Today's First Impressions features reviews and previews of Fiction Squad #1, G.I. Joe #1, George Peréz's Sirens #1, Butterfly #1, Brides of Helheim #1, Metaphysical Neuroma #0, Grimm Fairy Tales 2014 Halloween Special, and Oddly Normal #1.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. had an uneven first season that finally seemed to get its legs when it tied in with Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Did the momentum carry over to Season 2?
This title collects the Concrete Park serial published in the Eisner Award-winning Dark Horse Presents anthology. Features a gritty sci-fi story written by the husband-and-wife team of screenwriter Tony Puryear (Eraser) and actress Erika Alexander (Living Single).
Are you metal enough for the Black Metal: Omnibvs trade paperback? This book collects all three previously-published Black Metal volumes by Rick Spears (The Auteur) and Chuck BB (Secret Skull) in one seriously heavy package clocking in at over 460 pages.
Eisner and Harvey Award-winning cartoonist Roger Langridge (Snarked, The Muppet Show Comic Book) adapts the late Jim Henson's script for an unproduced TV special in this new hardcover.
On this week's Leaving Proof: We do a brief retrospective on Masamune Shirow's Appleseed and revisit Giannis Milonogiannis' Old City Blues. ALSO: A comprehensive cover gallery of all the published English-language editions of Appleseed.
Monday night was the premiere of Fox's Gotham, the story of the city before Batman. It's an interesting idea, but how was the execution?
Top Cow Productions in association with Image Comics releases this oversized hardcover showcase of Adrian Smith's powerful black & white comics art.
The 2006 horror miniseries written by Keith Giffen (Legion of Super-Heroes, Justice League Europe) is available again, this time as adeluxe edition trade paperback. Includes a bonus story drawn by Ron Lim (Infinity Gauntlet, Silver Surfer).
This hardcover collects the miniseries spin-off of the popular RPG from CD Projekt, based on Andrzej Sapkowski's fantasy novels. Features an original story by Eisner Award winner Paul Tobin (Bandette) and art by Joe Querio (Lobster Johnson: Tony Masso's Finest Hour).