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Aquaman #35 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

The Elders of Atlantis finally begin to turn on King Corum Rath. The Undercurrent, led by King Shark and Jurok Byss fight the Drift down in the Ninth Tride. The transformed Cadaver spreads his new diseased form to the Drift, and this begins to turn the tide in the Ninth. The Aquaman finally arrives to […]

Judge Dredd Goes to Hell in Rebellion/2000 AD’s July 2018 Solicits

Judge Dredd Megazine and 2000 AD trudge onwards this July, with the latter bringing the story, “Elevator Pitch,” which brings Judge Dredd to Hell itself. This story will be brought to life by creators Rob Williams and Chris Weston. Full solicits from Rebellion are available below. JUDGE DREDD MEGAZINE 398 398 on sale 18 July 2018 More action and adventure in […]


Is the Big Secret Guardians of the Galaxy Easter Egg Hidden… in the DNA?

Since it was released in 2014, fans have been discovering Easter eggs in Guardians of the Galaxy, but according to director James Gunn, there’s one major Easter egg that nobody has found yet, and it’s a secret he refuses to reveal until he’s on his deathbed. Well, thankfully, James Gunn is in good health, but […]


Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 03/28/18

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of March 28th, 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

It’s time for the Comics for Your Pull Box! We actually have a pretty packed lineup this week, so let’s go ahead and get started. Animosity #13 Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de Latorre‘s Animosity has been on of AfterShock’s best series since it started. The current arc is rising to a fever pitch as the farmers, the hive, and […]

Aquaman #34 cover by Andy Kubert and Alex Sinclair

Aquaman #34 Review: An Origin Story for a Memorable Villain?

Aquaman and the Undercurrent have brought down the Crown of Thornes, but the regime of King Corum Rath is not over. Rath intends to retaliate, and we are granted a look into his childhood and the events that made Rath the man he is now. Plus, we see how his rule is being challenged from […]


Titans #21 cover by Paul Pelletier, Andrew Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas

Titans #21 Review: The Struggles of a Recovering Addict

Monsieur Mallah and the Brain move onto the next phase of their plan, and Arsenal contacts Donna Troy about his experience with Cheshire’s drugs from last issue. He tells her to tell the Justice League about what he’s discovered, but Batman finds no evidence of Roy’s claims. They worry that he’s hit a backslide, and […]

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Read Battlestar Galactica: Death of Apollo #1 by Abnett and Smith

Dynamite and Groupees have paired up for a build-your-own bundle featuring digital Battlestar Galactica comics. This deal is designed to fit any budget, with three free comics followed by a “Build Your Own Bundle” option — or you can get all 3,104 pages of digital comics for just $19.78 (the year the series launched on television). There […]

Mera Queen of Atlantis #1 cover by Nicola Scott and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.4: Mera Queen of Atlantis #1

Welcome to the first official episode of Bleeding Cool’s Comics Chatter! This is the show where I, Comic Reviews Editor Josh Davison, chat the week’s releases with my co-hosts. This week I am joined by Eliot, our comments moderator and sometimes comic reviewer on BC. We will be talking about Marvel’s Peter Parker: The Spectacular […]



Aquaman #33 cover by Stjepan Sejic

Aquaman #33 Review: A Beautiful Crescendo to a Great Story

Mera is barely clinging to life. Her only chance at survival is being returned to the surface, but the Crown of Thorns still surrounds Atlantis. Aquaman and a small contingency of the Undercurrent are putting it all on the line to bring down the magics that sustain the Crown. This is the Aquaman’s final stand. […]

John Romita Jr. Wants to Be “the Most Un-PC Person in All of Comics”

Superstar artist and member of DC’s Master Class, John Romita Jr., has a new book in stores next week: The Silencer #1, written by Dan Abnett, and part of DC’s New Age of DC Heroes initiative. Romita gave an interview to Vaneta Rogers at Newsarama talking about the book, and one theme kept coming up […]

Aquaman #32 cover by Stjepan Sejic

Aquaman #32 Review: Who Will Rule Atlantis Next?

Aquaman approaches King Shark with his request that the Ninth Tride gangs join up with the Undercurrent. Nearby, Dolphin has discovered Mera dying in an air bubble. She signals Arthur, who quickly comes to find his ailing beloved. He returns to the Undercurrent with Mera and Dolphin. Ondine turns into his unexpected savior, and she […]

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Abnett and Culbard’s Wild’s End Returns to BOOM! for Journey’s End OGN

Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard‘s sci-fi trilogy starring cute, anthropomorphic animals will conclude in June with Wild’s End: Journey’s End OGN from BOOM! Studios. But despite saying End twice in the title, that doesn’t mean that Journey’s End is The End for Wild’s End. “Both Ian and I have loved working on Wild’s End — it’s a […]

Titans #19 cover by Paul Pelletier, Andrew Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas

Titans #19 Review: Judgement Day for the Titans

In light of the chaos with Troia, the Justice League are unsure if the Titans are capable of operating as a team. Wally West has had troubles with his powers, and Donna Troy has dealt with a lot of startling revelations about her identity in recent weeks. As such, the Justice League is unsure if […]

The Silencer #1 cover by John Romita Jr. and Sandra Hope

The Silencer #1 Review: Mum’s the Word and the Hero

Honor Guest is a mother and a wife who just wants to live a quiet life. She has a past she is trying to escape, but that is disrupted when a brute named Killbox approaches her in the parking lot of a grocery store with the intent of killing her. I genuinely respect and am […]