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Being King may be good for Tom Petty, but it’s no picnic for our favorite red-horned adventurer.
The heroic fishman’s quest for a magic artifact brings him some unwanted attention from some underwater zombies in the first installment of this two-part tale.
Usagi fights for his honor against an old acquaintance. It’s a “samurai thing.”
Two odd but entertaining Western horror tales, brought to us by a creator at the top of his game.
Fans of “Firefly” and “Serenity” get one more chance to say goodbye to a beloved character.
When life hands you lemons, sometimes you gotta forget the lemons and go kill virtual people in an online tournament.
It’s the end of the line for some creepy glowing monsters, but the creepy floating girl will live to creep another day, from the look of things… It’s creepy, is what I’m trying to say here.
With the world going to Hell, the B.P.R.D. gets a new lease on life.
Big Red fights grotesque monsters with the help of some Mexican wrestlers in this entertaining yarn.
Cyclops and Magneto team-up to take down a Sentinel attack in – what? That’s NOT Cyclops? And we’re talking about a different Magnus? Whatever.
Crom’s favorite son continues to hack and slash his way into our hearts.
I usually write these excerpts last. Today I’m all out of snark. I didn’t like the book. Click the link to find out why.
Abe gets some startling news about himself, and Liz accepts her true nature.
The action heats up as our unified protagonists take the battle to some bugs!
Dark Horse’s comic tie-in to the highly anticipated video game sequel comes to a close, and the storyline cruelly leaves me hanging. Looks like the noob just got pwned.
First-time comic writer Felicia Day touts the merits of video game therapy in this charming adaptation of the popular web series.
As the Frog-pocalypse approaches, Liz experiences a not-so-tearful reunion.
The Barbarian turned General gives the rundown on a rare but devastating defeat. Plus, naked slave girls.
A delightful one-and-done issue that pits the rabbit samurai against a floating demon head and a chatty old lady.
With a new video game out in stores, it seems like the perfect time for the Xenomorphs and the hunters to get back to doing what they do best… killing each other. Too bad we’ve yet to see any of that happen.
Ghost Nazis, Burned Corpses, and a budding romance. Just a typical day for the B.P.R.D.
The search for Captain Shepard continues, and more stuff blows up.
Creepy rapey manga-y vampires abound in the debut issue of Madhouse Studios’s first American-exclusive release.
Behold the surly Cimmerian, whose quest for wealth and power bring him down a surprising path of self discovery as the Tonight Show is wrenched from his grasp. Wait, what were we talking about?
Grab some popcorn and hunker in for a summer blockbuster that’ll warm away the winter blues. But be warned… that month long intermission between acts will be a killer!
Can a comic based on a video game actually be worth reading? Let’s find out, shall we?
Big Red battles a womanizing demon in this expectedly strange tale of the macabre.
A highly entertaining tale of the macabre, starring everyone’s favorite government-employed fishman.
Joss Whedon’s quirky, Eisner-winning webcomic is now available in a Luddite-friendly version.