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Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 cover by Dean Ornstom and Dave Stewart

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 Review – Lair of the Dragonfly

Lucy discovered that Madame Dragonfly and Colonel Weird are behind the heroes being trapped in this small farm town. Meanwhile, Abe and the Barbalien have a heart-to-heart about their current situation and love lives. Barbalien tries to get Abe to just accept that things are going well. However, Golden Gail is about to make a […]

Image Unveils Weatherman #4 Variant by Bengal

Image Comics has revealed a new variant cover by artist Bengal for meteorology-themed comic book The Weatherman, by Jody LeHeup, Nathan Fox, and Dave Stewart. Final order cutoff for the comic, and any of its three covers, is Monday, August 20th, so let your retailer know which one you want a copy of. The Weatherman […]

Gideon Falls #5 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Gideon Falls #5 Review: Upping the Intensity but Keeping the Pace Slow

Father Fred and Sheriff Miller are attacked by a crazed Joe Reddy. He stabs Fred's hand and runs off into the night. Miller and Fred find Joe's wife bleeding out on the ground before long. They find some things on the trail that lead them back to Doc Sutton. Meanwhile, Norton is trying to comfort […]

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 Review – Endless in Dreamland

Abe meets up with Tammy to talk about their relationship as well as her ex, Earl. Mark goes to meet with the Father. Black Hammer and Jack land in Dreamland, where they meet the Bereaver and his family. Lucy is eager to get back to the other heroes, so she is unwilling to stay for […]

Gideon Falls #4 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Gideon Falls #4 Review: Complex Characters and Fantastic Art

Doc Sutton explains what he knows and believes about the Black Barn to Father Fred. Sutton and Father Tom were a part of a group called the Ploughmen dedicated to fighting the Black Barn. Fred believes this is all nonsense and goes to see Sheriff Miller to talk to her about this. Meanwhile, Dr. Xu […]

Behold: Nathan Fox's Limited Edition Wraparound Variant for The Weatherman #2

Are you a fan of comic book covers, but feel like, honestly, they should probably be about twice as large? Well, you sure are in luck today, as Image Comics has revealed Nathan Fox's limited edition wraparound variant for The Weatherman #2. The Weatherman is the meteorology-themed, sold-out sensation from Jody LeHeup, Nathan Fox, and […]

Magic Order #1 cover by Olivier Coipel and Dave Stewart

The Magic Order #1 Review: We Demand to be Taken Seriously

A magician is assassinated in the dead of night. This magician was a part of the council, and this leads to the disparate Moonstone family being called together for the funeral and to decide how best to react to the threat. Another magician called Miss Albany has been stirring trouble in the council, and she […]

Batman: Detective Comics #982 cover by Sebastian Fiumara and Brad Anderson

Detective Comics #982 Review: A Darkly Beautiful One-Off Story

Deacon Blackfire has returned, and he is using the homeless and downtrodden of Gotham as the scions of his revival. He has kidnapped a young boy named Joshua to be his new vessel. Thankfully, Batman is here to stop Blackfire's schemes, but the deacon may yet infect the Dark Knight too. Detective Comics #982 is […]

Weatherman #1 cover by Nathan Fox and Marcos Martin

Weatherman #1 Advance Review: A Surprisingly Charming Lead and a Solid Flow

Nathan Bright is the weatherman of a news station on a terraformed section of Mars colonized by humans. Things are going pretty great for him, though Mars is still recovering from a terrorist attack that killed countless years ago. This last detail will soon become far more relevant to Nathan when a group of mercenaries […]

Gideon Falls #3 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Gideon Falls #3 Advance Review: What is the Black Barn?

Father Fred has another meeting with the Gideon Falls Sheriff before preparing for Sunday mass. Norton sets up defenses for his apartment in the aftermath of the robbery in his lab. Soon after, Dr. Xu arrives to share her experience with the ominous Black Barn. Gideon Falls provides another eerie and atmospheric issue courtesy of […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 2nd, 2018: We're Back, Baby

Apologies for the belated return and the lack of an entry last week, but Comic Book Wins and Losses is back! I'm still struggling to hold me to my own column schedule. Anyway, let's get started! What books took off this past week? What crashed? Read below to find the answers! Win: Action Comics Special […]

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1 cover by Dean Ormston

Black Hammer Age of Doom #1 Review: Interesting but Very Slow

Lucy, the new Black Hammer, has figured out what is going on with the Golden Age heroes and the farm they find themselves stranded upon. Unfortunately, she is mysteriously teleported away, leaving Colonel Weird despondent and Abraham Slam, Barbalian, Golden Gail, and Madame Dragonfly to discover their own way out. Meanwhile, Lucy finds herself in […]

Gideon Falls #2 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Gideon Falls #2 Review: Esoteric, Perplexing, yet Compelling and Gorgeous

Norton continues his efforts to convince his psychiatrist, Dr. Xu, that his gathering of seeming junk is for a grander purpose. He even reveals the existence of the Black Barn to Xu. Meanwhile, in Gideon Falls, Father Quinn is detained as a person of interest after the murder of Tremblay. He reaches out for help […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th, 2018: Sorting Out the New Series'

We're going to start this installment with a bit of housekeeping for those who, for whatever reason, follow my exploits here on Bleeding Cool. For those not interested, which is completely understandable, you can just start at the list below. I've been working on getting into a schedule–practically since I started on here about 10 […]