Justin Soderberg's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Capes & Tights Reviews: 77
8.6Avg. Review Rating

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A Foulness in the Walls (2023) #1

Feb 14, 2023

Bunn continues to awe with his deep and dark horror comics (really when does this dude sleep?) and it only gets better with Zayas' artwork and Scaramella's colors. The unique story lends itself well to a one-shot, but leaves us wanting an on-going story.

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A Haunted Girl (2023) #1

Oct 8, 2023

A Haunted Girl #1 is a unique story with brilliant art and emotional depth making for a riveting read that will leave you eagerly anticipating the next issue. The debut issue also features a main cover from the legendary Joe Quesada.

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American Psycho (2023) #1

Oct 1, 2023

American Psycho #1 is an impressive comic book that does the movie and novel justice. Michael Calero's writing, Kowalski's art, Brad Simpson's colors and Myers' lettering are superb, providing us with a similar feel to the feature film. The story is fresh and exciting, with new revelations to keep us engaged. We cannot wait to see where this story is going.

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Antarctica (2023) #1

Jul 13, 2023

The debut issue ends with a major cliffhanger that has us on our toes waiting for the next issue. The way Birks weaves elements of science fiction and conspiracy into the story is impressive. Antarctica has the potential to become one of our top comic books of the year.

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Beneath the Trees Where Nobody Sees (2023) #1

Oct 11, 2023

The artwork in this book is another aspect that holds your attention. The character designs are adorable and charming, making it easy to forget that they are murderous animals. The use of color is also noteworthy, with a warm and cozy palette of earthy tones that add to the setting's charm and create a stark contrast to the gruesome events that unfold.

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Blood Commandment (2023) #1

Oct 30, 2023

Overall, Blood Commandment #1 is a must-read for fans of horror, comics, and great storytelling. Syzmon Krudanski's incredible artwork and expert storytelling combine to form a truly outstanding miniseries that will leave you on the edge of your seat. Blood Commandment has a strong possibility to make our best comics of 2023 list come the end of the year.

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Cat Fight (2023) #1

May 30, 2023

The pacing of the story is great, with the dialogue, narration, and action scenes keeping the readers hooked. The story moves along quickly without sacrificing any of the vital details needed to understand the plot. It's not just the big action scenes either – the quieter, more intimate moments are just as engaging. These moments serve to build the characters and set up the next action sequence.

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Charred Remains (2023) #1

Nov 12, 2023

The writing is similarly impressive. Anthony Cleveland has once again proven he can handle the pen behind the comic pages. The script does a great job of setting up the story for the rest of the series. The story doesn't feel rushed or forced. Instead, it has the perfect pace to keep you entertained and intrigued. The theme of trauma that Amy faces after losing her family in a fire brings depth to the story. The suspense behind “The Fire Man,” the villain of our story, makes it all the more gripping. The writing is definitely one of the highlights of this comic.

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Confetti Realms (2023) #1

Sep 6, 2023

Overall, Confetti Realms is a great read for anyone looking for a spooky Halloween story with heart. It's a graphic novel that manages to balance adventure and mystery with deep themes and gorgeous artwork, making it a standout in the genre.

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Dead Mall (2022) #1

May 31, 2023

Stoll's use of different art styles is also a standout feature of the miniseries. By using different styles to separate between past and present scenes, Stoll creates a seamless transition between different periods of the mall's history.

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Dead Romans (2023) #1

Apr 13, 2023

We have now learned out lesson to not judge a book by its solicitation.

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Dead Seas (2022) #1

Oct 12, 2023

As the story progresses, everything seems to go wrong. Gus and his fellow prisoners are constantly facing danger and unforeseen obstacles, coming up with creative solutions to stay alive and achieve their goals. There are twists and turns aplenty, with the plot constantly pushing forward and keeping you on the edge of your seat.

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Death Comes for the Toymaker #1

Jun 26, 2023

Death Comes for the Toymaker keeps you hooked from start to finish. The plot is well-thought-out, with just the right dose of suspense and surprise, keeping you on your toes throughout. One of the most impressive things about this series is how it blends elements of fantasy, horror, and drama, resulting in a unique and unforgettable blend.

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Death Drop: Drag Assassin #1

May 15, 2023

Death Drop, a hitman turned drag queen, enters a race against time to find her missing drag sister as a mysterious rash of killings and disappearances spreads across the city. With the specter of her former mentor haunting her every step, Death Drop must decide how far she is willing to be pulled back into a life of violence in order to protect her community in this supernatural queer noir.

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Disney Villains: Scar (2023) #1

Apr 7, 2023

While this comic is not perfect, it does the job in entertaining an audience who grew up on watching 1990s Disney animated films and allows us to think back to our childhood for even just a moment.

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Dont Spit In The Wind #1

Sep 12, 2023

The four-issues arc is the perfect length. It gives the story enough room to breathe, but never outstays its welcome. The book's pacing is perfect, and each issue ends with an excellent cliffhanger, making it impossible not to keep reading. Overall, Don't Spit In The Wind is an excellent example of what great comic books can achieve.

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Drive Like Hell (2023) #1

Oct 20, 2023

Drive Like Hell #1 is an excellent combination of Rich Douek's writing and Alex Cormack's artwork makes for a thrilling ride, filled with action, suspense, and horror. However, the highlight really is Cormack's artworklet's be honest. Drive Like Hell is definitely another outstanding showing from the duo of Douek and Cormack.

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Eight Billion Genies #1

Jun 18, 2023

The wish themes are profound and leaves you with a lot to ponder. It deals with greed, envy, love, and how one individual's wish can have a ripple effect and impact the world. It is thought-provoking, and it makes you question what you would wish for if given the chance. The stress of making a wish can be almost as hard as making the wrong wish.

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Ghostlore (2023) #1

May 8, 2023

Bunn and the rest of the creative team gave us a debut issue in which they explain how we get to the point of the series, ghost stories from the ghosts themselves. The beautiful illustrated and well written first issue gives us plenty of backstory and perfectly leaves us wanting more.

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Ghosts on the Water (2023) #1

Nov 10, 2023

One of the things that stood out to me was the pacing of the story. It was well-thought-out and executed, allowing the reader to follow the plot effortlessly. I also appreciated the attention to historical detail and cultural references, which added depth to the story.

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Gone (2023) #1

Oct 23, 2023

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Hack / Slash: Back To School (2023) #1

Oct 19, 2023

Hack/Slash: Back To School #1 is a bloody good time. Whether you're a die-hard Hack/Slash fan or a newcomer to the series, this comic book is definitely worth picking up. The art is fantastic, the story is engaging, and it captures the essence of Hack/Slash perfectly. Zoe Thorogood has done a great job and it's clear that she is a talented comic book creator and took the reigns from Hack/Slash co-creators Tim Seeley and Stefano Caselli perfectly.

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Harrower (2023) #1

Oct 18, 2023

We love this series and would love to see it adapted into a film in the future. It has all the hallmarks of being a great horror movie and would make the perfect addition to the slasher genre. It has something for both horror fans and non-horror fans alike. It's not a cookie-cutter story with a predictable ending, but a unique and refreshing take on the genre that really keeps the reader hooked.

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Haunt You to the End (2023) #1

Jun 15, 2023

The immersive storytelling and artwork bring the story to life, creating a bleak but fascinating world. The post-apocalyptic setting also adds a feeling of dread and unease, making it an excellent choice for horror comics fans. Cady's writing coupled with Andrea Mutti's artwork has created a unique and terrifying world, with characters that are easy to identify with.

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Headless Horseman: Halloween Annual (2023) #1

Oct 15, 2023

While Horror House is the standout story within the pages of the Headless Horseman Annual, the remainder of the stories are worth reading from a stellar lineup of creators such as Angela Slatter (Castle Full of Blackbirds), Lukas Ketner (Count Crowley: Reluctant Midnight Monster Hunter), Olivia Stephens (Darlin' and Her Other Names), Phillip Sevy (Tomb Raider, The House), Christie Porter (Count Crowley), Valeria Burzo (Castle Full of Blackbirds), Frank Cvetkovic (The House), and more.

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Hunt for the Skinwalker (2023) #1

Sep 4, 2023

Speaking of the art, Burzo's illustrations are fantastic. The character designs are well-crafted, and the creatures they encounter are genuinely terrifying. Hunt for the Skinwalkeris wonderfully colored by Jason Wordie and lettered by Joe Sabino.It's clear that a lot of thought and care went into every panel, making for a visually stunning comic book.

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Indigo Children (2023) #1

Mar 30, 2023

This double-length debut issue is action packed with outstanding simple artwork from Alex Diotto, amazing colors from Dee Cunniffe, and eye-catching lettering from Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou. The creative team uses color changes to decipher between current times and flashbacks which is something that works well for simple comic readers. The book is both well written, which is to be expected with Pires and Rockwell White, and great to look at visually.

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It's Only Teenage Wasteland #1

Aug 20, 2023

As a fan of this comic book series, I can't help but wish it were longer. The characters and the world-building have so much potential that I hope to see more from this series in the future. If you're looking for something unique and entertaining, this is a must-read.

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Kill More (2023) #1

Sep 10, 2023

But what really makes this comic book come together is Max Alan Fuchs' artwork. It's simply stunning. His style is unique and bold, with each panel bursting with detail. He doesn't shy away from depicting violence or gore, but it never feels gratuitous. It's all in service to the story, and it works incredibly well.

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Kill Your Darlings (2023) #1

Sep 8, 2023

The outstanding artwork from Bob Quinn, the engaging story from Ethan S. Parker and Griffin Sheridan, and the unpredictable plot will keep you on edge and wanting more of Kill Your Darlings. This comic book has everything you could ever want in a story, and the way it blends fantasy and horror elements is simply amazing.

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Killer Queens: Kings Not Wings #1

Aug 4, 2023

Killer Queens 2 #1 is a fantastic comic book that highlights the importance of inclusivity and social change. It is an exceptional follow-up to the Eisner-nominated Killer Queens 2 and leaves readers eagerly anticipating the next installment. The comic's creative team has done an excellent job of crafting an engaging story that leaves a lasting impression. The representation of queer characters and discussions around gender identity is an important milestone for comics and makes this comic a must-read for all.

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Know Your Station #1

Jul 20, 2023

One thing that stood out to me was the lettering by Cardinal Rae. Rae's detailing is exceptional in depicting the tone of the story. When audio masking is enabled, Rae changes the color of the word balloons, creating a visual representation of audible expression. The lettering also complements the art style, making the comic book a well-rounded and effectively presented story.

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Lamentation (2023) #1

Apr 5, 2023

The writing is top notch and succeeds in creating an atmosphere of suspense and dread throughout this debut issue. Bunn and Susini definitely nailed it with this series and we cannot wait for more.

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Local Man (2023) #1

Feb 23, 2023

We were hooked on picking up this debut issue no matter what when we saw the names of Fleecs and Seeley attached to the book and after reading the debut issue we are glad we did.

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Lost Boy (2023) #1

Aug 17, 2023

The illustrations by Cvetkovic are breathtaking. The art style is stunning, and it draws readers into the story from the beginning. The illustrations are perfect for the intended audience, but even adults will appreciate them. The images are so vivid that they enhance the storytelling prompting the reader to live every moment between the pages.

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Marvel Unleashed (2023) #1

Aug 20, 2023

Marvel Unleashed is a brilliant comic book that is sure to delight animal lovers and Marvel enthusiasts. The artwork is stunning, the writing is clever and lighthearted, and the characters are all unique and charming. It's a refreshing departure from the usual spandex-clad superheroes, and it's clear that Starks and Hervas poured their hearts and souls into this project.

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Mise En Place #1

Mar 23, 2023

This slightly oversized one-shot is a great CEX debut for Carr and Lloyd only help amplify the story with his artwork. Carr's experience in the food industry help bring knowledge to the table and gives us a great foundation. While the book feels a little out of this world, it is more grounded in a possible future than we all would like to believe.

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Monomyth (2023) #1

Mar 27, 2023

The artwork is chaotic yet clean, dark yet engaging. The illustrations bring the story alive as readers get pulled deeper into the pages and further away from reality. With heavy shadows casted throughout the panels, readers can almost feel the darkness that lingers over this mysterious school for magic and its inhabitants. But it's not all doom and gloom; flashes of bright colors help bring life back into this world while providing insight into some of its characters' emotions such as fear or hope.

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Moon Knight: City of the Dead (2023) #1

Jul 20, 2023

Towards the end of the comic, the team-up heading into future issues is simply amazing. This scene alone is enough to keep readers hooked and looking forward to the next issue.

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Nasty (2023) #1

Apr 4, 2023

Simple cartoon-style artwork with outstanding horror storytelling is a combination you can't miss. Add into the mix the nostalgia of heading to the local video rental shop to grab your favorite VHS tape just completes the deal. You get all of this and more in the debut of The Nasty.

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Neighbors (2023) #1

Mar 17, 2023

This riveting story offers horror and suspense with an exploration into Irish and English folklore and what possibly could be happening next door. With a story from Jude Ellison S. Doyle, art from Letizia Cadonici and Alessandro Santoro, plus amazing lettering Becca Carey, this comic is sure to delight all types of readers.

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Nightwalkers (2023) #1

Oct 31, 2023

First things first, let's talk about the art. Joe Bocardo's style is the perfect match for Cullen Bunn's twisted world. Add to this the colors, by Colin Johnson, used throughout the book are mostly dull and muted, with pops of red for blood and other gore. This gives Nightwalkers a haunting, spine-tingling look that will stay with you long after you've finished reading. The page layouts and overall design of the book are also top-notch, making it a pleasure to read from beginning to end.

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No / One (2023) #1

Mar 16, 2023

The oversized debut issue allows for more story and the additional pages at the back, including a Wikipedia-style one page with information about the story is a great way to kick-off the miniseries.While you don't need to read the entire Massive-Verse to understand what is going on between the pages of this debut issue, we will always recommend this amazing superhero universe from Higgins.

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Order & Outrage (2023) #1

Mar 17, 2023

"I'm super excited to work with the man who taught me how to draw space gauntlets, while perusing my copies of Captain Marvel back in the 1970's. Morales says, "That, and if anyone knows me, knows how much of a political pain in the ass I am. So ORDER and OUTRAGE is my kinda story. Lookout Order, here comes the rebellion!

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Paper Planes (2023) OGN

Apr 6, 2023

All in all, Paper Planes is an excellent young adult graphic novel that will keep readers hooked until the very last page. Its crisp art style combined with its engaging characters make for an unforgettable experience!

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Peacemaker Tries Hard! (2023) #1

Apr 27, 2023

Along with Kyle's spectacular writing, legend Steve Pugh nailed the artwork which pairs extremely well with the Peacemaker character and Starks' story. We are excited to see where Pugh and Starks take this six-issue miniseries.

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Project Riese (2023) #1

Jul 6, 2023

Moreover, the story has a unique plot with supernatural elements hinted. The tease of the existence a creature in the complex that comes to life, and the possibility of otherworldly force adds to the spine-chilling moments. The suspenseful buildup of supernatural elements promises a lot of unexplored avenues in future issues.

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Quicksand (2023) #1

May 8, 2023

Horror, sci-fi, creatures, and human interest comes all in one package with this miniseries.

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Red Zone (2023) #1

Mar 3, 2023

The art in this issue is simply stunning! Mike Deodato Jr.'s pencils bring life to each panel while Lee Loughridge's colors complete the visual experience with vibrant hues that pop off the page. Every detail in every scene has been carefully crafted and adds an extra layer of depth to the narrative as it progresses. The combination of art, colors, and writing makes this comic work.

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Rumpus Room (2023) #1

Sep 1, 2023

The artwork by Ramon Rosanas is also impressive. The way Rosanas captures the mood of each character is fantastic. His style is uniquely expressive, with a mixture of semi-realistic and exaggerated character designs.

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Sins of the Salton Sea (2023) #1

Jun 6, 2023

The debut issue hits local comic book shelves on June 7 and features covers by series artist C.P. Smith as well as Tim Bradstreet andMike Deodato & Lee Loughridge.

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Something Epic (2023) #1

May 11, 2023

Something Epic is a stunning example of what a comic book should be. Kudranski's artwork is breathtaking, and the storytelling is compelling. The comic transports readers to a world of endless fantasy and creativity, where anything is possible. While there is a bit too much text for some readers, this minor drawback is far outweighed by the book's many strengths.

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Space Outlaws (2023) #1

Jun 22, 2023

One of the most impressive things about the debut issueis how it manages to balance action and story, while also beautifully made. The comic moves at a brisk pace, but there is never a sense that the story is being rushed. The action scenes are expertly choreographed, and the dialogue is well-written.

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Star Wars: Dark Droids (2023) #1

Aug 3, 2023

The droids find themselves embroiled in a sinister plot, caught in the middle of a brewing conflict between The Rebellion and The Empire. As they try to uncover the truth about The Scourge, they realize that the corruption affecting their fellow droids may be spreading faster than they anticipated. The story takes a dark turn as they fight to stay together and stay alive.

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Stuff of Nightmares (2022): Red Murder #1

Sep 24, 2023

Stuff of Nightmares: Red Murder is well-told, and it's not afraid to take the reader to dark places. It's an exploration of comic creator rights, the relationship between artists and their creations, and the power of horror. It's a fantastic read for any fans of the horror genre, and it's perfect for those who love a good scare.

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Tear Us Apart (2023) #1

Sep 1, 2023

Tear Us Apart is a bloody and beautiful love story that is definitely worth the read. The writing, artwork, and colors all come together to create a world that is both captivating and terrifying.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles x Stranger Things #1

Jul 13, 2023

Another aspect that we love is the attention to detail and nostalgia. The series is set in the 1980s, the same time period when the Turtles were first introduced to the world. This means we get to see the Turtles as they looked in their early comic book appearances, complete with same colored headbands that were later changed when the TV series premiered. The attention to detail in the book is impressive and adds to the overall enjoyment of the crossover.

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TerrorWar (2023) #1

Apr 20, 2023

The outstanding horror illustrating ability of Acosta's pairs well with this story. The way Dave brings to life a nightmare, which can either be laughed at or fear or both, is something that completes the comic.

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The Alternates (2023) #1

Aug 21, 2023

The Alternates #1 is an exciting and unique superhero story that stands out in a crowded market. The creative team behind the story is passionate about comics and brings their love to this story. From stunning artwork to intriguing world-building, The Alternates #1 is a comic book worth reading. It's a fresh take on the superhero genre that will have readers coming back for more.

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The Ambassadors (2023) #1

Mar 30, 2023

Imagine you could gift superpowers to six people. In a world of eight billion, who do you choose? Join six of the greatest artists in the industry for an enormous story about ordinary people from around the world explaining why it should be them.

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The Approach (2022) #1

Jun 22, 2023

Haun and Hurley once again prove they know how to tell a story. Here is hoping for more co-writing credits between the two of them in the future.

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The Cull (2023) #1

Aug 19, 2023

Finally, there are so many threads that could be followed, setting up what seems to be an amazing story moving forward. Without giving too much away, the mystery introduced in the final pages of the comic opens up a whole new avenue of possibilities. The world building is well-paced, and I'm excited about where the story might go.

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The Curse of Cleaver County (2023) #1

Feb 23, 2023

The Curse of Cleaver County captivates its readers with spine-tingling tales set in a land consumed by fear and terror. Follow the dark pursuit of malevolent murderers as they stalk unsuspecting citizens, bringing horror to every corner of this nightmarish county!

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The Dark: Action-Packed Fantasy Thriller #1

Jun 27, 2023

The miniseries follows the story of Donny Dahlia, a washed-up hitman, who takes one last job to deliver a package that takes him through a war between the fairy realms that could determine the fate of humankind. Along the way, he finds himself caught in a web of kidnapping, mobsters, and supernatural beings. The story is beautifully crafted, with well-thought-out characters and plot twists that keep you guessing till the end.

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The Devil That Wears My Face (2023) #1

Aug 24, 2023

The characters themselves are well-crafted, with believable motivations and reactions. Father Vieri's struggles with the possession and the morality of that world feel authentic, while the demon's brutal treatment of his victims creates a significant sense of menace.

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The Devils Cut (2023) #1

Aug 17, 2023

Story, artwork, lettering and design in The Devil's Cut is top-notch. The one-shot has real John Hammond vibes as we feel as DSTLRY "spared no expense creating a one-of-a-kind comic for real comic book fans. Let's just hope that DSTLRY has a better future than Jurassic Park.

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The Great British Bump Off (2023) #1

Apr 8, 2023

While the debut definitely made in comic book form, it also had the feel of a television episode and left us waiting for the next installment to see what is going to happen on the set of the cooking show! If you are looking for something outside the norm of comic books today, The Great British Bump-Off has something to offer.

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The Madness (2023) #1

Jul 15, 2023

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The Midnite Show (2023) #1

Sep 29, 2023

If you're a fan of classic horror movies, you'll appreciate the way the book features the likes of Frankenstein, Wolfman, and Dracula, amongst others. Bunn's writing pays homage to the horror genre's icons and provides an entertaining read for horror and comic book fans.

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The Oddly Pedestrian Life of Christopher Chaos #1

May 18, 2023

The weird mixture of horror, science fiction, and coming-of-age drama somehow works together beautifully. The horror elements are genuinely scary, the science fiction elements are interesting and thought-provoking, and the coming-of-age drama is touching and relatable.

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The Ribbon Queen (2023) #1

Jul 22, 2023

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Trve Kvlt (2022) #1

Jul 27, 2023

Working at a minimum-wage job is tough enough as it is, but for Marty Tarantella, flipping burgers for fifteen years is enough to make him question the meaning of life. That is until he hatches a plan to rob his neighboring stores. Unfortunately, things don't go according to plan when he accidentally steals a supernatural weapon from a cult of violent lunatics.

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Ultimate Invasion (2023) #1

Jun 22, 2023

Miles Morales has been capturing hearts since his debut in 2011, and he is, without a doubt, one of the most beloved superheroes of all time. His presence in this comic book is the icing on the cake, and every time he graces a page of a comic, you can't help but feel like you're witnessing something truly special.

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Under The Influence (2023) #1

May 24, 2023

The art from Stefano Simeone is beautifully done, while at times the art can be chaotic it doesn't take away from the excellent storytelling. The lettering from Frank Cvetkovic is also noteworthy.

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Void Rivals (2023) #1

Jun 14, 2023

The unlikely alliance between Darak and Solila is a nice touch. Although they are bitter rivals, they must learn to work together if they want to survive on the desolate planet they've found themselves on. The tension between the two characters is palpable, and you're never quite sure if they'll be able to overcome their differences.

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W0rldtr33 #1

Apr 21, 2023

Blanco joins Tynion IV on said wild ride and it is a perfect pairing. The artwork gives us a gritting and unsettling feeling while portraying the digital world at the same time.

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You've Been Cancelled (2023) #1

Apr 19, 2023

The gritty and gruesome debut issue of You've Been Cancelled is definitely for mature readers. Blood is spilled, heads explode, and even an orgy or two take place in what is only the first issue of this new Mad Cave Studios series. With so much packed into the first issue, one would think it's too much but somehow the creative team makes it work. The tv-style telling of the story makes perfect sense with Pires at the helm and we are here for it all.

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