• Lumberjanes #21 Review

    It’s the start of a new arc for the Lumberjanes, but unfortunately for Mal, they didn’t get too far away from the water for this one. The issue opens with Mal, Ripley, Molly and Jo playing beach volleyball by the lake. Jo and Molly lose to “The Ripley Rocket”...
  • Rocket Girl #7 Review

    Things get a little heated and a little dystopian in Rocket Girl #7 when Dayoung Johansson, a teenage cop from the future who has traveled to 1986 to stop Quintum Mechanics from basically taking over and got stranded, wants her jetpack back so she can go back to “serve...
  • Switch #2 Review

    Stjepan Sejic’s reimagining of the Witchblade mythos continues in Switch #2 as the new Witchblade bearer, awkward, nerdy, and occasionally funny Mary Parker comes to terms with the events of last issue where she fought and defeated Cronos, a servant of Angelus, who wants to harness the Witchblade’s power....
  • Saga #31 Review

    Saga has returned from its latest hiatus, and in its latest move, time has jumped forward a few more years and little Hazel has grown enough to be the central character of the story she’s been narrating since day one. It’s been three years since we saw Hazel last,...
  • Ringside #1 Review

    There’s a lot of overlap between comics and wrestling, especially the mythology of the larger than life characters who came to dominate the scene in the 1980s with the rise of the nationally televised WWF, but Ringside isn’t going anywhere near it in its debut issue. Instead, Joe Keatinge...
  • Fight Club 2 #7 Review

    We’re into the seventh issue of Fight Club 2, a good chance to take a step back and note that it’s an extreme rarity for avoiding the choice to break up it’s ten issue run into smaller, more clearly defined arcs. This being a continuation of previous work rather...
  • Power Up #5 Review

    Power Up #5 explains a lot of the backstory of the miniseries.  18 pages of it to be exact. In the penultimate issue of this miniseries, writer Kate Leth and artist Matt Cummings don’t set up a final struggle between Amie, Kevin, Sandy, Silas the Goldfish, and their magical...
  • Black Magick #2 Review

    In Black Magick #2, writer Greg Rucka combine some of his favorite things, including morally complex female anti-heroes, police procedurals, and detective fiction rooted in a specific setting to craft a harrowing occult mystery steeped in centuries long conspiracies as well as actual Pagan practices. Black Magick #2 is...
  • Rat Queens #13 Review

    Image Comics’ stellar fantasy series Rat Queens returns for its 13th issue, with writer Kurtis J. Wiebe and artist Tess Fowler delivering another outing of “sass and sorcery.” The issue sees each queen embark on their own mini-story while at Mage University, briefly separated while Hannah attempts to resolve...