ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week.
SAVING MY REMAINING AC-DC PUNS FOR THE LAST ISSUE - Blackest Night 7
"Blackest Night"'s main title book is back after taking the month of January off, possibly in the hopes that we'd forget how it claimed that every single character resurrection that's ever occurred in the DC Universe was all part of Nekron's masterful years-long plan. Still no further elaboration on that statement h
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. GOD-BYE - Incredible Hercules 141
For almost thirty issues Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente have been breathing new life into the Greek pantheon's role in the Marvel Universe in "Incredible Hercules," and in that time it's been one of the best ongoing books in the core Marvel Universe. And now, with Incredible Hercules 141, the "Assault on New Olympu
While a few damaged (and probably now collectible) copies of "Choker" #1 have made to the stands, the official release date of the new miniseries by writer Ben McCool and artist Ben Templesmith isn't till the 24th, but we've got an advance review of the comic to tide you over while you wait
BATMAN & ROBIN (& BATWOMAN, & KNIGHT, & SQUIRE, & BATMAN AGAIN) - Batman and Robin 8
Much of Grant Morrison's writing for the DC Universe over the past several years has involved callbacks to past events on a level that even the most devout of continuity fans would probably consider obscure references to details they never expected to see again. So it's only fitting that the cliffhanger from the last issue of
I've not been a fan of J. Michael Straczynski's run on "The Brave and the Bold." I thought he wasn't a good match for a series of one-shot stories with a rotating cast of heroes. I thought he often tried to
Most of the entertainment that you and I consume on a daily basis is built on the foundation of escapism. And pleasant as it is, there's a danger inherent in such wondrous fantasies. The most common such example follows this path: Extreme overindulgence in fictional worlds leads someone to become disassociated with the real world and their real friends
I know that I've talked a lot about Mike Carey and Peter Gross' Vertigo series lately, and I'd normally be hesitant to cover the same book over and over again in this space. But issue #9 of "The Unwrit
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