It has its faults, but this series is still a captivating, magical take on the "Beauty and the Beast" setup.
The latest series from Brubaker and Phillips is (unsurprisingly) really good!
The true stories of Andre the Giant, Andy Kaufman, and Tetris make for excellent reading in this graphic novelist's hands.
My thoughts on Matt Kindt's so-so follow up to "Mind MGMT."
It's "The War of the Worlds" by way of "The Wind in the Willows" and exactly as fun as that sounds.
Why do a major "Doctor Strange" story in the pages of his ongoing title when you can spin it out into a mini-event instead!
Shiga's four-volume epic is as entertaining as it is depraved!
BEHOLD, the manga sitcom that wants to tell a serialized story but with characters too one-dimensional for it to work!
Three different "Avengers" titles wrap up their runs in this perfectly serviceable event series.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo follow up their classic "Batman" run with this event series that's the definition of "good, but not great."