THE GEEEEK AWARDS [Best Comics of 2016]: ‘Rebirth’ of a Nation.

Eleven GHGers give their Top 5 Comics of the Year--ongoings and one-shots, indies and superheroes. Yeah. That's a ton of funnypages, so let's get to it! (Feel free to click on the highlighted titles to read the reviews.) 1. Shade the Changing Girl (Young Animal/DC Comics) - "Nearly every single panel could be framed and …

SAVAGE / ULTIMATES 2 / VIOLENT LOVE / ETHER [Reviews]: Grand Passion.

My first thoughts when reading Savage #1 are very familiar to my thoughts when I watched the first episode of Lost--though I only made it through one episode so don’t correct me if my comparison is incorrect!--but then as I kept reading, faint memories of Jurassic Park came to me as well. How can you …

GENERATION ZERO / RISE of the BLACK FLAME / FAITH / LAKE OF FIRE / SIXPACK & DOGWELDER [Reviews]: No More…

I wasn't allowed to do any more Valiant reviews for a time here, because I tended to hog all the reviews and give everything perfect or near-perfect scores; it was getting repetitive, and I was running out of superlatives and cliches. But, thankfully, that drought has now been broken and I've been sent the first …

HARLEY QUINN / KILL OR BE KILLED / LADY KILLER [Reviews]: Luck Be A Lady…

The first half of longtime Harley writers, Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner's Harley Quinn #1 is perfect for anyone who's introduction to the former Dr. Quinzel was Suicide Squad. It's an overview of how Harley became Harley -- from her time at Arkham, her love affair with the Joker, and her descent into zany madness. It's a monologue …

BATGIRL / HAL JORDAN & THE GLC / TITANS / PREDATOR vs. JUDGE DREDD vs. ALIENS [Reviews]: Backlash.

As a preemptive strike against internet flaming, I must admit that I am a bit of a neophyte when it comes reviewing or analyzing DC Comics. However, with the advent of the DC Rebirth, I believe my somewhat unsullied perspective on this can be quite relevant for new readers or old fans that have become …

KINGSWAY WEST / RED HOOD & THE OUTLAWS / NIGHTWING / ROM / SNOTGIRL [Reviews]: Back in the Saddle Again!

Dark Horse Comics spurs it deep for tha giddyup-and-go with their latest trailblaze from way out yonder with Kingsway West. Before we gin ‘em up and hang ‘em high, whataya ya say we break down who’s in cahoots in this here hellraisin’ posse, ya goddamned cowpokes? Greg Pak’s (Batman/Superman) spinnin’ them yarns ‘round tha campfire, …