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22h16 15  janvier
Review: FUTURE STATE: JUSTICE LEAGUE #1 Falls Short of Greatness
Jose "Jody" Cardona
The Justice League of the Future Faces a Past Threat Future State is upon us, and we get to meet an all-new generation of heroes. Last week, we had several comics introducing us to the Next Batman, Superman, and more. As with the generation before, the heroes of tomorrow have gathered to form a...
19h16 15  janvier
5-Page Preview: SPECTER INSPECTORS #1 From BOOM Studios
Anthony Composto - EIC
SPECTER INSPECTORS #1 hits your local comic book store on February 3, but thanks to BOOM Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for you. About the five-issue mini-series: True believer Noa, her cynical little sibling Gus, credulous camera man Ko, and Noa’s skeptical...
15h29 15  janvier
Marvel Comics Exclusive First Look: WOLVERINE: BLACK, WHITE, & BLOOD #3
Anthony Composto - EIC
WOLVERINE: BLACK, WHITE, & BLOOD #3 hits your local comic book store February 10th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive first-look preview for you. About the issue: THE BEST THERE IS BY THE BEST THERE ARE The groundbreaking series continues Thrill to the Marvel...
22h00 14  janvier
AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: MANIAC OF NEW YORK #1
Anthony Composto - EIC
MANIAC OF NEW YORK #1 hits your local comic book store February 3rd, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for you. About the issue: Four years ago, a masked slasher began stalking the streets of New York City. Maniac Harry is inhuman,...
21h52 14  janvier
Marvel Comics Exclusive Reveal: WOLVERINE #11
Anthony Composto - EIC
WOLVERINE #11 is due to hit your local comic shop in April, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has the privilege of revealing the cover and solicit text for you today The comic is by writer Benjamin Percy and artist Scot Eaton, with a cover by Adam Kubert. About the issue...
21h50 14  janvier
Review: THE AUTUMNAL #4 Hiding The Past In Years Of Terror
Justin Munday
Writer Daniel Kraus and artist Chris Shehan, along with colorist Jason Wordie and letterer Jim Campbell, return to the town of Comfort Notch to tell some fireside tales of woe in The Autumnal #4. This fourth chapter has Kat going to great lengths to overturn the stones covering this town’s past,...
21h31 14  janvier
Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: AVENGERS #41
Anthony Composto - EIC
AVENGERS #41 hits your local comic book store January 20th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for you. About the issue: THE BATTLE TO DECIDE THE ALL-NEW PHOENIX CONTINUES Who will wield the power of the PHOENIX FORCE? A globe-spanning...
19h34 14  janvier
Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #57 Spider-Man At His Breaking Point
David Weber
The Amazing Spider-Man #57, out now from Marvel Comics, is an issue full of biting dialogue and story that is supported phenomenally by the art, coloring, and lettering. It has been a while since we’ve had an issue with writing this splendid. Nick Spencer makes The Amazing Spider-Man #57 into an...
19h32 14  janvier
Review: FUTURE STATE: GREEN LANTERN #1 Taking the Ring from the Lantern
David Weber
Future State: Green Lantern #1, out now from DC Comics, shows us enthralling tales where members of the Green Lantern core lose their power rings. What will become of some of your favorite heroes when they are stripped of their powers? Last Lanterns The main story of Future State: Green Lantern...
03h23 14  janvier
Review: SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #36 Hints At More
Anthony Wendel
Sonic The Hedgehog #36 comes out this week from IDW comic and concludes the Chao Races and Badnik Bases storyline. The first story after the metal virus arc, this more lighthearted tale takes time to lay the groundwork for events happening in the future. The wrap-up arrives thanks to Evan...
21h44 13  janvier
KING IN BLACK: PLANET OF THE SYMBIOTES #1: For The Venomaniacs
Jake Palermo
King In Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1 begins a special tie-in from Marvel Comics out on January 13. This serves as a sequel to characters from the tie-ins of the preceding event Absolute Carnage. Background In the Absolute Carnage event former Venom co-stars Andi Benton and symbiote Scream...
18h26 13  janvier
KING IN BLACK THUNDERBOLTS #1: Marvel’s Private Suicide Squad
Jake Palermo
King In Black Thunderbolts #1 begins Marvel Comics’ newest rendition of a supervillain ensemble on January 13. Through Kingpin, writer Matthew Rosenberg puts Taskmaster and Star through a gauntlet they might not survive. Artist Juan Ferreyra showcases the entire issue’s dire mood with impressive...
16h56 13  janvier
Review: STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #9 Shows Why Vader Is So Special
Corey Patterson
STAR WARS: DARTH VADER #9, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January 13th, continues the tale of Darth Vader’s journey from exile on Mustafar. The Sith assassin Ochi of Bestoon is hot on his tail after their fight last issue. Fortunately, Vader narrowly escapes the mercenary’s grasp. But...
14h04 13  janvier
Review: HAHA #1 Is It Rational To Be Happy In A Sad World?
Corey Patterson
From the brilliant mind of writer W. Maxwell Prince comes a new series in HAHA #1, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January 13th. In this classic style of one-shot storytelling, readers take a look at the inner life of a true-blue clown. But it’s not all jokes and red noses. Life can be...
21h02 12  janvier
Review: SWEET TOOTH: THE RETURN #3 Keeps Amping Up Its Mystery
Justin Munday
Writer and artist Jeff Lemire’s sequel to his career-making hit hits its third chapter with Sweet Tooth: The Return #3. This issue ups the tension of the story by increasing the cast of important characters, each with their own personal stakes in this mysterious game being played. The mystery...
18h58 12  janvier
Review: Cowards, Bloodshed and Greed in SPACE BASTARDS #1
Zac Owens
Humanoids’ Space Bastards #1 is a lot to stomach. It’s the dark comedy sci-fi we all wish we’d thought of. Writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey, with artist Darick Robertson, colorist Diego Rodriguez, and letterer Simon Bowland show us a world that makes just a little too much sense. In Space...
18h53 12  janvier
Review: Bruce and Grifter in FUTURE STATE: DARK DETECTIVE #1
Zac Owens
DARK DETECTIVE #1: Bruce Wayne is a Dead Man Writing: 5 5 Art: 5 5 Coloring: 5 5 Lettering: 5 5 Dead looks good on Bruce Wayne. That’s because Batman’s character is always at his most entertaining when he’s backed against a wall. Plenty of creators have found new ways of doing this. Take his...
18h43 12  janvier
Chido Comics Partners With Bridge Works Entertainment To Create Latinx Superhero Stories
Matthew Sardo
Announced last week, George Salinas of Bridge Works Entertainment has partnered with Ivan Plaza, owner and founder of the Latinx comic book publisher, Chido Comics, to produce their next TV and film titles. No timetable was announced but the partnership will bring new premium television series and...
13h05 12  janvier
5-Page Preview: ORCS #1 From BOOM Studios
Matthew Sardo
ORCs #1 hits your local comic book shop on February 10, but thanks to BOOM Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for our readers. About ORCS #1: The Adventure Starts Here Join Bog and his crew, who were banished from their Orc village by King Hrograhgah (it was a...
02h54 12  janvier
Review: Going Further Into the Underground in BLADE RUNNER 2029 #2
Justin Munday
Writer Mike Johnson and artist Andres Guinaldo return with to the grimy streets of Neo-L.A. with Blade Runner 2029 #2. Along with colorist Marco Lesko and lettering by Jim Campbell, this 2nd chapter of this Blade Runner sequel-series does exactly as a proper sci-fi installment should, offering...
17h35 10  janvier
Review: FUTURE STATE: WONDER WOMAN #1 The Escapist Adventure We Needed
AJ O. Mason
FUTURE STATE: WONDER WOMAN #1, out now from DC Comics, is the first issue of a two-issue miniseries by writer artist Jöelle Jones, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Clayton Cowles. With an ingenious, fun plot and gorgeous, captivating artwork, this issue serves in these difficult times as the...
02h06 08  janvier
A Bewitching Tale Begins in LAST WITCH #1
Cat Wyatt
Last Witch #1 throws readers into a new world, where young Saorise is determined to break the rules for the sake of adventure. Read the full story here: A Bewitching Tale Begins in LAST WITCH #1 and check out Cat Wyatt’s work for more articles like this.
00h45 08  janvier
Twisting the Narrative in SPIDER-WOMAN #8
Cat Wyatt
Spider-Woman #8 is an issue that brings with it much concern, as Jessica Drew finds a new path to the cure she desperately seeks. Read the full story here: Twisting the Narrative in SPIDER-WOMAN #8 and check out Cat Wyatt’s work for more articles like this.
21h50 07  janvier
Review: SCOUT’S HONOR #1 Throws You Directly Into The Superb Action
Darryll Robson
Scouts Honor never lets you take a breath so that by the end you find yourself totally engrossed in the world. Read the full story here: Review: SCOUT’S HONOR #1 Throws You Directly Into The Superb Action and check out Darryll Robson’s work for more articles like this.
19h59 07  janvier
4-Page Preview: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #57 Last Remains: Post-Mortem, Part 2
Matthew Sardo
THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #57 hits your local comic book shop next week, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for our readers. Last Remains: Post-Mortem, Part 2 is written by Nick Spencer, while Mark Bagley handles pencils, Andrew Hennessy and John...
18h13 07  janvier
AfterShock Comics: MISKATONIC #3 Four-Page Preview
Matthew Sardo
MISKATONIC #3 hits your local comic book shop on January 20, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for our readers. The 32-page comics is written by Mark Sable, with art by Giorgio Pontrelli, Pippa Bowland drops the color, and you will read...
22h32 06  janvier
Review: STAR WARS: THE HIGH REPUBLIC #1 Brings Wonder Back to A Galaxy Far Far Away
Justin Munday
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, the Republic and the Jedi Order were at the peak of their prosperity. Writer Cavan Scott and artist Ario Anindito, along with inker Mark Morales, colorist Annalisa Leoni, and letterer Ariana Maher put together Star Wars: The High Republic #1, the first...
21h14 06  janvier
Review: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #56 A Deadly Alliance
David Weber
The Amazing Spider-Man #56, out now from Marvel Comics, is an explosive issue that is the first part of Last Remains Post Mortem and keeps the story twisting and turning. About the book: Norman Osborn and the Kingpin have united to achieve a common goal of trapping the demonic Kindred. The...
19h08 06  janvier
BATMAN ANNUAL #5: Hope Is Found In The Grotesque
Jake Palermo
Batman Annual #5 out now from DC Comics displays new and old Batman mythos meeting at a junction. Batman writer James Tynion IV with artist James Stokoe showcase dealing with the absurdities of Gotham and Batman. Joining them is letterer Clayton Cowles to display the voices of everyone dealing with...
17h18 06  janvier
Review: CROSSOVER #3 Epic, Is One Word You Could Use
David Weber
Crossover #3, out today from Image Comics, is the most monumental issue in the series thus far. Featuring the biggest battles, a great cliffhanger, and the most crossovers. Donny Cates’ writing makes Crossover #3 a gripping read from start to finish. From us finding the truth about something we had...