Hellfighter Quin #1 features the protagonist, Quinlan Jones, aka Hellfighter - a long retired vigilante in downtown Harlem.
The plot thickens in Batman #88 as Catwoman seemingly plays double agent while Batman works to capture Deathstroke (again) after the Black Block is compromised.
TMNT/Power Rangers #2 expands the Storyline The fantastic crossover continues as Ryan Parrott, Simone di Meo and Walter Baiamonte continue to stun with a fantastic story, awesome visuals/colors and …
Let's catch up on all of the Batwoman since December -- and move boldly forward!
Re•displacement is an intriguing short that gives a new take on the idea of memory and trauma. Insanely well shot with some inventive visuals and great performances, it’s the …
Ghosted in LA's combination of the artwork and coloring by Siobhan Keenan and Cathy Lee continues to be great
Jonathan Hickman has a particular brand of storytelling in which he has to build the world that he’s operating in before things really start to hit their stride. That’s …
Battlecats is and, for me, will always be the flagship series in the Mad Cave Studios pantheon. From the lush and fertile kingdom of Valderia to the multi-faceted anthropomorphic …
Artistically the Shadow Breed shines in the crowded indie comic book room of its peers. The shading and highlighting brings out a certain air of unease. Perfect for a …
We can’t talk about Detective Comics Annual #3 without talking about the art from Sumit Kumar and Eduardo Risso. Both do a phenomenal job capturing Bruce Wayne and Batman, …