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Matts Kindt and Smith Launch Folklords at BOOM! in November

Matts Kindt and Smith Launch Folklords at BOOM! in November

Two prominent comic book Matts, Matt Kindt and Matt Smith, are teaming up for a new five-issue series at explosive publisher BOOM! Studios in November. Folklords, a press release tells us, is “about a young man whose forbidden quest reveals the shocking truth about his world and turns everything he ever knew upside down.” In […]

Grass Kings Vol. 1: A Little Boring but Builds Potential

Grass Kings Vol. 1: A Little Boring Honestly, But Ends With Promise [Review]

Grass Kings is an American modern murder-mystery, borrowing elements of fantasy and the Old West to tell the story about three brothers and the dissident slice of land they call home.  As an Eisner nominee for 2018’s Best New Series, this release from Boom Studios is a tempting trade to add to your collection, especially […]


Earn Your Preview Badge With This First Look at Black Badge #4

Explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has revealed your first look at Black Badge #4, the series which asks the question everyone has been dying to know: what if the Boy Scouts were an elite team of black ops soldiers? Hey, don’t look at us. You’re the ones who keep asking the question. Said BOOM! Senior Editor Eric […]

First Look at Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins’s Black Badge #3

BOOM! Studios has released a first look at the upcoming Black Badge #3, the next chapter of the comic by Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins about an elite group of boy scouts used for black op missions by the government. Based on a true story. Probably. The comic is hitting stores on October 17th, and […]

A Top Secret Comic Book Project from Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt?

The first rule of secret comic book projects is: don’t talk about secret comic book projects. But superstar comic book creators Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt don’t follow the rules, so Lemire, who once referred to Kindt as his comic soulmate, took to Twitter to tease an upcoming secret project with Kindt. My buddy @mattkindt […]

X-O Manowar #18 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #18 Review: A Fine Finish

Aric and Sabbas are in the gladiatorial arena trying to survive the simulated naval battle being held. The two use this as an opportunity to escape and make it out of the arena. Aric is still intent on finding his friend Gafti’s brother, Batwin. Arin sneaks into the compound where Batwin is being held, but […]

X-O Manowar #17 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #17 [Late] Review: Historical Fiction Interrupting the Sci-Fi

Aric of Dacia has just been saved from the wrath of the Romans by his new friend Sabbas. On their trip to the next destination, Sabbas explains how he came to be here, riding with the Forgotten Warriors of Thamud and encountering the Lost Ninth Legion. Aric and Sabbas sail for Rome itself, but they […]

Harbinger Wars II #4 Review: The Showdown of Livewire and X-O Manowar

The Loveboat is falling out of the sky, being driven by Bloodshot and Livewire. X-O Manowar tries to stop it, but Livewire keeps him distracted. On the inside, Geomancer and Peter Stanchek come together to try and stop this potential disaster. On the ground, Ninja-K and Major Charlie Palmer have it out one last time. […]

First Look at Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins’s Black Badge #2

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at the second issue of Black Badge, the hit new series by Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins about an elite team of boy scouts doing black ops for the government, based on a true story (probably). Meet the Black Badges, a top-secret, elite branch of boy scouts tasked […]

Black Badge #1 cover by Matt Kindt

Black Badge #1 Review: The Dark and Absurd Extremes of Loyalty

Black Badge #1 cover by Matt Kindt[/caption] Black Badge #1 is a dark absurdist parody of the blind loyalty inherent in the Boy Scouts and, to a certain extent, the Armed Forces. The Black Badge troop goes into South Korea knowing only the broadest of strokes of their mission, and it is a life-threatening task. […]

Harbinger Wars II #3 cover by JG Jones and Diego Rodriguez

Harbinger Wars II #3 Review: Changing Sides and Bloody Mayhem

Bloodshot and Livewire discovered that Geomancer is the one powering the Loveboat and keeping it aloft. The Geomancer strikes at Bloodshot, and Ray begins his warpath through G.A.T.E and the Loveboat. Meanwhile, Ninja-K, X-O Manowar, and Major Palmer have discovered the Psiot boy whose powers have gone out of control. However, Faith and another contingence […]

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First Look at Black Badge #1 by Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins

BOOM! Studios has released a first look inside Black Badge #1, the new ongoing series from Grass Kings creative team Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins. The series was announced back in May. In the press release, BOOM! Senior Editor Eric Harburn drew the short straw and was forced to provide the latest in a never-ending […]

X-O Manowar #16 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #16 Review: Harbinger Wars II Holding Pattern

Sabbas is hunted by the brothers of the slaver he killed, and he escapes on a boat, meeting a writer along the way. The two have a bizarrely shared vision of a tale of a cursed ring. Elsewhere, Aric continues to fight the Huns wherever he can. This leads him into the presence of those […]

Harbinger Wars II #2 cover by J.G. Jones and Diego Rodriguez

Harbinger Wars II #2 Review: High Action and Gorgeous Art

A Psiot runs from Livewire’s hideout in Ohio while the rest contemplate if they are truly at war with the rest of the world. Charlie Palmer, X-O Manowar, and Ninja-K catch up with Peter Stanchek, and a battle ensues. Elsewhere, Livewire helps Bloodshot infiltrate the Loveboat, the airship headquarters of G.A.T.E. Tensions continue to build […]


Ether Copper Golems #2 cover by David Rubin

Ether Copper Golems #2 Review: Less Deep and More Nonsensical

Boone and his crew escape with their recruit from the magical high security prison on Ether. They avoid the over-dragon and learn that the best chance they have of sealing the portals to Earth lies with a powerful wizard named Agrippa. This wizard as a reputation for killing less powerful wizards, so Boone’s crew are […]



Grass Kings #15 cover by Tyler Jenkins

Grass Kings #15 Review: A Somber and Satisfying Finale

The identity of the Thin-Air Killer is revealed, and we learn how much this person has affected the history and events within the Grass Kingdom. Will the killer face the justice they deserve? Will they get away? Will the Grass Kingdom survive? Grass Kings #15 brings an understated yet brutal conclusion to Matt Kindt, Tyler […]