Reviews

  1. 4Guarding the Globe #4 Image

    Guarding the Globe #4

    ADVANCE REVIEW! Guarding the Globe #4 will come out on March 9, 2011 There seem to be two schools of thought in the superhero genre.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Danny Djeljosevic March 8, 2011
  2. 4.5Forgotten 22 #1 Image

    Forgotten 22 #1

    ADVANCE REVIEW! Forgotten 22 #1 is in this month's Diamond Previews and is available for pre-order.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Chris Murman March 8, 2011
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    Donald Duck #364

    ADVANCE REVIEW! Donald Duck #364 will come out on March 9, 2011 BOOM! Studios is blowing up the kids’ comics market.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Rafael Gaitan March 8, 2011
  4. 2.5The Intrepids #1 Image

    The Intrepids #1

    A team of four young superheroes (plus the man who brought them all together) sworn to protect the world from the havoc wreaked by a mad scientist's evil schemes, battle against cybernetic animals and uncover devious plots while learning how to develop their powerful skills.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Felicity Gustafson March 7, 2011
  5. 4.5Carbon Grey #1 Image

    Carbon Grey #1

    On the strength of its first issue alone, it’s entirely possible that Carbon Grey will be Image’s next big breakout.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Morgan Davis March 7, 2011
  6. 4.5Sunday Slugfest: Joe the Barbarian #8 Image

    Sunday Slugfest: Joe the Barbarian #8

    After months of waiting, the final issue of Grant Morrison and Sean Murphy’s Joe the Barbarian has arrived! All of Joe's allies and enemies descend upon the same battlefield as he and his army have their showdown with Death itself! Nathaniel MacDonald: Morgan Davis: Chris Kiser: Dave Wallace: Nathaniel MacDonald: Before we begin, I'd like to acknowledge that Joe the Barbarian is an eight-issue epic about a hypoglycemic boy going downstairs to get a soda.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Thom Young March 6, 2011
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    Red Sonja #55

    This is a summary for my review of Red Sonja #29 : "Oeming and Reed murder any pretense of feminism in the finale of this much hyped arc that pits Sonja against her Marvel foe Kulan Gath.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate March 5, 2011
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    Next Men #4

    The Next Men serve as security for a super-collider project.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate March 5, 2011
  9. 3The Boys #52 Image

    The Boys #52

    What's Been Happening: Major flashback time, as it turns out the kindly old duffer who Hughie unloaded his problems on in Scotland was actually Greg Mallory, former leader of the Boys, gone undercover to gather reconnaissance on Hughie and, in effect, on the Boys themselves since the Butcher took over.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Shawn Hill March 5, 2011