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2021-09-23T00:00:40
REVIEW: The Trial of Magneto #2 Pushes Magneto to the Emotional Brink
A stunning last page reveal and compelling character drama make Leah Williams and Lucas Werneck’s The Trial of Magneto #2 a gripping X-Men comic.
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2021-09-20T22:00:36
Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. 1957: Family Ties Uncovers the Horrors of Suburbia
The iconic Dark Horse character is back in Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. 1957: Family Ties, an unnerving one-shot that's full of comedic horror.
Comics
2021-09-20T21:30:38
Batman: The World Celebrates the Dark Knight in a Charming Anthology
In DC Comics' Batman: The World, a diverse group of creators from around the world share their spin on the Dark Knight in an impressive anthology.
Comics
2021-08-31T17:00:27
Captain America: How the Winter Soldier Really Got His Memories Back
In comics, Bucky Barnes had a very different journey to recover his memories than the one depicted in the MCU's Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Comics
2021-08-13T23:03:34
Flashpoint Batman Just Realized He Was Wrong About Bruce Wayne
In Infinite Frontier #4, the Batman created by Flashpoint finally realized that his opinion of and campaign against Bruce Wayne was misguided.
Comics
2021-08-07T00:01:06
Old Head Remixes Basketball and Dracula for a Bloody Good Time
Image Comics' Old Head delightfully mashes together supernatural fun with basketball, creating a bizarre but highly enjoyable comic.
Comics
2021-08-05T06:31:41
Icon & Rocket: Season One #1 Lands a Solid Origin Story for Its Groundbreaking Heroes
The groundbreaking Milestone series returns with a familiar but confident reintroduction to its heroes in Icon and Rocket: Season One #1.
Comics
2021-07-19T23:07:25
Mouse Guard: The Owlhen Caregiver Illustrates the Power of Community
David Petersen returns to his acclaimed Mouse Guard series for a collection of short stories that beautifully depict community and the pain of loss.
Comics
2021-07-09T22:37:23
Justice League Infinity #1 Revives the DCAU League With Thrilling Heart
Justice League Infinity #1 reads like a natural and compelling extension of DC's beloved animated series Justice League Unlimited.
Comics
2021-07-06T08:00:16
Wynd Book One: The Flight of the Prince Is an Epic Coming-of-Age Fantasy
Wynd establishes an original and engrossing mythology with a deeply resonant and important message that is appropriate for readers of all ages.
Comics
2021-07-06T07:42:25
Legends of the Dark Knight #1 Is a Familiar Tour of Gotham
Longtime Batman readers will find little new in this premiere issue of the DC Digital First title that revives the iconic anthology series.
Comics
2021-07-06T07:24:18
Scout Comics' The Impure #1 Is an Ambitious But Uneven Sci-Fi Adventure
The Impure is an exciting and lovingly-rendered first issue full of intriguing sci-fi concepts whose greatest sin is trying to do too much.
Exclusives
2021-07-06T06:19:11
Seven Secrets Vol. 1 Introduces an Imaginative and Exciting Globe-Hopping Adventure
The first collection of Seven Secrets sets up an intriguing high concept with an engaging, multicultural cast propelled by dynamic action.
Comics
2021-07-06T05:22:17
Peanuts: Scotland Bound, Charlie Brown Channels the Spirit of Charles Schulz
This new graphic novel Scotland Bound, Charlie Brown offers a perfect introduction for new fans and a joyous romp for long-time lovers of Peanuts.
Comics
2021-07-06T05:06:13
Guardians of the Galaxy #13 Brings Readers Into an Exciting New Cosmic Era
Guardians of the Galaxy #13 has fun, big ideas and emotional character moments, but doesn't live up to the issue's explosive potential
Comics
2021-07-06T03:48:32
Way of X # 1 Asks Big Questions About the X-Men's New Nation
Way of X is a strong debut with a thoughtful psychological exploration of one of the X-Men’s most beloved characters.
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