Swamp Thing #1. The Classic Touch.




Swamp Thing #1 review DC Comics did it, I don’t know how they did, but they did it, they got Len Wein, the creator of Swamp Thing himself to come back to the marsh and write Swamp Thing again. I’m not sure if it was necessary, but it sure feels nice. If you remember correctly, […]





The Last Contract #1. Too Old For This Sh*t.




The Last Contract #1 review Boom Studios brings you a different type of hitman book courtesy of The Last Contract #1, a four part miniseries.  A hitman who’s been out of the game for over two decades is brought back in as a hit is put up for his own head. The players are different, […]





Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #1. Life in Retail




Patsy Walker, A.K.A Hellcat! #1 review Yes, yes, believe it, Hellcat has her own comic book again! But instead of just calling it Hellcat they decided to go all bonkers and give it the enormous title of: Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #1 (don’t forget the exclamation point). Crazy right, well Marvel knows what they’re doing […]





Limbo #1. Dead Hand Jams.




Limbo # Review I’ve been meaning to do a review of Limbo #1 from Image Comics for Cosmic Comics! since the first time I laid eyes on it. Limbo #1 has one of those covers that just pops, it speaks to me, neon pastels with a mix of old school, teasing nostalgia with it’s vomiting […]





Huck #1. Hometown Hero.




Huck #1 review Mark Millar brings the classic hero tale to Image Comics in Huck #1. It’s beginning to get to the point where we just wonder if Mark Millar is capable of writing anything that isn’t good. He has such an uncanny talent of making old stories new and original ideas great. To think […]





Klaus #1. Christmas Mythos.




Klaus #1 review Forget everything you know about Christmas and forget everything you think you know about Santa Claus, because Grant Morrison is here to set the record straight in Klaus. Santa Claus wasn’t the puffy and jolly red nosed humanitarian you know him to be now, he was something much more bad ass. Klaus […]





Black Magick #1. Portsmouth Witch Hunt




Black Magick #1 Review Phew, it’s been a while since I’ve reviewed a new Image Comics book hasn’t it, but I assure you it’s been worth the wait. Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott bring you a detective book that dives into the macabre world of the occult. Black Magick #1 follows Rowan Black, a homicide […]





Paper Girls #1. Right Route. Wrong Time.




Paper Girls #1 review ***DO NOT MISS PAPER GIRLS #1!*** I put that right there at the time of this here review. In a week with giant releases, Brian K. Vaughan has managed to take his independent Image book right to the top. That’s saying a lot, especially when Paper Girls was going up against […]





The Paybacks #1. Final Notice.




The Paybacks #1 review *Doing your best commercial/infomercial voice* SUPERHEROES! Do you have an unquenchable desire to do good? Do you have super powers that are going to waste? Are you wasting your life away at a dead end job because you just don’t have the financial means to fight crime? Well look no further, […]





Danger Girl Renegade #1. Origins of Chase.




Danger Girl Renegade #1 review Abbey Chase is back in Danger Girl Renegade #1. I don’t exactly know how long she’s been gone, I mean, I’ve seen some Danger Girl books around over the past few years, but never such a push from IDW like this for Danger Girl Renegade. Before I get into too […]





Mercury Heat. Hot in Herre.




Mercury Heat #1 review Ah yes, good ol’ Avatar Press is bringing you something that isn’t Uber or Crossed for a change. Mercury Heat #1 doesn’t fall far from their typical fair though, there’s still plenty of blood and destruction to go around. Mercury Heat #1 is coming from Kieron Gillen who most of you […]





Archie #1. Riverdale Welcomes You Back.




Archie #1 review ARCHIE IS BACK! Ok, so he’s been back, or maybe he never really left, but let’s be honest, no one was reading Archie anymore, so much so that they killed off Archie of Life with Archie, so of course a reboot was in order. It’s the American way, and you’d be hard pressed […]