Dark Days: The Forge #1 proves a strong introduction to what promises to be an interesting mini-series. It may leave readers with more questions than answers but whatever else may be said about it, it isn’t dull.
A Prayer For Mad Sweeney is another solid episode that proves that the television adaptation of American Gods is in good hands on all fronts.
Those who enjoy stories that answer the unanswered questions of the classic Doctor Who series will find Empress of Mars to be quite enjoyable.
For 27 years, A-KON was the biggest Anime convention in Dallas. This year, the event moved to Fort Worth for it’s biggest and best event ever!
Despite being the conclusion of the Crown of Atlantis arc Aquaman #24 would be an excellent first issue for new readers ready to dive into the world of Aquaman.
The final chapter of The Rise Of Star City isn’t much of a finale. Despite being largely expository, the story seems rushed, though the art is as fine as ever.
A Murder of Gods proves that American Gods is not afraid to push buttons and that it will offer fans of the original novel new sights and wonders to behold.
Though it was written and filmed several months ago, The Lie Of The Land seems oddly prescient and incredibly relevant in these days of fake news.