SANDMAN UNIVERSE / HAL JORDAN & THE GLC / FANTASTIC FOUR [Reviews]: First Family Homecoming!

Vertigo has a special place in the hearts of a lot of people who grew up reading comics in the Nineties. Karen Berger and Shelly Bond curated a ridiculous run of titles for mature readers based on the sensibilities of Alan Moore’s SWAMP THING, Grant Morrison’s DOOM PATROL, and Neil Gaiman’s SANDMAN that yielded a …

MARVEL TWO-IN-ONE / MOON KNIGHT [Reviews]: New Year, New Me.

It's strange to think that there hasn't been a Fantastic Four comic in 2-and-a-half years, and the Fantastic Four have been absent from Marvel Comics in two. Considering they're my favorite superhero team, I've certainly missed them; but until I found out about the return of Marvel Two-In-One with a story called "Fate of the …

THE WALKING DEAD / STRAYER / GHOSTBUSTERS / CRY HAVOC [Reviews]: Monster Mash.

This is it: the 150th issue of The Walking Dead has finally arrived (or at least did two weeks ago!), The little zombie train that could.. has. Indeed, if you are going into this expecting shockers like a season finale cliffhanger -- or a repeat of Issue #100 -- you will be either disappointed or elated that no one …

SECRET WARS #1 [Face-Off Review]: The Whole Gang’s Here!

It's the biggest Marvel Comics event since last week! Well, OK, fine. Secret Wars 2.0 (or is this now 3.0?) is easily the biggest Marvel event ever. There, hyperbole up the ying. But it's true. With SW, every significant Marvel event/crossover/elseworlds tale/universe dukes it out for the Wrestlemania of superhero Royal Rumbles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FQRDW3IaZ4 Hope that …