• Death Be Damned: Bringing The Wild West Back to Life

    Death Be Damned: Bringing The Wild West Back to Life1

    Death Be Damned Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and Andrew Miller (Writers), Hannah Christenson (Artist),  Juan Useche (Colorist), Colin Bell (Letterer) BOOM! Studios November 29, 2017 Let’s get the fun part out there first: Death Be Damned is a warped western Frankenstein revenge tale. I have been a fan of Ben Acker and Ben Blacker’s The Thrilling Adventure Hour for

  • BOOM! Bar: Every Detail Covered

    BOOM! Bar: Every Detail Covered0

    Eight offerings from BOOM! this week—three licensed, five creator-owned. Of the licenses, only one (Adventure Time/Regular Show #5 of a six-issue mini from KaBOOM!) is a single issue; Planet of the Apes Archive and Sons of Anarchy (both BOOM! Studios) both see their volumes two, with the former being in hardcover and the latter soft.

  • Sugar Town Is The Sweetest

    Sugar Town Is The Sweetest0

    Sugar Town Hazel Newlevant (creator) Self-Published Distributed by Alternative Comics October, 2017 You ever meet a girl at a party and find out her professional name as a dominatrix is the same as your everyday name? We’ve all been there. Awkward, right? Sugar Town is about (among many other things) what happens if you get

  • Rebirth Roundup: Everything From December 13

    Rebirth Roundup: Everything From December 130

    This week sees two legendary artists returning to the characters they cut their teeth on, one of which was a complete surprise. We are also halfway through James Robinson’s Wonder Woman run, thankfully; and near the end of Superwoman, less thankfully. Rebirth Royalty this week goes to the surprising return of my favorite Superman writer

  • Roundtable: The Wild Storm #9

    Roundtable: The Wild Storm #91

    Thanks for joining us again for Rae & Annie: The Only People On Earth Who Still Give A Crap About Wildstorm, which is neither the title of this feature nor honestly an accurate representation of the feelings of Wildstorm fans. [I guess they’re just having a bad day. —Ed.] This feature will contain spoilers, so

  • Timing is Everything for Monstro Mechanica

    Timing is Everything for Monstro Mechanica0

    Monstro Mechanica #1 Paul Allor (writer), Chris Evenhuis (artist), Sjan Weijers (colorist) Aftershock December 2017 In late fifteenth-century Florence, Italy, Leonardo da Vinci’s apprentice Isabel struggles to keep her teacher safe from the world and the world safe from him when the inventor finds himself caught between a rock and a hard place: the Medicis