What I Love About Comics

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t feeling some fatigue lately when it comes to the world of comics. Co-hosting the Comixed Reviews podcast with David has kept me from dropping some books earlier than I probab...

Best of 2016 List

Last year I had written up a 'Best of...' list, and it was just so much darn fun  that I decided to do it again. Woo! So here are my top picks from the (mostly horrible but sometimes pretty okay) year 2016: &n...

Death of Wolverine

The first time I had heard about the Death of Wolverine was from a Marvel panel I attended at C2E2 in 2014. I believe this was actually the convention where the news broke about this mini-series event. Finding ...

Batman #9 – I Am Suicide: Part 1

Fresh off the heels of The Night of the Monster Men crossover (a six issue tale many felt was unnatural, unnecessary, and, simply put, uninteresting), we dive into the first of the five part I Am Suicide storyl...

Fairest: In All the Land

I am a fan of Fables, but I haven't been up to speed of the happenings in Fabletown in quite some time. I have read very little of Jack of Fables (although I love what I have read) and I haven't even touched an...

Diablo: Sword of Justice

I am going to preface this review with a few statements: I won this book in a First Reads giveaway and I am not the most familiar person with the mythology of Diablo. I have not played the games in years, and e...

The Fix, Vol. 1: Where Beagles Dare

Every once in awhile a book will appear on the shelves that catches readers off-guard, shaking the mainstream comic world up a bit. Sometimes the impact isn’t felt through direct market sales; you may not find ...

Django Unchained (Graphic Novel)

This book is one of the best and most faithful adaptations of a movie I have read. Drawing scenes from the original script, there are a few parts throughout the book that didn't make it to the big screen, so it...

Best Of 2015

Best Series The Fade Out (Image Comics) by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Brubaker and Phillips continue to churn out a classic noir-­influenced tale, in the vein of their previous work on ‘Criminal.’ Througho...