Reviews Archive

  • Mind MGMT #10

    The sordid history of The Futurist is revealed in this noir-esque episode of 'Mind MGMT.'

    Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

    review by Trigonis on May 3, 2013

  • Huck Finn's Adventures in Underland

    Nikola Jajic drops us down the rabbit hole into a bizarre realm of dark whimsy in his latest offering from Alterna.

    Publisher: Alterna Comics

    review by Jason Wilkins on May 1, 2013

  • Princeless Vol. 2 #1

    Whitley’s all-ages, Eisner-nominated series returns for more fantastic hijinks, as Adrienne and Sparky continue their quest to save her royal sisters.

    Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment

    review by Jason Wilkins on May 1, 2013

  • Ten Grand #1

    Joe’s Comics makes a welcome return with the grim tale of a faustian bargain turned on its ear.

    Publisher: Image Comics/Joe's Comics

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 30, 2013

  • Jupiter's Legacy #1

    Hyped for months, the creator-owned debut of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s deconstructionist superhero drama fails to break new ground.

    Publisher: Image Comics

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 26, 2013

  • The Private Eye #1

    Even as they challenge our perceptions of identity and information, Vaughan and Martin present a bold new alternative to traditional comics.

    Publisher: Panel Syndicate

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 25, 2013

  • Witch Doctor: Mal Practice #6

    As another volume of 'Witch Doctor' comes to a ghoulish close, Seifert and Ketner plant the seeds of future arcs in Morrow’s stalwart associates.

    Publisher: Image/Skybound

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 24, 2013

  • The Final Plague #1

    Just when you thought the zombie apocalypse had just about run its course, Action Lab’s Danger Zone imprint posits a disturbing new twist on the undead.

    Publisher: Action Lab/Danger Zone

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 22, 2013

  • Harbinger Wars #1

    Valiant’s first crossover pulls out all of the stops as Bloodshot takes the fight to Toyo Harada’s Harbinger Foundation.

    Publisher: Valiant Entertainment

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 8, 2013

  • It Came! #1

    A real 1950s B-movie-style feel, with a firm tongue-in-cheek approach.

    Publisher: Titan Comics

    review by Richard Boom on Apr 3, 2013

  • Miss Fury #1

    Titillating period piece or modern pulp reinterpretation? Only time will tell if Miss Fury has the legs for Dynamite’s new ongoing series.

    Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 2, 2013

  • Gutter Magic #1

    On an alternate Earth, where sorcery won World War II, future society is defined by the magical haves and have-nots...

    Publisher: Sixgun Comics

    review by Andy Oliver on Apr 2, 2013

  • Abe Sapien #1

    The perennial fan-favorite BPRD agent finally leapfrogs into his own ongoing series exploring his mysterious past and dark future.

    Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

    review by Jason Wilkins on Apr 1, 2013

  • Silence & Co.

    'Silence & Co.' is a 176-page, black and white crime thriller with the tagline “A young hitman takes on the world’s most powerful criminal bank.”

    Publisher: Crystal Productions

    review by Richard Boom on Mar 29, 2013

  • Mister X: Hard Candy

    Canadian comics icon and pioneer Dean Motter revisits his archetypal protagonist in this brilliant collected one-shot from Dark Horse.

    Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 28, 2013

  • WesterNoir Book Two

    Josiah Black faces supernatural horror in the Louisiana bayou in the latest issue of Accent UK's Western horror series.

    Publisher: Accent UK

    review by Andy Oliver on Mar 26, 2013

  • The Green Hornet #1

    Mark Waid’s pulp-era relaunch of “the world’s first super-criminal” rethinks Britt Reid’s role as the Green Hornet.

    Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 26, 2013

  • Five Ghosts: The Haunting of Fabian Gray #1

    A man haunted by five ghosts, and this is only the beginning of his troubles –– and an amazing adventure ahead!

    Publisher: Image Comics

    review by Trigonis on Mar 25, 2013

  • Witch Doctor: Mal Practice #5

    Not just another sidekick: Eric Gast takes charge in the penultimate chapter of Seifert and Ketner’s side-splitting occult-medical thriller.

    Publisher: Skybound Entertainment

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 21, 2013

  • X-O Manowar #11

    The return of Cary Nord heralds the beginning of Aric of Dacia’s bold, new quest – as conqueror…

    Publisher: Valiant Entertainment

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 20, 2013

  • Abelard

    At times, both whimsical and melancholy, 'Abelard' transcends the artform as an example of exquisite storytelling.

    Publisher: NBM Publishing

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 20, 2013

  • Tooth & Nail #1

    With tongue firmly planted in cheek, Nikola Jajic’s 'Tooth & Nail' takes lighthearted, raunchy potshots at pop culture icons.

    Publisher: Alterna Comics

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 15, 2013

  • Witch Doctor: Mal Practice #4

    The phrase “internal struggle” takes on a far creepier meaning as Doc Morrow gets up close and personal with his own innards!

    Publisher: Image/Skybound

    review by Jason Wilkins on Mar 14, 2013

  • Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me

    Ellen Forney's account of living with bipolar disorder is an inspirational and engaging graphic memoir.

    Publisher: Gotham Books

    review by Andy Oliver on Mar 11, 2013

  • Missing: Have You Seen the Invisible Man?

    Accent UK's twisting thriller looks at the implications of gaining invisibility in a real world scenario.

    Publisher: Accent UK

    review by Andy Oliver on Feb 19, 2013

Archive

Latest headlines

READ ALL HEADLINES

Latest comments
Comics Discussion
Broken Frontier on Facebook