The Weatherman #1 Review: Forecast Calls For Awesomeness

By Nolan P. Smith I wasn’t prepared for this book. I saw the positive buzz behind it, I knew when it came out, I would check it out to review, but I didn’t know much about it. I thought The Weather Man would be another sci-fi comic book entry, but man was I wrong. The…Read moreRead more

The Magic Order #1 Review: The Dark Side of Magic

By Nolan P. Smith Magic has been all the rage for years now. Harry Potter made magic a phenomenon, and rightfully so. But with Image Comics, and in partnership with Netflix, new mature readers series, The Magic Order, there are no magical schools, no room for learning the ropes: in this debut issue, we see…Read moreRead more

Doctor Star and the King of Lost Tomorrows #4 Review: What Matters

By Nolan P. Smith I have loved every issue of this four book mini-series, but with the final issue of Doctor Star, I am left with a loss of words, as this mini-series might be the best mini-series I have ever read. Spoilers in case you haven’t read it. From Dark Horse Comics, the book…Read moreRead more

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 Review- Dance with the Devil

By Nolan P. Smith It’s that time again, time for the latest issue of Dark Horse Comic’s Black Hammer series as Age of Doom #2 hits shelves. Last issue, we saw Lucy Weber, daughter of the lost hero Black Hammer, become lost herself in a hellish place that lacks any common sense. Does she make…Read moreRead more

Black Hammer-Age of Doom #1 Review: Back to Life, Back to Reality

By Nolan P. Smith It’s been awhile since we visited the team in the Black Hammer universe, as we have seen the world from Sherlock Frankenstein’s view, and we have seen what the forgotten hero Doctor Star has been struggling with, but what about Abraham Slam? Col. Weird? Golden Gail and the rest? And the…Read moreRead more

Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2 Review: Tackling Life’s True Villain

By Nolan P. Smith With the first issue of this Black Hammer mini-series hit, we met Doctor Star and saw how he became the hero he is. We also saw that his hero days were ages ago, yet the aging, sick person he is visiting at the hospital is his son. How? What? Hold on,…Read moreRead more

Maestros #1 Review: Originality at it’s Finest

By Jesse Ramirez Contributing Guest Reviewer Uncensored, original, and aesthetically pleasing. This issue has all of the ingredients for an instant hit!

Black Hammer #7 Review: What ever happened to the Earth mightiest hero?

Black Hammer #7

Dark Horse’s superhero epic shows the fate of Black Hammer By Nolan P. Smith For the last six issues, we have seen glimpses and piece of the life and untimely death of the Black Hammer, the crux of the super hero community. With this issue, we see not only how the Black Hammer came to…Read moreRead more

Black Hammer Annual #1 Review: Throwback to Greatness

Dark Horse Comics Black Hammer series celebrates its annual in grand fashion By Nolan P. Smith One of my favorite series of 2016 was Black Hammer. The series, by Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston, pays homage to some very familiar super hero roles, and examines them thoroughly. We see what makes each hero tick, and…Read moreRead more

Legendary Writer/Artist Geof Darrow’s Shaolin Cowboy Returns in 2017

Geof Darrow Shaolin Cowboy

Geof Darrow readies the return of the Shaolin Cowboy By Staff Reports Get a kung-fu grip on yourself as Geof Darrow’s blood-spattered killing machine the Shaolin Cowboy returns this April in a new four-issue mini-series to be published by Dark Horse Comics. The Shaolin Cowboy: Who’ll Stop the Reign? will be written and illustrated by…Read moreRead more

Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment Reveal Walking Dead Variant

Walking Dead

Rick Goes All Negan in Variant Walking Dead Cover, Complete with Lucille By Staff Reports Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment is pleased to reveal a very special limited variant cover for Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard’s THE WALKING DEAD #163.

Dark Horse to Publish ‘The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot’ Hardcover Collection

By Staff Reports (MILWAUKIE, OR)—Front and center, kiddos! Here comes action! Here comes adventure! Here comes The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot—a roller-coaster ride through the minds of Geof Darrow and Frank Miller, the tag team that set you reeling with their hard-hitting series Hard Boiled! Everything you remember about being eight years…Read moreRead more