Shadowman #2 is another shining star in already brilliant Valiant Universe! Jordan and Zircher have created a truly en"gross"ing tale that will enthrall you!
If you want to read one of PAD's best comics about the mutant superwoman called M ... well, this isn't it.
Uh, oh! Spike TV went and did something naughty. Or was it nice? You can decide, but here's a warning for Robert Kirkman.
Season 1 of TellTale Games' TWD is complete. Is it worth your time and money?
This is the snap-action, cosmic consequences and dire straights readers were looking for back in September 2011!
Tonight saw a fabulous performance by Ian McShane as FX aired another terror filled episode of American Horror Story: Asylum.
I cannot say enough for BOOM’s efforts on this mag, and I appreciate all involved for keeping this book up to superb standards!
DnA continue to build a fantastically cosmic world of the near-future full of characters for which we care.
Sound storywise, artistically beautiful and reader-friendly, Avengers #1 is well worth the hype and will not disappoint. A great read!
Check out a review/recap of The Walking Dead mid-season finale, with some images.
Get on board this rock-solid foundation of Marvel NOW while you can. If you aren't a True Believer, you soon will be!
Pak has a great successor to the Exiles here, and I am hoping readers give it the attention it deserves. Great read!
The big man is BACK in all his gory glory! But this time, the boy has not only become a man -- he has become a LEGEND! Bring a mop, this one is going to be messy!
American Horror Story: Asylum sees the return of a character from Season 1 and is another creepy and disturbing - yet, highly addictive - episode!
Bendis has crafted a thoroughly engaging tale, rife with nostalgia, that any X fan will not only appreciate -- but hold most dear!
After just two issues of the new Thor, I am not only on the bandwagon but driving it as its chief cheerleader!
With a great story and decent art, this is one of the best Red Lanterns yarns ever! Try it!
Check out a write-up on tonight's episode of The Walking Dead. It doesn't go well for Glenn and Maggie. Spoilers, ahoy!
Another episode of the popular sick and twisted FX horror series, American Horror: Asylum, aired this past Wednesday with "The Origins of Monstrosity."
As a single-issue offering, take it from a longtime Green Lantern (and cosmic) fan: this is one of the best!
Lawrence Napoli says, "Lincoln is one of the best films of 2012." Read his full review inside.
It’s the perfect read for people who enjoy slice-of-life comics with small, surprising science fiction twists or aspects.
Michonne's leaving Biter-Grams, Rick is talking on the phone, love is in the air and more in the latest episode of The Walking Dead!
Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley's Fantastic Four #1 debuts this week - shades of Fear Itself?