Saturday, August 24, 2019


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Jack Kirby Forever People Artist’s Edition ComicWow! Review

IDW is celebrating Jack Kirby’s monumental contribution to American comics with a series of Artists Editions (Fantastic Four, Kamandi, Thor, Mister Miracle, New Gods)...

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1954—Black Sun #1 ComicWow! Review

In 1944, Professor Trevor Bruttenholm found a strange creature in the ruins of a Scottish church. He named it Hellboy, and brought him to...

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...

The October Faction: Deadly Season #2 ComicWow! Review

The October Faction - Steve Niles first ongoing comic – is full of examples of why we love Steve Niles. This is something of an...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #69 ComicWow! Review

Kevin Eastman (along with Peter Laird) is famous as one of the Creators of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Tom Waltz wrote for TMNT, Galaxy...

The Visitor: How & Why He Stayed #1 ComicWow! Review

In what might be the most mysterious Hellboy spinoff to date, we meet someone new from Hellboy’s past. As the story goes, in 1944,...

The X-Files: Origins #1 ComicWow! Review

The X-Files is one of the longest-running sci-fi shows in TV history. In it, FBI agents explore and investigate unexplained cases known as “X-Files.”...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #5 ComicWow! Review

This issue contains two stories.  The second focuses on Leonardo's internal struggles.  He confronts and deals with his own inner demons so that he...

Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #1 ComicWow! Review

Lord Baltimore is missing. The Red King has taken over the vast majority of the world. Baltimore’s team has been driven apart, some are...

GWAR: Orgasmageddon #1 ComicWow! Review

Eons ago, aliens from the planet Scumdogia named GWAR were banished to the “insignificant” Earth. They created humans, triggered an Ice Age, and were...