I'm very happy to say that Rockne and Keith have finally found their groove. This issue manages to balance solid story elements, big revelations, and all the things we've come to love about Farscape. Read More
All in all, I felt that this was a decent wrap-up of the D'Argo's Trial series, but didn't have quite the punch I was hoping for. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but with the exception of issue #3, my feelings towards the D'Argo's Trial series have Read More
Donald Duck and Friends #347 is the first issue Donald Duck is appearing on his new publisher, BOOM! Studios. The Disney icon has been in the comic scene for decades now, but is this issue even worth reading? Read More
I think this would make a great TV show, that's how much I'm enjoying this title. I want to see this on my DVR lineup next to Fringe and Supernatural every week. The characters and the situations are just too engaging and entertaining to have to wait a Read More
Welcome back to the John Crichton Unrealized Reality and Variety Hour. It's the last episode, folks. All the cards are in play, and John is making a last-ditch effort to track down the Aeryn Sun of this universe in hopes that she'll somehow point him Read More
The D'Argo's Trial series has consisted of some solid storytelling, interwoven with predilection towards those that have watched the series. This issue is probably the best thus far, as it highlights the profound complexity of D'Argo's character. Read More
My first impression was "Huh, that kinda looks like a Hellboyish rip off" and, while you can find some similarities, I think you will find that The Anchor stands completely on his own two feet. After reading only the first page, I was completely hooked. Read More
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