E. reviews Wonder Woman #36.
Punk Mambo worked her voodoo magic on V.
I am fully under the spell of "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," the latest top-notch offering from Archie Comics. Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, it's a dark, compelling and completely accessible story with fantastic art by Robert Hack. Read my full review of issue #1 HERE.
Gwen Stacy makes a pretty cool Spider-Woman.
E. reviews Life With Archie #36.
Great art can't make up for poor plotting in Superman/Wonder Woman #9.
Rapid Reviews of four of this week's comics from Vanessa and Lindsey.
Hint: It's good.
We love our leading ladies, and the latest superheroine to get her own title is She-Hulk. Check Lindsey's full review right HERE!
A ton of hype surrounded the launch of the all-female X-Men team, and now hype is about all that's left.
Ms. Marvel #1 is a must-read, must-buy comic.
Check Lindsey's review of Rick Remender's latest creator-owned endeavor, Deadly Class.
Nothing brings out the fangirl in Erika like the Beatles. Then Dark Horse went and put them in a comic. Listen as E. joins Sidebar Nation for a lively discussion about “The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story."
V. had the pleasure of reading and reviewing Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios's new creator-owned series, Pretty Deadly.
Don't care about Riverdale or zombies? Read Afterlife With Archie #1 anyway.