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Grand Passion #4 ComicWow! Review

James Robinson is a multiple-Eisner Award Winner.  He has written for both Marvel and DC.  His credits include Starman, Squadron Supreme, Scarlet Witch, and...

Betty Boop #4 ComicWow! Review

In this philanthropic issue of Betty Boop, she and her crew are raising money for the orphanage, but of course Lenny Lizardlips gets in...

Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman #2 ComicWow! Review

In issue #1 of Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman, the cabal CASTRA started causing problems in D.C. with bombs, threats, theft, and...

Brickleberry: Armoogeddon ComicWow! Review

THIS TRADE PAPERBACK IS NSFW—it contains material inappropriate for younger readers. Roger Black and Waco O’Guin created Brickleberry, Stankervision, and the character of Yucko the...

Vampirella #0 ComicWow! Review

This is a budget item, and short comic — only about 18 pages of story and art. Paul Cornell wrote a lot of Dr. Who,...

“ALL THINGS END…”

Dynamite proudly provides the first teaser for a spectacular new comics event slated for April 2017!

Grand Passion #3 ComicWow! Review

  James Robinson is a multiple-Eisner Award Winner.  He has written for both Marvel and DC.  He is best known for his work on Starman,...

A Train Called Love TPB ComicWow! Review

This trade paperback includes Issues 1-10. Garth Ennis (Stitched, the Boys, The Authority, War Stories, etc.) has proven several times that he can turn his...

Wonder Woman ’77 Meets the Bionic Woman #1 ComicWow! Review

Dynamite Entertainment and DC Comics are bringing us a team-up like no other! Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman cross paths as they save...

Grand Passion #1 ComicWow! Review

Steve and Mabel are outlaws. They make a living by driving across the country and robbing banks while in different disguises. Mac is a...