Last year, Archaia Entertainment put out a mini-series called Days Missing, which turned out to be one of my favourite series of 2009. Now, Days Missing returns with a sequel. Does it hold up? Find out after the jump!
Author: Scott Hunter
Things are really hotting up for Max Damage: he’s got an Armageddon device to stop and and an insane new partner to deal with. How is he coping? Find out after the jump!
With Halloween just around the corner, you might be in the mood to read a spooky story or two. Well, Marvel has you covered, folks, with this one-shot compilation of horror tales.
Thor #615 sees a new creative team begin work on the book, exploring the aftermath of the fall of Asgard. Whatever could be going on? Find out after the jump!
It’s the second issue and Morning Glories keeps bringing more questions to the table: secret cults? Murderous room mates? Find out what it’s all about after the jump!
For the past year, I have avoided the Amazing Spider-Man title, having heard from all corners of my local comic book shop that it was more than lacklustre. My hopes for the book were re-kindled, however, when I saw that Mark Waid was to write it. Has Waid delivered his usual high standards of writing? Find out after the jump!
It’s the conclusion of a JLA/JSA cross-over, and everyone has turned up for a big fight. How nice.
For me, in its first three issues, this new Avengers series got real confusing, real fast. Can this latest issue put things into focus?
Dynamite Entertainment provides another character from the 1930s with a book, this time promising a fresh take on the legendary Phantom – but will this new incarnation live up to its predecessors?
Having been a kid during the ’90s, Toy Story is up there with Power Rangers and Pokemon as an integral part of my childhood, and my love for the series has only been heightened by the latest film. In that spirit, I couldn’t resist taking a look at the latest installment of the Toy Story comic book series.
A ‘Radical Premier’ seems to be another (and perhaps preferable) phrase for a #0 issue, and this one certainly has a lot going on: aliens, wars, and a crazy Reverend. Find out more after the jump!
Carpet Bomb Comics is a new company, currently in the process of launching itself with two titles. Brian already reviewed Factions #1, but found it not to be to his tastes, so how will Carpet Bomb’s other book fare?
Having an interest in Chinese history, my attention was caught by this book, set in China during the 11 Century (there or thereabouts). See what I thought of it after the jump!
Cold Space – a mini-series co-written by Samuel L. Jackson – got a fair amount of attention on launch, but how is it doing at the three-quarter mark? Find out my thoughts after the jump!