Tanjiro returns home to find his family slain and a sister turned into a demon! RogueSymbiote reviews Demon Slayer Volume 1!
What happens when a gruff Colonel goes on the run from the military with a Russian computer hacker and an eight-foot-tall alien woman? Beautiful Chaos!
Zelyhon reviews volume 2 of Mars Chronicle, which returns us to the “present” version of Alita as well as reintroducing several important side characters.
What happens when the bully becomes the bullied? And what are the Bully Wars? Lowfat reviews Bully Wars #1 by Image Comics.
Clockwork Planet returns! Naoto and his cyborg friends must find a way to save Tokyo. They must face a doomsday machine and a military coup in these two action packed volumes.
The latest volume of Tokyo Ghoul: re provides major action and consequences for the CCG and Ghouls alike! EyeSpyeAlex discusses the gory details.
Thunderheavyarm embraces the madness that is Lovecraftian lore – though spun in a slightly different way. Check out his review of Cthulhu is Hard to Spell from Russell Nohelty/WannaBe Press!
The newest volume of The Young Master’s Revenge has Leo questioning his feelings for Tenma?! EyeSpyeAlex dishes on this predicament in her review.
Boy meets cat, cat gives superpowers? Resident cat-lover Gone Batty Cosplay reviews Black Torch – volume 1!
On the exotic planet Adenia, a relic hunter named Remi discovers a special stone. She must keep her excavations secret from the Kingdom of Kaladon’s fanatical rulers. Lowfat reviews Artifact One Issue #0 by Aspen Comics.
Zelyhon reviews Battle Angel Alita: Mars Chronicle Volume 1, the third series in the Battle Angel Alita franchise. Be sure to be caught up before beginning!
Daryl Lorenz returns in the latest volume of Mobile Suit Gundam Thunderbolt, as Zeon forces seek to uncover the Nanyang Alliance’s manufacturing facility.
Daryl Lorenz cares for the traumatized Dr. Mitchum as Federation ace Io Fleming is faced with a ghost from his past – Mithrandiel reviews Gundam Thunderbolt volumes 6-7!
A pixie leads a violent life, death, and unlife. Along the way, she learns that all problems – from intolerance to betrayal – can be solved with more violence! Lowfat reviews Pixie Dust by Russell Nohelty and Nicolas Touris.