X-MEN – THE TRIAL OF MAGNETO #1 [Review]: The Usual Suspect.

M is for Murder! Well...that escalated quickly! What do we know so far? There’s been a murder on Krakoa during the Hellfire Gala. The victim is none other than Wanda Maximoff, and the prime suspect seems to be a mutant with the ability to manipulate metal! Say what? As X-Factor and X-Force carefully piece together …

SPIDER-MAN – CURSE OF THE MAN-THING [Marvel Comics Review]: Thorn In Your Side.

After the villainous eco-terrorist/sorceress Harrower possessed the organic, mystical, organic matter formerly known as Doctor Ted Sallis (but known to comic-book fans as the Swamp Thing knock-off, Man-Thing), she took her plan to remake him in her own image, and use the sentient organic matter to rid the natural world of humanity. Humanity's only hope …

JUGGERNAUT / TASKMASTER [Marvel Comics Reviews]: Sunday Villainy.

I cannot state enough how much fun this book is. Part of the appeal is that it’s not the typical big two reset button back to villainy. Following the course from mid-2000s Uncanny X-Men and even 2010s Thunderbolts, Juggernaut is on a road to redemption. In this issue, Marko stands trial for the financial damages …

RORSCHACH / AN UNKINDNESS OF RAVENS [Reviews]: Fistful of Mystery.

It’s been almost a year since Damon Lindelof’s HBO mini-series WATCHMEN and the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank DC Comics mini-series DOOMSDAY CLOCK, both sequels to the Alan Moore’/Dave Gibbons seminal masterpiece WATCHMEN, took their final bows. But the former just won a gang of Emmys, and DC Comics is only too happy to push out more …

FEARLESS DAWN MEETS HELLBOY / MILESTONE COMICS / IMMORTAL HULK [Reviews]: Super Sunday Stash!

Nazis + Zombies = Nazi Zombies ! The undead are in a continued battle for domination with .... Fearless Dawn? It’s “underground comix” sensation Steve Mannion’s Nazi zombie smasher meeting up with Mike Mignola’s Nazi zombie smasher himself - HELLBOY! In classic team-up style, we join Hellboy already on a mission in Romania, finding something …

WE ONLY FIND THEM WHEN THEY’RE DEAD / BLACK WIDOW / HELLBLAZER – RISE AND FALL [Reviews]: Cosmic Comic Cavalcade.

Let’s just start off by simply saying We Only Find Them When They’re Dead by Boom! Studios beat the hype. A beautiful creative team between current rockstar writer Al Ewing and artist Simone Di Meo. Ewing, known of course for his Eisner nominated run on Immortal Hulk, and taking over the reigns on Guardians of …