Comic Articles

  1. Red Sonja #58 Cover Image

    Red Sonja #58

    Red Sonja is filled with mayhem, some merriment and Machiavellian moves from both parties -- making for an entertaining feast that's atypical of the simplistic plot usually found in the sword and sorcery genre.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate November 12, 2011
  2. Avenging Spider-Man #1 Cover Image

    Avenging Spider-Man #1

    Nick says the new Spider-Man team-up book "is the most fun I have had reading a comic this year!"

    Comic Review Article Nick Boisson November 11, 2011
  3. Ghost Rider #5 Cover Image

    Ghost Rider #5

    If you haven't been reading the latest volume of Ghost Rider, Issue 5 is a good place to start.

    Comic Review Article Sara McDonald November 11, 2011
  4. New Avengers #18 Cover Image

    New Avengers #18

    The Heroic Age didn't last that long, did it? That was the premise that began this series, with Steve Rogers giving Luke Cage and his family Avengers Mansion in order to run an a ground force of Bendis-approved street fighting Avengers, his own way, after the losses of Dark Reign.

    Comic Review Article Shawn Hill November 11, 2011
  5. Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #4 Cover Image

    Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #4

    No beating around the bush this time. I'm just going to tell it to you straight. Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #4 is exactly what we've all been waiting for.

    Comic Review Article Paden Wyatt November 11, 2011
  6. Avengers Academy #21 Cover Image

    Avengers Academy #21

    The book's one saving grace? The artwork. Avengers Academy is so damn pretty. Sean Chen, Scott Hanna and Jeromy Cox illustrate a plethora of heroes, and it looks like they have a lot of fun doing it.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate November 11, 2011
  7. Shame Itself #1 Cover Image

    Shame Itself #1

    From one type of comic to another, hilarious and humility mixed to success in Marvel's satiric one-shot Shame Itself, a collection of rising talents and long time comedy writers from around the entertainment industry and their various lampoons of the publisher.

    Comic Review Article Jamil Scalese November 11, 2011