The trilogy of Dead Space graphic novels is complete alongside the trilogy of games.
Will you love the new Tank Girl? Well, it depends on which Tank Girl you already love.
The short sequential art tale, based on the video games, is now available in hardback.
A new remastered printing of the original graphic novel is out - and it definitely stands up to the test of time.
I wasn’t all that upset to see the first Green Arrow creative team switched out - because the original reboot portrayal of the Green Arrow was almost too immature.
The new ongoing line from Valiant reimagines an intriguing history of powerful mentalists.
Earth 2 is one of the new lines introduced to DC’s New 52 to replace some of the poorly performing comics, and has set itself up to be quite an epic tale.
One of the ‘new wave’ of DC’s New 52 lines is the quirky Dial H.
The Infinite was recently canceled after only four issues, and didn't even make a full story arc. Sales were poor and the line went almost unnoticed critically. It now wallows in uncertainty, perhaps never to be picked back-up.
Transformers: Autocracy is a one shot, twelve part comic book series from IDW, based on the wildly popular Transformers franchise.
The new Image title is off to a fantastic start.
In the fall of 2011, IDW Comics kicked off a new line of Ghostbusters comics, starting from Issue #1 in September. Issue #4 hit store shelves in December.
The third issue of IDW’s ongoing comic line Star Trek hit store shelves this month. The new line is based on the 2009 J.J. Abrams film, and follows the adventures of the new version of the Enterprise crew in an attempt to connect the first movie with the upcoming sequel.
The fifth issue of The Bionic Man was released this month by Dynamite Entertainment. The new adaptation is written and scripted by none other than iconic filmmaker Kevin Smith.
Three issues in, and Jonah Hex is helping me understand why some people like Westerns so much.
A classic super hero tale in a chitinous husk.
Stormwatch is another title from the New 52 which has become quite an interesting tale - now that the comic is hitting its third issue.
One of the most ignoble protagonists in the entire DC universe is Atrocious, the leader of the Red Lanterns, who have their own line in the New 52.
I think it is safe to say that not every comic in DC’s relaunched New 52 got off to an incredible start. Still, many of those that were initially dismissed have picked up a bit of steam going into their third issue.
One of the New 52 on the outskirts of attention has been Animal Man. The line depicts the story of a man who can harness the powers of various animals at will - using it to fight crime and defeat villains.