Sunday, April 21, 2019


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Batman/TMNT Adventures #1 ComicWow! Review

This is the first issue of a six-issue crossover miniseries. There are multiple worlds and interpretations of Batman.  This is not the Frank Miller Dark Knight,...

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...