James Stokoe’s Godzilla episode is both loyal to its Toho origins and a goofy fun Stokoe romp.
Magnetic Press releases two JD Morvan and Bengal works in English for the first time.
Lewis & Clark explore the West, slaughtering everything in sight! But they’re bloodthirsty monsters, so it doesn’t feel TOO wrong.
Liz Wynter exists in a world where individuality is not only discouraged, but statistically improbable. Of course, this is an adventure comic, so that is all about to change.
Box Brown’s loving and well-researched Andre the Giant biographical comic is touching, funny and larger than life.
A new Kickstarter-supported anthology features 26 unexpected tales of horror.
Alec Longstreth’s successfully-funded Kickstarter campaign has resulted in one of the most handsome graphic novels of the year, and the big pages let his detailed and engaging cartoons breath.
Katie Skelly’s Operation Margarine impresses with its first 4 self-published issues and continues in graphic novel form in April.
Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios might have created the finest contemporary example of the weird western in comics with Pretty Deadly.
A look back at some classic work by talented comics artists Richard Corben and Guy Davis.
Hellboy’s cousin (not really) Lord Henry Baltimore stars in yet another great adventure in his eponymous comic book.
In the world of subscription indie comics, there are few deals as good Kat Verhoeven’s Towerkind.
Jonathan Hickman’s Avatar debut has potential but needs more meat if it’s going to stand with his Image hits.
Ed Brisson explores an apocalypse before an apocalypse in Sheltered, a new series from Image.
Twins Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon return to the Mignolaverse to carry Simon Anders’ story into its next phase.
Future Shock 3 & 4 offer up a weird and wonderful selection of short astro-sci-fi comics.
Another round of minicomics that make having a PayPal account worthwhile.