The finale of "Art of the Crime" arrives in Batgirl #29.
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Leonardo reflects on his past as he makes a life-altering decision for the future of his family.
The Exorsisters is a fun series with some darker tones and revelations thrown into the mix. It's great for the fantasy lovers who also appreciate a...
Middlewest is a beautifully drawn and colored comic. It follows a young man named Abel as he tries to find his way in a world that has suddenly...
Flavor is self-described as a Young Adult Culinary Fantasy, and there couldn’t possibly be a more accurate or evocative way of explaining it. It...
Heroes are "born again" in Marvel Knights 20th Anniversary #2
It seems Justice League Dark is not welcome anywhere and everywhere they go trouble follows.
Mutants once again try to save a world that hates them in Uncanny X-Men #1.
Supergirl turns in Road House in Supergirl #24
Trapped on a new strange world, switched costumes, Rita's new plan has thrown the Power Rangers for a loop!
Families can be strange and even stranger when you keep what goes bump in the night at bay.
Jake has picked up his guitar once again to help fuel Murder Falcon with the power of metal, but will it be enough?
Nash isn't your regular truck driver and this isn't your regular road trip. Ghost, bug people, shapeshifters of all kinds abound in Brother Nash Vol...
Who made all of heroes forget who they where?
Mystery, deceit, and lies all swirl around Hal Jordan in The Green Lantern #1.
Should we embrace or fear those with powers in Category Zero #1