Skybourne #1 introduces us to some superpowered siblings engaged in a quest for magical artifacts, with a fun story and stunning artwork.
Rising Stars, Project Superpowers and now, Mark Waid’s Irredeemable
Publisher: Boom! Writer: Kyle Higgins Art: Hendry Prasetya & Matt Herms Letters: Ed Dukeshire Power Rangers was made for comics. The TV show and movies practically are living comics so… Read more »
Escape From New York Vol. 1 is both a worthy sequel to the cult classic movie, and a thrilling, action-packed ride in its own right.
A huge monster is attacking the city, and the Front Line need to stop it. But Recluse has discovered Crosswind’s secret in this issue of Secret Identities.
Escape From New York #10 takes Snake Plissken’s ongoing story to some interesting places, and hints at further grand ideas to come.
Gaijin is found by Recluse while retrieving a file containing the secret identities of the members of The Front Line – but she’s doing it to save her brother.
The criminal plan aimed to discover the secret identities of the members of The Front Line is coming to fruition while a biopic of Luminary is being shot.
Clive Barker’s Nightbreed follows several monstrous characters on their way to Midian, and despite a few missteps makes for an effective prequel anthology.
In Secret Identities #4 Gaijin’s brother, a Yakuza member, has been kidnapped, while Vesuvius’s niece seems to have been hit by an Aztec curse.