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Revolution TPB ComicWow! Review

This Trade Paperback includes Revolution: Prelude and Revolution issues 1-5. If you read IDW comics, you know that their lineup that includes many toy-related titles...

G.I. Joe #2 ComicWow! Review

This new GI Joe title is aligned very heavily with the events of the Revolution event that consolidated and integrated several Hasbro-themed titles, including...

Star Trek: Waypoint #3 ComicWow! Review

Mairghread Scott wrote “The Wildman Maneuver” with a mild but affectionate tongue in cheek.  Told from the viewpoint of Naomi Wildman, is likewise illustrated...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #6 ComicWow! Review

This comic continues to impress with its daring choice of stories and topics. It is set in the TMNT universe, but it does not...

Locke & Key: Small World #1 ComicWow! Review

Locke & Key is by no means a new series. The title was first published in early 2008, with the story arc, “Welcome to...

Chris Samnee’s Daredevil: Artist’s Edition HC ComicWow! Review

IDW released this edition in coordination with Marvel.  This is another volume in their Artist’s Edition series.  IDW describes the Artist’s Editions as “a...

A Mysterious Melody ComicWow! Review

Bernard Cosey is a Swiss cartoonist with several European comic credits including Lost in the Alps, Jonathan, and In Search Of Peter Pan. Interestingly,...

Love is Love ComicWow! Review

This combined effort from DC Entertainment and IDW was organized by Marc Andreyko. IDW stated in their release that “All material has been kindly donated,...

G.I. Joe #1 ComicWow! Review

  Some decades ago, Hasbro created several different lines of toys.  They revived the venerable GI Joe series, and brought forth Transformers and The Micronauts. ...

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...