Comic Reviews

Klaus #1 – Morrison’s All-Star Santa Might Surprise You

We've seen Santa Claus origin stories before, but probably not one quite like Grant Morrison's Klaus. Morrison, who you obviously know best from his runs on Animal Man,  All-Star Superman or his original work like The Invisibles, calls this his "All-Star Santa Claus", and rightfully so. It's a decidedly more grounded and yet stranger origin than we've ever seen before.

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Invincible Iron Man #1 – Here we go again [Review]

What's old is still technically old, but how new can the team of Bendis and Marquez make it feel?

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Archaia weaves another lost Henson tale in ‘Witches’

Archaia dips back into the Jim Henson well, but is the latest 'Storyteller' as bewitching as previous endeavors?

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Thawing out ‘A Frozen World’ reveals something great underneath

A look at the indie title by Nick Andors.

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‘Avengers’ spin-off seeks amends in ‘Black Widow’ #1

Natasha Romanov seeks to clear her ledger in new solo ongoing from Marvel.

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‘M.K. Spider-Man’ #1 is Spidey at his Spider-Manniest

Spider-Manniest is totally a word. Don't question us on this.

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‘Superior Spider-Man’ #9 a superior disappointment

Much hyped issue does less pissing off, more pissing on.

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‘Batman & Red Robin’ denied a fantastic story

Mired in a fan service introduction and a disjointed action sequence, 'Batman & Red Robin' is a mediocre issue haunted by what could have been.

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