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Curse of Brimstone #3 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo

Curse of Brimstone #3 Review: A Brutal and Compelling Issue

The Salesman’s Hound has beaten Brimstone, and Joe and Annie barely get away from her. Their escape route leads them to the doorstep of the Salesman himself. He has their dad hostage and threatens to kill him if Joe/Brimstone doesn’t start doing what he asks. Curse of Brimstone #3 brings the climax to the first […]

Curse of Brimstone #2 cover by Philip Tan and Rain Beredo

The Curse of Brimstone #2 Review: Saving the Hometown

Joe awakens in his own bed. His sister, Annie, tells him that she brought him home, and York Hills has been decimated. Fires burst out across the city, but they were punctuated by falling ash and a blizzard. Joe comes clean about Brimstone and the Salesman, and the two try to find out who the […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 04/04/18

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of April 4th, 2018: New Series Galore!

It’s time for that time-honored tradition of a doofy guy with pretensions of being an expert on the subject telling you what comics you should look for at your comic shop this week. That’s right, it’s time to figure out what comics should go in your pull box on April 4th, 2018. For the full […]

Writer’s Commentary: Jeremy Whitley Talks Vampirella #9

Dynamite has sent us a new writer’s commentary featuring Jeremy Whitley talking about Vampirella #9. It has covers by Philip Tan and Johnny Desjardins while interior art was done by Andy Belanger, Creees Lee, and Paulo Barrios. Okay, let’s do some commentary, shall we? Page 1: Every issue is someone’s first issue, right? I like the […]


Writer’s Commentary: Paul Cornell And Jeremy Whitley Talk Vampirella #7

Dynamite has sent over a writer’s commentary by Paul Cornell and Jeremy Whitley for Vampirella #7. Cover by Philip Tan, interiors by Andy Belanger. Here is an epic commentary on Vampirella #7, featuring an unprecedented changing of the guard in writer right before your eyes on the printed page! Now that is tag teaming! Buy your copy, in […]

Batman: The Drowned #1 cover by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson

Batman the Drowned #1: The Sea-Bat

On another Earth, Bryce Wayne witnesses her beloved Sebastian Kyle murdered by metahumans. This leads her down a warpath which ends in the deaths of all metahumans on Earth. When Atlantis surfaced to greet the wider world, she mutated herself and created a deadly army to take the fight under the ocean. When offered the […]


Josh’s Throwback Corner: The Savage Hawkman #1-8

We return to the Throwback Corner this week, with a beloved of mine from the early days of the New 52: The Savage Hawkman. It’s one that I feel was grossly underrated, and Tony S. Daniel, Philip Tan, and Cliff Richards did a damn fine job in putting this comic together. I specify the first […]

Brimstone Joins DC’s ‘Dark Matter’ By Justin Jordan And Philip Tan

Two more titles have been announced for DC’s Dark Matter lineup at the DC Metal panel at San Diego Comic Con. We just told you about The Terrifics, by Jeff Lemire and Ivan Reis, giving us the closest thing we’re likely to get to a Fantastic Four comic for the foreseeable future. Joining that book […]

Valiant Unleashes Chromium Covers This Summer

Valiant comics has a new retailer incentive push that involve 5 wraparound chromium covers for their big Armor Hunters 18-part event this summer. The covers will come out in June and July and will feature the art of Jorge Molina, Mico Suayah, Clayton Crain, Philip Tan and Lewis LaRosa. Each Chromium cover is a jumping on […]

Valiant On Broadway – NYCC Recap

As Valiant Comics moves into their second season, the company had a plethora of announcements to make during the New York Comic Con. Big news with names attached like Christopher Priest, M. D. Bright, Greg Pak and Philip Tan and changes to titles like Quantum and Woody, Eternal Warrior and a cover for Unity. This […]

Cover Variance: Unity #1 From Philip Tan

Here’s the Collector’s Paradise variant cover of Unity #1, by classic Valiant artist Philip Tan. You can see how it was put together below – the original art is going in the store owber’s extensive X-O Manowar collection…