Reviews

  1. 3.5Incorruptible Volume Four Image

    Incorruptible Volume Four

    Incorruptible Volume 4 collects issues 13-16, with a bonus cover and pinup gallery, and a fourteen page preview of Potter’s Field .

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Dave Powell June 22, 2011
  2. 4Infinite Kung-Fu Image

    Infinite Kung-Fu

    It's to Kagan McLeod's credit that his immense love of kung-fu and martial arts films that his new graphic novel Infinite Kung-Fu never falls under the weight of genre obsession.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Nick Hanover June 22, 2011
  3. 3Legion of Super-Heroes #14 Image

    Legion of Super-Heroes #14

    You know the Legion is a law unto itself at this point, right? You know that the multitudes of cast members are part of what matters, and not any kind of hindrance, don't you? You know that if anybody can juggle an epic cast of Legions of heroes and villains (and with a bit more élan than was managed in Legion of Three Worlds , which this story superficially resembles), it's old hand Paul Levitz, of course? Like him, we have no problem keeping track of everyone.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Shawn Hill June 20, 2011
  4. 3.5That Hellbound Train #1 Image

    That Hellbound Train #1

    Yay, another creepy horror comic! On that note, has anyone seen The Polar Express ? This is basically a hellish variation of that.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Felicity Gustafson June 18, 2011
  5. 3.5Kirby Genesis #1 (Nick's review) Image

    Kirby Genesis #1 (Nick's review)

    The fact that the teaser issue for Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross' new collaboration Kirby Genesis is a more effective work than the actual debut isn't all that odd when you think about it.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Nick Hanover June 18, 2011