Dissonance has a brilliant base concept but feels oddly flat beyond that, despite some fantastic artwork from Sami Barsi.
Aquaman #32, Wonder Woman/Conan #5 and more are covered in our mini-review round-up for this week!
Kara Zor-El begins the training of an Amazon as Booster Gold begins training Jaime Reyes in the latest issue of Injustice 2.
Harley Quinn #34 is a fantastic finale, cementing that Conner and Palmiotti’s run as the quintessential, modern take on Harley Quinn.
Only the most enthusiastic of post-apocalyptic fiction fans will want to tour this Factory, which is a dull, ugly tale born of the worst dystopian cliches.
Days of Hate takes us on a dark journey to a future America where hatred is endorsed by the government, but does it fail to go far enough in building its world?
The chimes of The Ice Cream Man deliver us deliciously deadly treats, in this new anthology horror series from Image Comics!
Don’t let the cute artwork fool you into thinking this a mere kids’ comic. Atlas & Axis is closer to Conan The Barbarian than Pound Puppies.