THE DREAMING / CEMETERY BEACH [Comic Reviews]: Tall, Dark and…

Happy Wednesday, geeks and geekettes! Not that we've overlooked these two titles, but they deserved a whole look all on their own. We've got two esteemed writers taking fresh looks at some of the freshest, weirdest (in a good way) books coming out from two of the best writers in the genre. So sneak a …

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 …

AMERICAN GODS [Series Premiere Review]: Gotta Love These ‘Gods’.

Perfect. That’s the only way I can think of to describe Starz’ adaptation of my second-favorite book. Everything was just perfect, from the casting to the visuals. In my head, I always imagined Shadow as being just a touch lighter (hence the need for that line in the book), but Ricky Whittle’s performance is spot-on. …

X-O MANOWAR / AQUAMAN / AMAZING SPIDER-MAN / BLOODSHOT REBORN / BATWOMAN / MAN-THING / AMERICAN GODS [Reviews]: Icons.

***EARLY REVIEW, OUT 3/22*** This issue, is the brand new volume  featuring X-O Manowar: the 5th century Visigoth who was abducted by aliens & ended up stranded in 21st century. Now a farmer on a distant planet, he's traded in his armor for a hoe, and is living the life of a grizzled farmer. X-O Manowar …

MIRACLEMAN / DRIVE / MIRROR’s EDGE / DANGER GIRL / DEADPOOL vs. THANOS [Reviews]: Golden State Warriors.

And so we come to the golden age of Our Neil. As-quick-as-possible context-check since this issue for all intents and purposes is a straight-up reprint: Before Marvel finally started reprinting Miracleman, I had read the first half of the Moore run (but had no idea how it ended) and was therefore riveted to finally pick …