Mother Panic is a slow-burn, full of angst and intrigue. With four issues on the stands, it’s clear this is a series that demands attention.
Now leading a band of Kozak warriors, Conan The Slayer seeks an alliance with the pirates of Vilayet to strike their mutual enemies, The Turans.
As a whole, Jessica Jones has been an enjoyable run. This issue doesn’t particularly hit the ceiling readers were hoping for, but it certainly maintains the floor.
With Lemire, Soule, and Yu at the helm, this should have been one of the best issues on the stand this week, unfortunately, Inhumans vs X-Men #6 comes across as lackluster and stale.
If this must be the last issue of Disney Darkwing Duck, at least the series ends on a high note. But must this be the end? Say it ain’t so, Joe Books LTD!
Fans of Neil Gaiman’s original American Gods novel will not be disappointed by this masterful adaptation by P. Craig Russell and Scott Hampton.
This first issue of The Once And Future Queen promises a clever updating of the classic King Arthur legend with modern touches.
If you have yet to give the new Green Arrow a chance, this issue marks a wonderful opportunity to see what you’ve been missing out on. If you’re a long-suffering Arrow-head wishing for a return to the good-old-days when men were men with goatees, women were women in fishnets and a comic could be socially aware while still presenting a kick-ass action sequence or two, now is the time to come home. Either way, this book is a great read and one of the strongest titles of the Rebirth line.