Not much happens, yet so much is happening. This is heartbreaking, yet uncomfortably familiar. It's difficult to read, but I mean that in the best way.
The series so far is an intriguing take on Jareth the Goblin King and the world of the Labyrinth.
Whilst this might not set the world on fire plot wise, it is fun, true to the characters and clearly building up to something pretty epic.
Aaron has known it was going down like this for a long time and the payoff was heartbreaking.
Barbarella #4 is a visual splash of sixties rainbow garnish and slinky sexuality.
She-Hulk is back in green! After a long road from coma, trauma, and intense therapy, Jen Walters is starting over.
This whole issue packs so much into so little space, there's so much more I want to talk about, but
So, when I first heard of Paper Girls I assumed it’d be Lumberjanes via Stranger Things. Boy was I wrong.
If you love bold, fun superhero antics with cool gadgets, robots and dinosaurs- pick this up immediately.
A horror comic? Set in the seventies? With a female protagonist? Addressing themes of social injustice? Sign me up sailor!