Category: Dynamite

Review: ‘Solar: Man of the Atom’ #1

Review: ‘Solar: Man of the Atom’ #1

Kelly Harrass takes a look at the first issue of a new era of Solar: Man of the Atom. With the Gold Key property now at Dynamite Entertainment, the creative team of Frank Barbiere and Joe Bennett are making some changes to the character.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #39

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #39

After a week off, Jared is back with Retailer Privilege Comic Review and there’s a lot of stories going on. Dive in and check out the video.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #36

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #36

Now with a new format, it’s your favorite, non-spoiler comic review show. It’s the Punisher final showdown with The Avengers, something happens in Batman Inc this week, (maybe you heard) and Image drops Five Weapons. All those and more on this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #14

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #14

Headaches can’t stop Retailer Privilege Comic Review this week. Check out some of the books that came out this week.

Tron: The Betrayal #1 (of 2) and Warlord of Mars #1

Tron: The Betrayal #1 (of 2) and Warlord of Mars #1

Sorry I’m late. I’m pulling double duty to catch up, since Tron broke me last week and sapped me of my will to live.

The Last Phantom #1

The Last Phantom #1

The Ghost Who Walks returns in “The Last Phantom,” but can he make it in the 21st century jungle?

Green Hornet #2

The torch hasn’t even been passed yet and the next generation already finds themselves getting their ass-whipping merit badges.

RoboCop #1

RoboCop #1

If you loved the first film, and only the first film, then this comic is for you. If you loved RoboCop 2, this book you still might like. If you loved RoboCop 3, well… nobody is perfect.

Herogasm #3 (of 6)

Herogasm #3 (of 6)

It’s sick. It’s funny. It’s intriguing. It’s disturbing. Hell, it’s the Boys. What do you expect at this point?

The Boys #30

The Boys #30

As an epilogue, comics don’t get much better than this. Just don’t expect to have any clue at all as to what’s going on if this is your first issue of the Boys.

The Boys #29

The Boys #29

The latest arc of The Boys wraps up and leaves one hell of a mess in its wake. Better bring a mop for this one.

The Boys #28

After several issues of slow build, this issue goes off like a pressure cooker. S–t’s about to get real.

The Boys #27

By Garth Ennis and Darrick Robertson The latest issue of The Boys does what the series as a whole does best in combining elements of the story that make feel queasy for having simply looked at them with the character moments that have been carrying the story forward for the past 2+ years. This arc […]