Reviews

  1. 3.5Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey Image

    Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey

    Let's be honest. Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey #1 isn't going to appeal to everyone, but it's a well done issue that deserves to find an audience.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Penny Kenny December 1, 2011
  2. 3Justice League Dark #3 Image

    Justice League Dark #3

    Justice League Dark is the coolest series of the New 52 so far -- the cool, yet still a little disturbing and weirdly unsettling cousin at the family gathering.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Kitt Di Camillo December 1, 2011
  3. 3.5Spandex #5 Image

    Spandex #5

    Spandex #5 is not one of the stronger comics we've seen from Martin Eden, but it's still a solid bit of superhero storytelling.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Kelvin Green December 1, 2011
  4. 2Wolverine and the X-Men #2 Image

    Wolverine and the X-Men #2

    Arriving amid promises of a new era for Marvel's mutants and a pair of frustratingly Twilight influenced "Team Wolverine/Team Cyclops" taglines, the "X-Men: Regenesis" storyline can't help but be a goldmine for the cynical among us.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Kitt Di Camillo December 1, 2011
  5. 3.5The Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks Image

    The Complete Alan Moore Future Shocks

    Even though this is clearly not Moore at his absolute, heart-stopping, brilliant best, this book is still a wonderful collection of stories that any comics should enjoy.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Jason Sacks November 30, 2011
  6. 3Power Lunch Vol. 1 Image

    Power Lunch Vol. 1

    Like a youth-friendly version of Chew (or perhaps a more sophisticated take on Popeye), Power Lunch is about as instantly marketable as they come.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Chris Kiser November 30, 2011
  7. 5The Someday Funnies Image

    The Someday Funnies

    What if a 1970 comic anthology featuring talent like Jack Kirby, Moebius, Will Eisner, Sergio Aragones, Tom Wolfe, Frank Zappa, Frederico Fellini and William S. Burroughs went unpublished until the year 2011? Because, um, that's what happened.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Jason Sacks November 30, 2011