Chief Warrant Officer Graven Tower is a ruggedly handsome military policeman who hates aliens. Fortunately, as a member of His Grace’s Military Crimes Investigation Division – Xenocriminology and Alien Relations, he gets to arrest a lot of them. Sometimes he even gets to shoot them.
But while he doesn’t like aliens, Chief Tower does very much like Detector Derin Hildreth of the Trans Paradis Police Department, who is unmistakably human. So when Tower has the chance to investigate the mysterious murder of an alien on the streets of Trans Paradis with her, he’s not about to miss the opportunity. Especially when their mutual investigation just might give him the excuse to shoot an alien or three.
Read More 2018 Day 59B – Review – QUANTUM MORTIS A Man Disrupted #1: By the Book by Vox Day, Steve Rzasa, Matvei Daniilovich
O Death, where is thy general?
Confederate general Stonewall Jackson has fallen, mortally wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville. Taken from the battlefield to his deathbed, he is not afraid to die, but Satan has different plans for him. Playing on the vanity of an aged voodoo priestess, the Devil decides to raise Stonewall from the grave and place the greatest tactical commander of the Civil War at the head of an evil army of angry dead.
The South rises again in REBEL DEAD REVENGE!
Read More 2018 Day 59A – Review – Rebel Dead Revenge #1: Stonewall’s Arm by Gary Kwapisz
“Turning the envelope over, his hand trembling, Harry saw a purple wax seal bearing a coat of arms; a lion, an eagle, a badger and a snake surrounding a large letter ‘H’.”
Harry Potter has never even heard of Hogwarts when the letters start dropping on the doormat at number four, Privet Drive. Addressed in green ink on yellowish parchment with a purple seal, they are swiftly confiscated by his grisly aunt and uncle. Then, on Harry’s eleventh birthday, a great beetle-eyed giant of a man called Rubeus Hagrid bursts in with some astonishing news: Harry Potter is a wizard, and he has a place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. An incredible adventure is about to begin!
Read More 2018 Day 58B – Review – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
In a barren world where a looming shadow stretches its prevailing grasp, Little Red is a starving humanity’s last hope. Yet will her contempt for the dark forces of this world be the very catalyst to its demise? Follow our young warrior as she traverses a landscape of fabled enemies and new found friends en route to discovering her own redemption at any cost.
Read More 2018 Day 58A – Review – Abiding Perdition #1 by Nick Schley
Who will live? Who will die? Who will get diaper rash? Find out as the X-Babies face the A-Babies in the tie-in to end all tie-ins! Which side will crawl away victorious?
Read More 2018 Day 57B – Review – A-Babies vs. X-Babies #1 by Skottie Young, Gurihiru
Spinning directly out of AVX! This issue: Wolverine teams up with the Hulk, and Captain America meets up with Cable!
Read More 2018 Day 57A – Review – A+X (Avengers + X-Men) #1 by Dan Slott, Jeph Loeb
My name is Leah Tusa. I’m fourteen years old. I enjoy reading and school. I’m skinny, not very strong, clumsy and I still sleep with stuffed animals. None of which are very useful in a zombie apocalypse.
My brother Luke is the complete opposite, strong, athletic, and couldn’t care less about academics. He’s gone missing and I’m left to fend for myself.
People like me weren’t meant to survive in such a world, yet here I am. Thankfully I find Rudy who saves and trains me as I search for my brother.
Oh, and Rudy’s a handsome guy that’s my age. I fear the trick will be to live long enough to find out if we have a chance at romance.
It seems all the adults and most of the kids have become undead. No one left to tell us what to do, or protect us.
Read More 2018 Day 56B – Review – Curse of the Immune by Levi Doone
To kill a king…they created an army.
Read More 2018 Day 56A – Review – Unity, Vol. 1: To Kill a King by Matt Kindt, Doug Braithwaite, Brian Reber
The world’s most dangerous man, Toyo Harada, has been struck by the one thing he never thought possible – fear. Halfway across the globe, a new power threatens to topple modern civilization and, to preempt the cataclysm that is to come, Harada will unite the most unforgiving team the world has ever known – Unity. Their mission: defeat the threat responsible for the destruction of MI-6, the decimation of an alien world, and the occupation of Eastern Europe… Unseat the warrior king armed with the universe’s most powerful weapon… Kill X-O Manowar!
By New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (MIND MGMT) and superstar artist Doug Braithwaite (Justice), discover the greatest heroes of the Valiant Universe right here with the landmark first arc of the chart-topping series that Ain’t It Cool News calls “completely satisfying.”
Never tried a Valiant comic? Get hooked right here with 100+ pages of Valiant’s most memorable moments for just $5.99 Featuring James Asmus (Gambit), Doug Braithwaite (Justice), Clayton Crain (X-Force), Joshua Dysart (BPRD), Bryan Hitch (The Ultimates), Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT), John Layman (Chew), Jen Van Meter (Captain Marvel), Robert Venditti (Green Lantern), and many more!
This is your chance to find out why VALIANT is the MUST READ superhero publisher in comics today with the second value-priced collection of Valiant’s greatest hits! Re-presenting RAI #1, ARMOR HUNTERS #3, QUANTUM AND WOODY: THE GOAT #0, THE DEATH-DEFYING DR. MIRAGE #1, and HARBINGER: BLEEDING MONK #0 – plus sensational short stories from X-O MANOWAR #25 and ARCHER & ARMSTRONG #25 – start reading here to find out why IGN declares, “If you haven’t jumped on the Valiant bandwagon yet, now is the time.”
Read More 2018 Day 55B – Review – Must Read Valiant: Greatest Hits #2 by Various
Never tried a Valiant comic?! Start reading here – with more than 100 pages of Valiant Comics greatness for just $5.99!
Find out why VALIANT is the MUST READ superhero publisher in comics today with a greatest hits collection of can’t-miss moments from across the Valiant Universe! Re-presenting X-O MANOWAR #5, QUANTUM AND WOODY #1, HARBINGER #1, HARBINGER WARS #2, and SHADOWMAN #0, MUST READ VALIANT: GREATEST HITS #1 is the perfect place to find out why IGN is declaring: “Nobody is making superhero books like this, which is exactly why you should be paying attention to Valiant Comics.
Read More 2018 Day 55A – Review – Must Read Valiant: Greatest Hits #1 by Various