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11  mai     14h02
Review: The Pieces All Fall Together in RORSCHACH #8
Zac Owens    The story of DC Comics’ series Rorschach is complex and confusing. But writer Tom King, artist Jorge Fornes, colorist Dave Stewart, and letterer Clayton Cowles don’t let us think for a second that that’s because they are being unclear. No, Rorschach #8 is incredibly clear. It’s concise and...
07  mai     18h11
Exclusive Preview: NUCLEAR FAMILY #4 from Stephanie Phillips & Tony Shasteen
Matthew Sardo    NUCLEAR FAMILY #4 hits your local comic book shop on May 26, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for our readers. The book is written by Stephanie Phillips, with art by Tony Shasteen, JD Mettler drops the color, and you will read Troy Peteri’s...
06  mai     18h10
Matthew Sardo    CHILDREN OF ATOM #3 Publisher: Marvel Comics Diamond Code: APR200893 Creators: (W) Vita Ayala (A) Paco Medina (CA) R. B. Silva About the issue: ORIGIN REVEALED Who are the X-Men’s sidekicks behind the masks? Meanwhile, a brand new alternative medicine is changing lives at school, but who’s...
Review: GOD OF WAR: FALLEN GOD #3 Brings The Rage
Corey Patterson    GOD OF WAR: FALLEN GOD #3, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, May 5th, features another set of monumental challenges for Kratos. Running from the challenges facing the demigod clearly isn’t working, so he’s decided to unleash his rage once again. As a result, this issue features a version...
05  mai     18h10
X-MEN: CURSE OF THE MAN-THING #1: Monster Matters
Jake Palermo    X-Men: Curse of the Man-Thing #1 brings to comic stores the finale of a Marvel Comics mini-event on May 5. Writer Steve Orlando completes the arc of the titular Man-Thing with help from the X-Men. Artist Andrea Broccardo provides dynamic artwork that makes monstrous characters look heroic. Colorist...
FEAR CASE #4: Closing One Case Opens Up More
Jake Palermo    Fear Case #4 ends Dark Horse Entertainment’s gripping mini-series on May 5. Writer Matt Kindt wraps up the story by satisfying the reader’s dread. It’s a feeling that artist Tyler Jenkins expresses to the reader with empty space, and for Hilary Jenkins to fill those spaces with colors of terror...
Review: Danny Faces Okoye And Others In IRON FIST: HEART OF THE DRAGON #5
Corey Patterson    IRON FIST: HEART OF THE DRAGON #5, hitting comic book stores on Wednesday, May 5th, features a massive escalation in tension among the heavenly cities. Hierophant and his servants are hell-bent on stealing the mystical powers of the cities’ dragons. And others are vying for the power as well....
Review: CYBERPUNK 2077: YOU HAVE MY WORD #1 For Oriona
Elizabeth Buck    Dark Horse Comics and CD Projekt Red follow up Trauma Team by taking us underground Night City in Cyberpunk 2077: You Have My Word #1. Available now, the first issue of four is written by Bartosz Sztybor and illustrated by Jesà s Hervás. Contributing colors and lettering are Giulia Brusco and Frank...
How EVE #1 Introduces a World Forever Altered By Climate Change
Cat Wyatt    Eve #1 introduces readers to a world where the ice caps have melted, flooding the world and releasing new horrors upon humanity. Head over to to read this article.
How Power Saves and Corrupts in THE LAST WITCH #5
Cat Wyatt    The Last Witch #5 concludes this miniseries, as Saoirse’s story hits new emotional highs and lows - as she chooses her path. Head over to to read this article.
Review: MAN-BAT #4: The Best And Worst Kind Of Monsters
Jake Palermo    Man-Bat #4 hits comic stores on May 4th, continuing DC Comics’ gripping series. Dave Wielgosz writes this issue’s narrative around the exploitation of a characters’ innermost desires. Sumi Kumar enhances this narrative by illustrating how the characters present themselves. The colors by Romulo...
Review: Fighting For Precious Cargo In STAR WARS: WAR OF THE BOUNTY HUNTERS ALPHA #1
Justin Munday    Seasoned Star Wars storyteller Charles Soule (The High Republic, Darth Vader: Dark Lord of the Sith) teams up with powerhouse artist Steve McNiven to deliver a kickass, bloody tale starring our favorite Beskar-clad hired gun in Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters Alpha #1. This prelude event...
04  mai     14h45
Review: THE SWAMP THING #3 Feels Like the Start of an Epic Myth
Zac Owens    You may think you know the Green, the interconnected network of all of the DC Universe’s plant life, but you’ve never seen it like this. Writer Ram V, artist Mike Perkins, colorist Mike Spicer, and letterer Aditya Bidikar invite us deep into the world of the Green in The Swamp Thing #3. It’s...
Exclusive Preview: Maria Llovet’s LUNA #4 from BOOM Studios
Matthew Sardo    Maria Llovet’s LUNA #4 from BOOM Studios hits your local comic book shop on May 19, but Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for our readers, thanks to the publisher. Llovet creates the main cover with a variant cover by Ariela Kristantina. About the issue: In this darkly...
01  mai     13h05
Review: CROSSOVER #6 Full of BIG Appearances
David Weber    Crossover #6, out now from Image Comics, is the unforgettable conclusion to the Kids Love Chains arc and introduces exciting new twists. Donny Cates pulls no punches in Crossover #6. If you thought the story elements in the previous issues were shocking or featured amazing crossovers from other...
Why You Should Read: Shade The Changing Girl Woman
Justin Munday    In 2016, Writer and My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way came together with DC Comics to create the Young Animal imprint. This imprint would function similar to how the original Vertigo imprint did back in the early to mid 1980’s, with new writers breathing life into failing or nearly forgotten...
30  avril     20h31
Review: ROBIN #1 On a Journey of Self-Discovery
David Weber    Robin #1, out now from DC Comics, throws Damian into a situation unlike any we’ve ever seen before as he goes on a journey of self-discovery. Things are not easy for Damian Wayne at the moment. After Alfred was brutally murdered right before his eyes, Damian decides to go on a journey similar to...
Elizabeth Buck    You might think Batman, Scooby-Doo, and missing gloves is the setup to a bad joke, but it’s actually the start of a fun new mystery from DC Comics. Available now, The Batman & Scooby-Doo Mysteries #1 is written by Ivan Cohen and illustrated by Dario Brizuela. Colors and lettering were done by...
Review: MY LITTLE PONY TRANSFORMERS 2 #1 Is Still Just As Magical
Anthony Wendel    My Little Pony Transformers 2 #1 out this week from IDW comics features the return of one of the most entertaining crossovers in recent years. The magic cast of My Little Pony teaming up with the galaxy-spanning cast of the Transformers series. This magical crossover is made possible thanks to...
29  avril     21h08
Review: Fall In Love With THE MODERN FRANKENSTEIN #1
Anthony Wendel    The Modern Frankenstein #1 out this week from Magna Comix is a reimagining of the classic story of Frankenstein. In a more familiar time, Dr. Frankenstein is a man pushing the boundaries of medicine, and his student Elizabeth finds him to be fascinating. This engrossing tale arrives thanks to Paul...
Marvel Comics Exclusive Preview: AMERICA CHAVEZ: MADE IN USA #3
Anthony Composto - EIC    AMERICA CHAVEZ: MADE IN USA #3 hits your local comic book store May 5th, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive preview for you. About the issue: WHERE’D YOU GO, AMERICA? The face of America’s mysterious tormentor is revealed and while whom America sees is shocking,...
PHANTOM ON THE SCAN #2 Read the first four pages
Matthew Sardo    PHANTOM ON THE SCAN #2 hits your local comic book shop on May 19, thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview for our readers. The book is written by Cullen Bunn, with art and colors by Mark Torres, and you will read Dave Sharpe’s letter work. About the...
28  avril     18h05
Corey Patterson    CRITICAL ROLE: VOX MACHINA ORIGINS III #2, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, April 28th, features the final battles in Vox Machina’s underground tournament. What first began as a simple means of gaining coin soon evolved into the perfect team building activity. But working together is...
Review: SHADECRAFT #2 The Shadowy Ties That Bind
Corey Patterson    SHADECRAFT #2 hits comic book stores on Wednesday, April 28th, diving deeper into the mystery of the shadows plaguing Zadie Chu. Readers will remember the teenager encountered these living constructs in the woods last issue, almost succumbing to them if not for her brother Ricky. Now that he’s...
Jake Palermo    Amazing Spider-Man: Curse of the Man-Thing #1 from Marvel Comics comes to comic stores on April 28. Writer Steve Orlando continues the journey of protagonist Ted Sallis through Spider-Man and his rogue, The Lizard. Artist Marco Failla with assistance from Minkyu Jung, put the atmospheric tensions...
Building a New Life in BLACK WIDOW #6
Cat Wyatt    Black Widow #6 showcases a heartbroken Natasha Romanoff as she settles into a new life for herself - which is about to get very complicated. Head over to to read this article.
Doom Awaits in ONCE & FUTURE #18
Cat Wyatt    Once & Future #18 wraps up the latest plot arc for the series, bringing new foes and danger to the forefront. Head over to to read this article.
Review: THE MANY DEATHS OF LAILA STARR #1 is a Trope-Busting Wonder of Storytelling
Brandon Mudd    The Many Deaths of Laila Starr No. 1 is the first in a five-issue miniseries from Boom Studios, written by Ram V and drawn by Filipe Andrade, that provides a trope-busting look at reincarnation, thanks to the goddess of death. With a vibe that calls back to one of my favorite novels, Good Omens by...
27  avril     13h35
Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1035 is the Start of a Whole New World
Zac Owens    Detective Comics #1034 was brilliant, but it was also a rather straightforward issue. We met some new characters, were introduced to Bruce’s new norm, and were left with a final cliffhanger. But DC Comic’s Detective Comics #1035 is a different story. It takes all of the same characters we saw in...
Read The First 5 Pages of SEVEN SECRETS #8 by Tom Taylor & Daniele Di Nicuolo
Matthew Sardo    SEVEN SECRETS #8 hist your local comic book shop on May 12, but thanks to BOOM Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has the first five pages for our readers. The book is written by Tom Taylor, with artist Daniele Di Nicuolo, colorist Walter Baiamonte, and letterer Ed Dukeshire. About the issue: The...