Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s new take on Kick-Ass aims high, but doesn't quite deliver on the promise of its premise.
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DC Comics' Young Monster in Love anthology doesn't deliver a whole lot of monster smooching, but it's a surprisingly meaningful read.
Saladin Ahmed and Sami Kivelä's supernatural mystery Abbott #1, starring a badass character of color, makes a very strong debut.
You'd think a maniac murderer would be the biggest danger to Riverdale's teens, but you'd be wrong - the parents are the show's true villains.
Assassinistas #1, the latest release from IDW's Black Crown imprint, is an unexpected debut from Tini Howard and Gilbert Hernandez.
Women take the power back in Image Comics' powerful Coyotes #1, from writer Sean Lewis and artist Caitlin Yarsky.
As the launch title of IDW's Black Crown imprint, Kid Lobotomy #1 by Peter Milligan & Tess Fowler is as weird and wonderful as you'd hope.
We run down the list of suspects likely to be revealed as Riverdale's hooded killer - and on character who it probably isn't.
The Archie-inspired Riverdale returns tonight for Season 2, and there are plenty of questions that we need answers to sooner rather than later.
DC Comics and Archie Comics team for Harley and Ivy Meet Betty and Veronica #1, which doesn't do justice to any of the title characters.
Will the dark magic-fueled world of Sabrina take place in the same reality as Riverdale's steamy teen drama?
Image Comics' Angelic #1, by Simon Spurrier & Caspar Wijngaard, shows the bright side of living in a post-apocalyptic, post-human world.
Motor Crush #6 by Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr starts a new arc that shows life before everything went to hell.
Looking for your next fantasy fix? Look no further than Scales & Scoundrels from Image Comics, by Sebastian Girner & Galaad.
BOOM! Studios' Hi-Fi Fight Club #1, by Carly Usdin and Nina Vakueva, is a fun debut issue for both younger readers and adults.
In new Image series Redlands, Jordie Bellaire & Vanesa Del Rey present a horror story where the victims have it coming.
If you're looking for more ass-kicking bisexual female spies, Anthony Johnston & Shari Chankhamma's Ghost Station Zero is the comic for you.
Fans of Babysitter’s Club, Sailor Moon and Dream Daddy will love Image Comics' Moonstruck #1, by Grace Ellis and Shae Beagle.
Lights' Skin & Earth #1 brings her latest album to comic books, and while the ideas are interesting, the execution leaves much to be desired.
Image Comics' Shirtless Bear-Fighter #1 contains all of the shirtless bear-fighting action you crave, and then some.