AMC’s acclaimed BREAKING BAD prequel series is one of those rare spinoffs that is just as good or better than the original.
Category: Better Late Than Never
This noir-flavored narrative game based on the FABLES comics immerses players in a fantastic but deadly world of fairy tale characters living in present-day New York.
The first volume of Keiron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s epic yarn about young pop star gods and goddesses more than lives up to all the praise it has received from critics and readers alike.
Alan Moore’s iconic and groundbreaking superhero series is finally back in print thanks to Marvel. Does it live up to all the years of hype?
Shutter is a comic about a retired adventurer named Kate who finds out a dangerous secret about her family. It’s also really, really weird. Read on to find out why you should come to this comic by Keatinge and del Duca Better Late Than Never.
Joss Whedon and other acclaimed creators present the further adventures of Buffy and the extended Scooby Gang, free from the constraints of network TV budgets and censors, and the results are pretty damned glorious.
Bestselling novelist Joe Hill conquers another literary medium with the first volume of his universally acclaimed IDW series .
Before John Byrne reinvented him in the late Eighties, the pre-CRISIS Man of Steel received a wonderfully-crafted sendoff courtesy of a young Alan Moore that would become one of the greatest Superman stories ever published.
OCEAN’S 11 meets THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL in this first trade collection of this addictive new horror title from Image.
Thor, the God of Thunder, takes on Gorr, the God Butcher in this fantastic story that kicked off this Marvel NOW relaunch. If you’re wondering what this new villain has in mind for Thor, it’s in his name.
It’s not often that a series completely lives up to its hype, especially when the fanbase chastises you for having the balls to have not read it. In short, Nextwave is amazing.
This long-running CGI animated series pulls off the impossible in that it made the world of the STAR WARS prequels interesting and exciting. Let’s hope the next STAR WARS series is just as good.
This creepy and engaging ongoing from Tim Seeley and Mike Norton is yet another enjoyable gem from Image Comics.
Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt’s supernatural Western ongoing is one of several creator-owned titles determined to bring fun back into comics.