Review: The Midas Flesh, Vol. 2

Review: The Midas Flesh, Vol. 2
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In this second volume of Ryan North’s Midas Flesh, we’re taken on an adventure where the old space crew use King Midas’ powers as weapons. Boom! … read more

Review: ODY-C, Vol. 1

Review: ODY-C, Vol. 1
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ODY-C is the peak of an English major’s mid-thesis psychedelic trip that you don’t want to miss. … read more

Review: Postal, Vol. 1

Review: Postal, Vol. 1
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In the small town of Eden, Wyoming dwells a religious cult of sinners and murder mysteries. … read more

Review: Rasputin, Vol 1

Review: Rasputin, Vol 1
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Here’s the first time that Rasputin has been the center of a comic rather than an appearance in Hellboy and Hellblazer, and it’s a fantastic supernatural debut. … read more

Review: Reyn, Volume 1: Warden of Fate

Review: Reyn, Volume 1: Warden of Fate
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After a thousand years of darkness, monstrous creatures long forgotten rise up from the rubble and civilization depends on the last of the lost tribe of Wardens, Reyn. … read more

Review: They’re Not Like Us Vol. 1

Review: They’re Not Like Us Vol. 1
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True to its title, this series truly differentiates itself from the current crazes. It’s an intimate book that feels like an industry secret from the “weird” niche at Image Comics. … read more

Review: The Wasteland Vol. 11: Floodland

Review: The Wasteland Vol. 11: Floodland
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The Wasteland Vol.11: Floodland Writer: Antony Johnston Artist: Christopher Mitten Oni Press Street: 08.13 The Wasteland has been an long and excruciating journey for Abi and Michael as they scoured

Review: Invisible Republic, Vol. 1

Review: Invisible Republic, Vol. 1
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Invisible Republic, Vol. 1 Writers: Gabriel Hardman, Corinna Bechko Artists: Gabriel Hardman, Jordan Boyd Image Comics Street: 09.10 Invisible Republic’s solicitation that it’s “Breaking Bad meets Blade Runner” may not

Review: Wayward, Vol. 2: Ties That Bind

Review: Wayward, Vol. 2: Ties That Bind
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Wayward, Vol. 2: Ties That Bind Writer: Jim Zub Artist: Steve Cummings Image Comics Street: 08.26 TL;DR: Reading Wayward is like watching the Google street view of the cats in

Lemuria at Kilby Court 12.08 with Into It. Over It., Chalk

Lemuria at Kilby Court 12.08 with Into It. Over It.,...
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I’m smoking by the fire and staring, just trying to figure out if that guy with the beard and the glasses behind the merch table is part of one of the bands, but it’s hard to distinguish someone if you’ve never seen them on stage before. … read more