Just stop thinking and start buying offers "Brevoort."
Lawrence reviews Robert Rodriguez Frank Miller's and latest flick.
The NINO ‚ÄúSpecial‚ÄĚ may ‚Äúspecially‚ÄĚ occupy the space of worst NINO story to date.
Sometimes strange surprises are where you least expect them!
Lawrence reviews the latest TMNT installment: "No Ninja, No Ninja, No!"
Timelord scores an interview with BMB.
Children face unspeakable monsters (and themselves) in this creepy and fun horror comic from Humanoids.
Lawrence reviews Marvel's first Cosmic movie!
Most entertaining Marvel movie to date. And CBN reader Alessio Pasquali offers his thoughts.
Horror awaits at the bottom of the ocean, and a terrible power is ready to strike!
Lawrence offers that the movie is the best-rounded cinematic experience of the summer of 2014 and more.
CBN Forum member Dave Williams offers his thoughts on the James Gunn film.
The Mighty Avengers keeps on trucking. Excellent!
I cannot tell you how excited I am about this new book.
A graphic novella about star-crossed lovers with the feeling of a black and white silent film.
"Producing a sterilized, diluted mockery of a once great genre." Nix NINO!
The world's most determined reporter is charged with saving it in "Strange Nation," a digital series from Allor and Romera!
Byron says this was a funny, sometimes poignant toon.
This book is delightfully separated from the rest of the DCU.
Batman's adventures by Japanese manga artist Jiro Kuwata come to DC's digital releases!
Very involving and intriguing.
A truly momentous epilogue with promise of excitement to come.
Tired of comics reading like your grandma‚Äôs soaps? Pick up Green Lantern #33.
A summer adventure worth reading in the sun.
"What a bunch of A-Holes." Where did we hear that one before?
The Hulks beat up Vista Verde! Not what it seems.
A Decent Transformers Movie? Maybe This is Why Shia Got Himself Arrested Last Thursday.
Maybe a backup strip in one of the Green Lantern books is in order?
Fun, involving issue and a great jumping-on spot for newbies.
Ellis and Howard bring a speculative fiction tale to the comics page with the mysterious "Trees."