WE ONLY FIND THEM WHEN THEY’RE DEAD / BLACK WIDOW / HELLBLAZER – RISE AND FALL [Reviews]: Cosmic Comic Cavalcade.

Let’s just start off by simply saying We Only Find Them When They’re Dead by Boom! Studios beat the hype. A beautiful creative team between current rockstar writer Al Ewing and artist Simone Di Meo. Ewing, known of course for his Eisner nominated run on Immortal Hulk, and taking over the reigns on Guardians of …

BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC [Review]: Don’t Call It A Comeback.

Another week, another straight-to-streaming release for a major motion picture due to the ongoing pandemic (yes! It's still going on!). With the conclusion of what can only be described as "an absolute surreal, shitty week", there was at least some levity in the form of Alex Winters and Keanu Reeves and their transdimensional adventures through …

BATMAN – THE THREE JOKERS [Review]: Three’s Company.

Taking a bit of a breather between introducing the concept, and completing the meta-narrative Doomsday Clock, writer Geoff Johns' first issue of Three Jokers has finally hit shelves. As he had done with Doomsday Clock, Johns is balancing a few different narrative threads while simultaneously offering a meta-textual exploration of Gotham's Clown Prince Of Crime. …

I SUPPORT BLACK SUPERHEROES [Belser-Verse, Part 7]: A Goddess Among X-Men.

In previous ISBSH articles, we've explored mainly male superheroes. I feel that it's only right to show that gender has nothing to do with heroism, since real life African American heroines like Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Angela Davis have shown the world the ability of a strong black woman. Now is my chances to …

STAR TREK – LOWER DECKS [Review]: Vibrant Voyage.

The third currently-running incarnation of the long-running, and wildly influential, Star Trek series is one of its least likely: a half-hour animated comedy. The brainchild of Mike McMahan -- alumni of Second City, and former writer and/or co-creator for Rick And Morty, Solar Opposites, and with experience working on both Drawn Together and South Park …

JUDGE DREDD – FALSE WITNESS / GREEN LANTERN – EARTH ONE, VOL. 2 [Reviews]: Just Us.

The story of Justice Academy washout and courier of illegal goods to the wealthy of Mega-City One, Mathias Lincoln, continues. During his crisis of conscience about his unbeknownst delivery of a bio-weapon last issue, we get to see flashbacks of his childhood among the mutants of the Cursed Earth, outside of the Mega-City. We also …