Onion Skin (Top Shelf Productions) bursts with comedic and romantic energy as the pages become filled with delicious food.
Red Room #1 (Fantagraphics) is undeniably effective with its exploration of timely themes and the steady buildup of its suspenseful tension.
In an exclusive interview with Villain Media, writer/artist Ed Piskor talks about his cyber thriller, Red Room #1 (Fantagraphics).
A smart and exciting introduction, Everfrost #1 (Black Mask Studios) presents an engaging sci-fi adventure into a perilous dystopian future.
With a steady suspenseful beat, The Rise #1 (Heavy Metal Elements) engages with thought-provoking questions about morality and cringe-inducing scares.
An impressive follow-up, Nocterra #2 (Image Comics) presents a horrifying landscape that feels grounded and fantastical at the same time.
After reading four issues of this bare-knuckled series, I am thrilled to say Brooklyn Gladiator (Heavy Metal) is extremely entertaining in its raw grunginess. Readers will love how gleefully over-the-top Brooklyn Gladiator is when it comes to sex, violence, and its underlining social commentary. Plot: “It’s 2033, New Yorkers survive on scraps in a despoiled […]
A high octane introduction, Shadowman #1 (Valiant Entertainment) delivers an exciting supernatural thriller with engaging action and a promising lead.
Incredibly feisty and wonderfully absurd, Mother Trucker #1 (Lethal Comics) is a joyous love letter to wrestling fans and ‘80s action movies.
With stunning visuals, Dark Wing #4 (Heavy Metal Elements) lays out the groundwork of its mythology in a character-driven installment.