10. Buffy Season 11: Giles Vol. 1 (Dark Horse Comics - Release Date: Sept. 18, 2018)
While Buffy the Vampire Slayer plays a little more into 90’s nostalgia than our preferred brand of 80’s nostalgia, there’s no denying the streak of quality that the comic continuation
Things go so wrong so fast as The Power of the Dark Crystal finale, and yet it manages to pull of a bombastic finish to its equally tender and epic tale without drowning most of the comic in action sequences. Simon Spurrier and Phillip Kennedy
Read NRW's review of the debut issue below!
The Jim Henson-verse of comics published by BOOM! Studios' Archaia imprint have quietly become one of the most consistent string of series to follow after the remarkable showing that The Power of the Dark Crystal had in 2017
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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="600.0"] Spencer & Locke #4 comes out July 19th, 2017.[/caption]
Spencer & Locke #4 provides an emotional conclusion to the four-issue series and one thing is for certain -- Augustus Locke will most definitely be harmed. The David Pepose-written and
For the amount of possibilities comics present as a medium when it comes to storytelling, a surprising majority play it safe in terms of both art and narrative. It is not only refreshing, not only validating but essential that comic books like Spencer & Locke
One of the best components of the debut issue of Spencer & Locke was the artistic shift between a grittier contemporary comic art style and the clearly Calvin & Hobbes-influenced Sunday paper strip aesthetic. Rather than being a spontaneous artistic flourish, it had
The first two issues of The Power of the Dark Crystal were fantastic comics that allowed its primary cast to shine alongside the world that it was elaborating upon. Knowing that the series had 12 issues to work with, it initially seemed like
Misfit City is, in many ways, a perfect microcosm of why the retro-revival scene has such a fervent modern following. What do we want when we pine for the 1980's? Do we want to actually live the historic 1980's of America? Do we
Noir is a tricky thing, particularly as a genre for comic books. On one hand, it depends very much on a series of tropes to act as signposts to help readers understand that a story is operating within the language and structure of
Big Trouble in Little China / Escape From New York has spent months as one of the most consistently enjoyable comics in months, with each issue adding to the craziness that makes the series so lovable.