Review: Suiciders #1

Over the course of its history, VERTIGO has introduced generations of readers to brave new worlds. The tradition continues with Suiciders, Lee Bermejo’s new series. And if the first installment is any indication, this series pulsates in the same creative vein as seminal science fiction/dystopian narratives as Escape from New York, Mad Max, and The [...]

Review: Ei8HT #1

Dark Horse may have a certifiable hit on their hands. Ei8ht is a five-issue Action/Adventure miniseries firmly rooted in Science Fiction and it just may be the book that will have the industry abuzz.  This is fantastic fiction at its finest. This series is steered by two high profile creators: Rafael Albuquerque and Mike Johnson. [...]

Review: Nameless #1

Throughout its existence, IMAGE COMICS has afforded creators with rare opportunities to challenge and redefine the medium through truly original visual narratives. Some of the industry’s biggest names have made it a point to team up with the publisher and produce personal works they can be proud of. And now, the independent imprint presents Nameless [...]

Review: The Multiversity Guidebook

Grant Morrison and a stable of amazing artists deliver The Multiversity Guidebook #1 – the breathtaking exploration of the most diverse and expansive universe in all of fiction. Billed as the greatest adventure in DC’s history, this 80-page mammoth makes a strong case. The Multiversity has been a stellar series. The seemingly standalone format of [...]