Everyone is Kang the Conqueror! Everyone. You, Me, Franklin Richards… or maybe not. Let’s figure out what is going on in this week’s review of Kang the Conqueror #1 from Marvel Comics.
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We’re having a spook-tacular time on this week’s Dueling Review, as Elvira meets Vincent Price!
Let’s bookend this tale as we take a look at The Other History of the DC Universe #5 from DC Comics.
I AM MOON KNIGHT! No, wait, we are a podcast that is taking a look at Moon Knight #1 from Marvel Comics.
Whew… dodged that one…
Barbarella is back, baby! This week, YOU demanded we review this Barbarella #1 from Dynamite Entertainment, and your humble hosts comply (because we’re nice that way).
Look, I know you like to think you have the power, but in reality, the power belongs to all of us. ALL. OF. US. But the big question is, does the power reside in the pages of Masters of the Universe: Revelation #1 from Dark Horse Comics, or not?
This is not my beautiful child! Or is it? Find out what is going on as we take a look at Made in Korea #2 from Image Comics.
Because YOU demanded it! This week, we look at Gamma Flight #1 from Marvel Comics, which spins out of the Immortal Hulk series that we’ve been a fan of since the beginning. Will Gamma Flight hold up, or crash and burn?
Supergirl. Not the girl of today, but the Woman of Tomorrow. This week, we take a look at Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow #1 because YOU demanded it!
Let’s rewind the clock to the happin’ time of 1982 and see what the She-Devil with a Sword is up to, as we review Red Sonja 1982 from Dynamite Entertainment.
We are stepping back into the world of the Witcher this week, as we take a look at The Witcher: Witch’s Lament #1 from Dark Horse Comics.
The story of Yara Flor starts here! Right here in this week’s episode of Dueling Review as we take on Wonder Girl #1 from DC Comics.
Nothing says excitement like hot boardroom action. This week we find out if that is true when we take a look at X-Crop #1 from Marvel Comics.
When a good guy and a bad guy team-up, you know it is going to be double trouble. Now we just need to figure out which one thinks he’s the bad guy as we review Thor and Loki Double Trouble #3 from Marvel Comics.