Based on this first issue, Crosswind seems to be a sure-fire hit and easy Eisner contender. The characters are immediately interesting and the artwork is fantastic. This is easily one series you’ll want to get in on at the ground floor.
While Injustice 2 #11 provides important historical context of how Kara Zor-El came to Earth in the Injustice universe, it does little more than that.
The miraculous thing about The Tenth Doctor comic is how it remains easily accessible to new readers while being steeped in its own mythology and the mythology of the original Doctor Who shows.
The conclusion of Beneath The Waves proves a perfect conclusion to an exciting and thrilling Doctor Who story.
With an all-star ensemble of amazing actors, the Season Finale of American Gods offers a divine spectacle that will keep even fans of the book guessing.
The Eaters Of Light may infuriate those who prefer their Doctor Who free of mysticism and unanswered questions, but it’s a ripping yarn taken on its own terms.
The Titans’ most mysterious member, Omen, takes center-stage in this issue, which pits her against the Fearsome Five’s psychic, Psimon in a battle of wills!
Off-model artwork and a story that tells us more than it shows make Batgirl & The Birds Of Prey #11 a disappointing opening to the Open Source storyline.