Category: Image

Review: ‘Moonshine’ #1

Review: ‘Moonshine’ #1

What happens when coupla fellers who’re great at tellin’ crime stories decide to tell ‘nother one set up in th’ mountains of West Virginia? An’ intr’duce monsters into th’ mix?

Review: ‘Eclipse’ #1

Review: ‘Eclipse’ #1

Can Zack Kaplan and Giovanni Timpano’s new title continue the trend of excellent books from Top Cow?

Free Comic Book Day 2016 and What You Should Grab

Free Comic Book Day 2016 and What You Should Grab

Free Comic Book Day is on its way! Do you know what free books you want to pick up this year? If you need some ideas, your friends at Panels on Pages are here to help you with the tough decisions.

Review: ‘Alpha King’ #1

Review: ‘Alpha King’ #1

“This book is what happens when beer and comics conceive on a barstool.” Was this a warning from Brian Azarello?

Review: ‘Renato Jones: The One %’ #1

Review: ‘Renato Jones: The One %’ #1

Image Comics presents an artist and writer that has had some questionable work in the public eye – and his redemption.

Review: ‘I Hate Fairyland Vol. 1’

Review: ‘I Hate Fairyland Vol. 1’

Young is having more fun than any human should with this book, and it shows in every sharp line, wide-eyed expression and gory drop of bodily fluid.

Review: ‘The Beauty vol 1’

Review: ‘The Beauty vol 1’

Top Cow’s division of Image Comics has produced some very strong titles with its Pilot Season initiative. This winner of the 2011 season shows why.

Review: ‘Tokyo Ghost Volume 1: Atomic Garden’

Review: ‘Tokyo Ghost Volume 1: Atomic Garden’

Two modern comic titans come together to present a story as addicting as the rush of technology in 2089.

Review: ‘Snowfall’ #1

Review: ‘Snowfall’ #1

The team behind Great Pacific has a new book coming out on February 24, and we’re all in with an advance look.

21 Comic Reviews From 11/4/15 in 21 Words or Less

21 Comic Reviews From 11/4/15 in 21 Words or Less

Lots of comics came out last week and we’ve got reviews for 21 of them in nice, bite sixed, 21 word or less chunks. What should you read and what should you pass on?

Clearing Out the Backlog 4: Why You Gotta Be So Racist, TERRA FORMARS?

Clearing Out the Backlog 4: Why You Gotta Be So Racist, TERRA FORMARS?

This week Kelly (probably) upsets a bunch of manga fans when he talks about Terra Formars, reads volume one of They’re Not Like Us, and tells the tale of going to a local comic show where he purchased a copy of Devil Dinosaur #1.

Clearing Out the Backlog #3: Is Reading WYTCHES Like Listening to DEATH GRIPS?

Clearing Out the Backlog #3: Is Reading WYTCHES Like Listening to DEATH GRIPS?

This week, Kelly read Wytches and something about the series reminded him of how it feels to listen to Death Grips. All that plus a classic FF issue and a Spider-Man anniversary in this edition of Clearing Out the Backlog

Clearing Out the Backlog #1: Before and After the Terrible Mark Millar

Clearing Out the Backlog #1: Before and After the Terrible Mark Millar

In this debut column, we look at Superman Adventures issues 16 & 19, Starlight vol. 1, the Avengers 100th Anniversary special, Master of Kung Fu issue 26, and the Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon Hellblazer Special.

Review - CHRONONAUTS #1 & 2

Review – CHRONONAUTS #1 & 2

Mark Millar and Sean Murphy weave a joyously fun tale of two amoral “Science Bros” using time travel for all the wrong reasons.

Review: Black Mask’s Tubecomics

Review: Black Mask’s Tubecomics

Black Mask Studios has unleashed its new way for comic fans to consume comics. What’s a Tubecomic? How do they work? Are they any good? Find out all the answers inside this review.

This Comic Reviewer Read 18 Comics from 10/8 and You Won’t Believe What He Has to Say

This Comic Reviewer Read 18 Comics from 10/8 and You Won’t Believe What He Has to Say

Kelly Harrass takes a look at 18 comics from the week of October 8th. He takes a look at Avengers, Batman, Sex Criminals, Blacksad, Amazing Spider-Man, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more!

#NumberOnes - March 2014

#NumberOnes – March 2014

Captain Marvel, Moon Knight, Revenge, Starlight, Magneto and the Secret Avengers all launched last month. You should check out these strong debut issues.

Review: ‘Zero’ Vol. 1

Review: ‘Zero’ Vol. 1

Zero tells the story of how a spy named Edward Zero changed the world. Will writer, Ales Kot, change the comic world with his story? Kelly Harrass tells you his thoughts on the first five issues of the series in this review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #40

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #40

Batman! Saga! Buddy Cops! Adventure Time! This week is pretty awesome for the funny books. Check out this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review and get in on the ground floor.

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 #38

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #38

So much good stuff this week, it’s hard to even contain it. But we do. Everyone comes out swinging this week on Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #37

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #37

Not even exhaustion can keep down Retailer Privilege Comic Review. A lot of good books, a lot of action, and the introduction of a tiger as a weapon. Just saying. Hit the jump and read on.

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 #35

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #35

The Justice League expands, Alpha returns for his own series, Aquaman is a tough SOB and upcoming changes coming to the show. Viva la Vibe, it’s Retailer Privileged Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #34

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #34

So many new series are starting this week. Scary ponies, zombies and Elvis impersonators, Scarlet and Hit-Girl reappear after a long hiatus and Misty Knight has a gauntlet named Satan. Seriously, watch this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #33

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #33

Superior Spider-Man is the comic version of Lethal Weapon, Frank Castle continues his fight with The Avengers, Prince Adam says the magic words and volleyball is awesome in this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #32

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #32

There’s something different this week. See if you can find out what it is. In the meantime, three Avengers books, Chew gets real and Bedlam is MESSED up. It’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review!

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #31

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #31

The Joker is not playing with these Bat-Family people, Alpha and Wolverine show their faces and Black Kiss 2 ends a crazy, sexy bizarre story. It’s a slow week, but it’s still time for Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #30

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #30

Fresh for 2013, it’s the first Retailer Privilege Comic Review of the year! Marvel NOW! books, Spider-Man being Amazing and Superior, Walking Dead continues, The Punisher is all over the place and Nick Spencer finishes his Infinite Vacation.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #29

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #29

Cable is back, Joker runs wild on Batman’s candy a$$, and interestingly weird Image #1, familiar faces show up in TMNT and more. It’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review, Charlie Brown!!

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #28

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #28

The holiday season is in full swing. More Marvel Now! books including the most unlikely team-up book, Thunderbolts, Before Watchmen starts up again, a cool Image number one and Frank Castle is still fighting the Avengers in War Zone. It’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review!

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #27

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #27

The first issue of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is finally out! And new Marvel Now!, Before Watchmen, Adventure Time and more post-Halloween horror books. But My Little Pony is out!!! Find out how it is on this week’s Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #26

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #26

New number 1s, sexy Catwoman lives, lots of horror books after Halloween and does The Hulk have robot pants or not? All these questions and more on this pre-Thanksgiving edition of Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #25

Retailer Privilege Comic Review #25

Joker menaces the Bat-Family, we meet the parents in Saga, All New X-Men features all old X-Men and Jared goes in on Fantastic Four. Now that all this election stuff is over, let’s get back to Retailer Privilege Comic Review.

Review: Harvest #4

Review: Harvest #4

Grey’s Anatomy a little too light for you? Harvest is about the darkest, sleaziest side of health care, if by “health care” you mean “dangerous underground organ farming.” Strap in and be ready for a shower when it’s over.