The Butcher Diaries: ‘The Boys: Dear Becky #1’ Reviewed

Wee Hughie has been hiding out in Scotland with Annie. Hughie spends a night getting drunk with a friend before returning home and finding a journal. It has letters intended for Becky, and it shocks Hughie to his core.

Read more

The Last Act Of Valery Stepanovich: ‘Punisher: Soviet #6’ Reviewed

Valery Stepanovich is dead, but the Punisher is still going to carry out his final wish. Frank tracks Pronchenko down to a meeting with his senator contact at a remote location. Frank confronts Pronchenko and the senator and does what Valery wanted him to do.

Read more

Millennia Of Loneliness And Death: ‘The Old Guard: Force Multiplied #4’ Reviewed

Andy looks back on her long, long life and all the misery, loneliness, and death she has witnessed. She also remembers how that streak was broken by the arrival of Noriko. She must now reconcile that Noriko with the bloodsoaked and vengeful Noriko that stands before her.

Read more

No Mere Trophy Wife: ‘Punisher: Soviet #4’ Reviewed

The Punisher and Valery Stepanovich capture Pronchenko’s wife, a young woman named Zinaida. However, Zinaida isn’t the scared and hapless trophy wife Frank and Valery expect her to be. Something more is coming on here, and it may just get the two men killed.

Read more

Review: Drowning In The Centuries In ‘Old Guard: Force Multiplied #3’

Her name is Noriko, and she wants to see Andy and her friends suffer. She was left for dead years ago after being washed off a ship, and she has spent the centuries since drowning, reviving, and drowning again.

Read more

The Big Score Gets Rocky In Criminal #11

Teeg, Tommy, and Jane enact their plan to rob the Wrestle Madness events of all its cash. Things seem to be going according to plan, but things complicate when the security guards seem to be on high alert. Teeg gets paranoid and desperate, and that means blood is going to run.

Read more

Two Old War Dogs Meet In Punisher: Soviet #2

The Punisher meets Valery Stepanovich, the man whose attacks on Pronchenko’s operation have been blamed on Frank himself. This was not intentional, and Valery seems to want to work with Frank in bringing down Pronchenko. Will Frank trust Valery?

Read more

Make Me Stay With Trees: Three Fates #3

Kiara has begun to see Sasha near the Tree and inside her own home. She thinks she may be going mad, but she’s also ready to embrace the delusion. Meanwhile, a man bleeds on the floor of his garage, and the man’s wife shows no sympathy for his plight.

Read more

There Is Always A Price: Moonshine #13 Reviewed

Lou seeks the help of Delia’s sisters, Angelique and Eva for help with his werewolf curse. They offer no help, as Lou has nothing to offer in return. This leaves Lou to seek his fortune in the seedier sides of town in the hopes he can find something to give Delia’s sisters.

Read more

Frank Is Back In Punisher: Soviet #1

The Punisher finds a Russian mafia operation that was recently the victim of a hit. This particular attack was clean, precise, and quick, much like his own work. Frank worries what may have just come to town, and he begins his further investigation into this particular Russian crime family.

Read more

What We Lose In Repression: SFSX #2 Reviewed

Avory returns to the Dirty Mind in the hopes that she can get help saving George from the Party’s Pleasure Center. However, Casey and Sylvia aren’t ready to forgive and forget that Avory abandoned them when the Party raided the Dirty Mind. Avory is going to have to get help from someone else.

Read more

Lick And Lack Thereof: Tommy Gun Wizards #3 Reviewed

The Untouchables meet up to discuss their next move against Al Capone while the man himself punishes the failures of his footsoldiers. Toad isn’t happy with Capone’s moves of late either, and Ness meets up with Candice.

Read more

Healthy Doses Of Mobsters, Magic, And Mayhem In Tommy Gun Wizards #1

Eliot Ness and his team of Untouchables work overtime taking on dangerous criminals that hide in the seedy underbelly of

Read more

The Mask: Still Smokin’- A 25th Anniversary Retrospective

Man, oh, man, I’m starting to feel old. This year marks two-and-a-half decades of Jim Carrey (Kidding) being an absolute

Read more