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Oni Press Injects Comics Into Politics with Draw Out the Vote

People are always complaining on the internet about people injecting their politics into comic books, but is it time to start complaining about comics in politics? That may be the case, as Oni Press has launched a new website called Draw Out the Vote, featuring comic voting guides for every state. A press release provides […]


Top and Bottom 5 Comics of August 29th, 2018: X-Men Soars, Nightwing Trips

We’ve come to the end of another week. The Hunt for Wolverine reached its Dead Ends, Rick and Morty fought D&D, and Nightwing, Daredevil, Batgirl, and Red Hood and the Outlaws all had annuals. What were the best and worst of the week? I dunno, I haven’t decided yet. Read it below to find out. Wins 1. X-Men: Blue #34 The House always […]

Rick and Morty #41 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern

Rick and Morty #41 Review: Enter the Rick Revenge Squad

Party Dog wants revenge on Rick Sanchez. Rick killed several Party Dog’s lieutenants a few months back, and he’s putting together a kill crew to take care of the spiky-haired earthling. The Rick Revenge is made up of Peacock Jones, Mr. Sick, Prince Detrar of Mars, and a man on the inside on Earth. Can […]

Rick and Morty #40 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern

Rick and Morty #40 [Late] Review: Putting Pickle Rick to Bed

Rick and Morty are trapped in a Hunger Games/Battle Royale-style experience that pits them against a horde of killers in the hopes that they can win a trip to Balls Deep, a high-end resort where your every whim is catered. Their tactics involve Rick turning himself into an inanimate object to distract their enemies while […]



Woman, Bear Romance Comic ‘My Boyfriend is a Bear’ Optioned by Legendary

One year ago almost to the day, Bleeding Cool asked the question: could Oni Press’ My Boyfriend is a Bear be the next Game of Thrones? Today, proving once again that Bleeding Cool is the most prescient comic news site in the business when it comes to blithely making vague predictions and then claiming to […]

Preview BroBots Vol. 3, The Only Comic from Oni Press in Stores on Wednesday

Quality over quantity; that’s Oni Press’s motto this week, as the publisher is releasing just one comic in stores on August 15th, the all-ages BroBots Vol. 3: BroBots and the Shoujo Shenanigans, by J. Torres and Sean Dove. It’s $12.99 for this 40 page book, so it’s understandable that you’d want to see it before […]

Look Inside Sarah Graley’s Kim Reaper: Vampire Island #1

Oni Press has released a preview of the upcoming next volume of Sarah Graley’s Kim Reaper. Kim Reaper: Vampire Island is set to hit stores on September 5th, with a variant cover by Katy Farina. If you can’t wait that long, you can have a little taste below, but you’ll have to pay full price […]

The Long Con #1 cover by Ea Denich

The Long Con #1 Review: A Convention After the Apocalypse

A pair of soldiers outside a FEMA facility are surprised by an alien. Upon killing it, they discover that it’s just a guy in a suit. The world has been destroyed, and there are few safe areas left. Victor is a reporter for one of the remaining newspapers, and his editor wants him to dig […]


Oni Press Forced to Plan Own 20th Birthday Party at Rose City Comic Con

In the saddest thing to happen in comics since DC gave a glowing review to its own Man of Steel series, Oni Press is planning its own birthday party this year. The company is turning 20, and rather than let a friend or loved one throw them a party, Oni is doing it themselves during […]

Scott Pilgrim Special Edition

Oni to Publish New Scott Pilgrim Collections for 15th Anniversary

Oni Press is planning to “level up” in celebration of the 15th-anniversary of the release of Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Life, and the way they’re doing that is… releasing Scott Pilgrim again. This time, the hit comic by Bryan Lee O’Malley, which Oni Press has called “a classic”, will come in three hardcover collections, retailing for $29.99 each, and featuring the coloring of Nathan Fairbairn. […]

Shadow Roads #1 cover by A. C. Zamudio and Carlos Nicolas Zamudio

Shadow Roads #1 Review: An Intriguing Start for This Sci-Fi Western

A young Native American named Henry Grey and his friend, Barry, explore a British museum with an extensive, yet still racist, exhibit on Native American culture. Henry is dissatisfied and feels that he knows nothing more about his heritage, but a strange man appears and gives him a strange knife. In America, a man named […]

Rick and Morty #39 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern

Rick and Morty #39 Review: Less Interesting than Usual but Still Fun

Rick and Morty are on another adventure through space when they are stopped by law enforcement for possession of illicit materials (a cookie wafer Rick has made from the memories of sentient beings). They are held in custody, and Rick discovers that one of their holding mates is the lieutenant of a crime lord called […]



Kaijumax Season 4 #1 cover by Zander Cannon

Kaijumax: Season 4 #1 Review – Return to the Monster Prison

Zhang has been transferred to an all-women’s jail with a whole new set of monsters and dangers to fear. She meets the new set of inmates, like Goat, the Lady, the Trihistoric Monster, and others. The warden seems kinder, but the guards are just as mean. Goat is itching for a fix. Zhang is afraid […]