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The Lobster returns and this time the police are hot on his tail! An advanced review of the new trade.
Lawrence reviews Christopher Nolan's cosmic epic.
Grant Morrison's super rock icon returns in this new 2000 AD collection!
A spellbinding Native American time travel story set in an alternate universe.
These guys need to hang it up and go back to writing street-level stories.
Belongs on the shelf right next to My Little Pony so all the 8-year-old girls can get a copy.
A feline detective, a murder case, and a yellow Cadillac Eldorado -- what's not to love?
Not your typical gunslinger story -- And that's a good thing!
Lawrence reviews Batfleck's latest movie, and it's a winner.
Murder comes to Hollywood in this fantastic new series from Brubaker and Phillips.
Abnett delivers a powerhouse first issue that breathes new life into the original GotG team.
The world's favorite blonde space adventurer returns in Jean-Claude Forest's classic comic with Kelly Sue DeConnick!
A steam punk future faces a powerful eco-magic in this beautiful hardcover release from Humanoids.
Timelord reviews Bendis' latest "attempt" at cosmic.
A powerful volume from Humanoids follows a feline hero in a fantastical seaplane!
A few thousand less buyers and NINO will be in the dustbin where he belongs.
A collection worth killing for.
Timelord reviews the return of Richard Rider.
Timelord gets the scoop!
Just stop thinking and start buying offers "Brevoort."
Lawrence reviews Robert Rodriguez Frank Miller's and latest flick.
The NINO “Special” may “specially” occupy the space of worst NINO story to date.
Sometimes strange surprises are where you least expect them!
Lawrence reviews the latest TMNT installment: "No Ninja, No Ninja, No!"