midst of the biggest storm of the century, Elysia Puente is trying to find her estranged brother who needs her help. But down in the subways, things have taken a decidedly supernatural turn… Let’s find out what happens next in our review of Submerged #2 from Vault Comics.
It is said that everyone is the hero of their own story. But does that include giant space hamsters? Read on and find out, if you dare! Or, you know, just look at the adorable cover on Dungeons and Dragons Evil at Baldur’s Gate #5 from IDW Publishing.
The gang is ready to kill a fire demon – after a little training. And aura cleansing. And stocking up on supplies. Let’s face it – with all their skills in city life, will they ever be ready for this? Let’s find out in this review of Modern Fantasy #3 from Dark Horse Comics.