Max Fiumara



Sandman Universe #1 cover by Jae Lee and June Chung

A Sandman Newbie Reviews Sandman Universe #1: This Isn’t for New Readers

The Dreaming is fractured and broken. Its residents fear a total collapse. Lucien sends out the raven, Matthew, to find the ruler of the Dreaming, the Sandman/Daniel/Dream. To enter the real world, Matthew must find a dream and awaken the dreamer. His first attempt is foiled by an encounter with Dora. Afterwards, he enters our […]


Exclusive Look Inside Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #4

Dark Horse has sent us an exclusive look inside the fourth and final issue of Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrow. This dual-narrative story set in the world of the Eisner-Award winning Black Hammer series chronicles the legacy of a Golden-Age superhero. An aged crime fighter desperately wants to reconnect with his estranged son, who he […]

Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 2nd, 2018: Avengers Assemble!

It’s time to dig through the releases of the week and see what’s worthy of your money once more. That’s right, it’s time for Comics for Your Pull Box! As always, here is the link to ComicList so you can see the full catalogue of the week’s releases. Apologies again for the lateness of this […]


Aquaman Annual #1 cover by Max Fiumara

Aquaman Annual #1 Review: A Beautiful and Sad Story Hindered by Subpar Art

We are given a glimpse of the future. A new capital city of Atlantis has been built, and it extends above the surface of the ocean so that both Atlanteans and surface-dwellers may live in it. Aquaman and Mera are king and queen, and they have a son named Tom. Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green […]

Kelly And Fiumara Bring Heart And Style To Second Turn Of Four Eyes

There aren’t many comics on the market that surprise me anymore. The stories are original, but it’s rare to find a comic that is truly out there risk wise. Four Eyes: Heart of Fire is one of those rare books. Joe Kelly and Max Fiumara have created a stylish and gritty look at a slightly […]

“The Beginning Of A Dark Ride” Four Eyes Continues This January

From Image Comics, writer Joe Kelly (I Kill Giants, Bad Dog) and artist Max Fiumara will launch a new story arc in their genre-splicing series Four Eyes next month. Here’s what went down previously: Readers met Enrico, a young boy in an alternate 1930’s New York. The untimely passing of his father left him the man […]



Abe Sapien #12 Goes American Gothic To Tell Very Human Stories

 I’ve been hearing about the eminent arrival of Abe Sapien #12 for some time, and knew that this issue of the comic is going to bring a big shift in directions for upcoming arcs featuring Abe, kicking off what may be a new recurring character as well. But for me the book is a […]



Things To Do All Over The World This Week If You Like Hellboy And His Universe

March 22nd marks the 20th Anniversary of Hellboy in his first dedicated comic, Hellboy: Seeds of Destruction #1, and Dark Horse are officially naming it Hellboy Day with events all over the place, wherever Hellboy creators and enthusiastic retailers can be found. It’s a time for cosplay, commemoration, and raising a salute to Big Red. […]