Yeah, it seems weird to review a collection of previously published comics. However, The Boys is probably the hottest comics-related TV show right now. I
The Boys has lit Amazon Prime on fire. With a tone that matches the comic’s irreverent mood. Perhaps my favorite bit of advertising came in
The Black Terror is one of the Golden Age heroes that will never go away. Part of the reason for this is that he’s so
The previous volume of Vampirella really started off well, in my opinion. I liked it and felt like it did a lot of things right.
Statues are one of those bits of merchandising that can get pricey. However, they can be a really god addition to set off a collection.
There are a few iconic characters not owned by Marvel and DC. Red Sonja is one of those. If there is one creator’s run that
Things get a little ahead of you when you have a lot going on. I first read Bettie Page #4 a week ago and intended
Dynamite is launching a new Bettie Page series this week. Given that Dynamite has had a history of doing some rather exploitative comics and covers
The Barbarella series from Dynamite has been hit or miss. The first issue was impressive enough, but the next two seemed less than stellar, to
Dynamite has been setting out to expand their line into female friendly titles for some time. They’ve revamped their core titles featuring classic female characters
I wasn’t going to read this comic, much less review it. Red Sonja is an anachronism in this age of feminist portrayals in comics. Red Sonja
I was struck by one of the covers to Red Sonja #13 and went looking in my e-mail for the review copy Dynamite sent. In