Chastity Jack has been kidnapped, to the great misfortune of her kidnappers. Find out what happens next in this week’s Chastity #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.
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Action Lab Danger Zone releases The Consultant Vol. 2 #4 as a digital only comic this week, and Major Spoilers has a sneak peek, just for you.
This September, Dynamite Entertainment bring Chastity back for an all new series from writer Leah…
Take the jump for a sneak peek of The Consultant Vol. 2 #2 from Action Lab Entertainment.
Merlin is at war with the ancient Order of the Tarot… but he has one important secret weapon! Major Spoilers review of Zodiac #1 awaits!
The creators at Zenescope Entertainment present a look at the directions their line-up will be taking in the coming year. There are some familiar faces, some cool places, and a lot of action to be had. GRIMM UNIVERSE PRESENTS 2019 from Zenescope Entertainment.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not is practically an institution for fans of the odd, the strange, and the unbelievable. Having appeared in comic form from multiple publishers over the years, Zenescope Entertainment is the latest to bring those interesting and bizarre tales to the comic stands in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not #1.
A DRAGON IS ATTACKING PHILADELPHIA! Will the Musketeers be able to stop it? We take a look at Musketeers #4 from Zenescope Entertainment on this week’s Dueling Review.
The Consultant from writer Jason Sterr and artist Daniel Maine concludes this week, and Action Lab Entertainment’s Danger Zone sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Consultant #4 for you to check out.
Action Lab Entertainment’s Danger Zone sent us an early look at this week’s The Consultant #3 by Jason Sterr and Daniel Maine.
Who do superheroes call when they get in trouble? The Consultant. Action Lab’s Danger Zone imprint releases The Consultant #2 this week, and we have your first look, after the jump.
Who do superheroes call when they get in trouble? Marcus Greenberg. The Consultant #1 arrives in stores tomorrow.
If Superman wanted off of death row, he wouldn’t call Matt Murdock; he’d call The Consultant.