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Category: Fast and Easy

Resident comic book expert, Spencer Church, shares with us his Fast and Easy posts. Whether it be reviews or recommendations, anything under the Fast and Easy tag will be a quick read; telling you only what you need to know. We know you’re busy, but these won’t take any time to read. And sometimes, don’t you just need things to be fast and easy?

Postal Volume 1 Review

The townsfolk of Eden, Wyoming wake up to the first official murder the town has seen in 25 years. Their reaction to this isn’t normal and there’s a reason for that.

Jazz Legend #1 Review

If Miles Davis had been the one to fall down the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland, you would have had something closely resembling the bizarre and turbulent world of Jazz Legend.

Afrodisiac Review

The crew behind Street Angel hits the ghetto with the Afrodisiac - in SuperColor! There’s cats, gats, spats, and feathered hats…action as big as a Georgia ham and wool so fine it'll blow your mind! Lock up your daughters, come hell or high water, cause here comes the king of the concrete jungle!

The Accelerators Volume 3 Review

A group of accidental time travelers find themselves stranded in the future with a time machine that can only go forward. Their only hope is to keep moving, jumping further and further in search of a future that can show them a way back home. As the world crumbles around them in fast-forward, our heroes fight to survive a series of dangerous and surreal futures, each one wilder than the next. This third volume of the acclaimed ongoing story combines Issues 11-15 of THE ACCELERATORS.

Action Comics Reaches 1000

Action Comics has made it to issue 1000. To celebrate this great achievement, we decided to take a quick look back on the history of Action Comics.

Robot Dream Review

When a lonely human-robot-hybrid refuses to live a life of seclusion, he finds a community of outcasts in the world of electronic music. But, when he discovers his remixes have the power to heal broken hearts and minds, he must learn that revealing who you truly are comes at a price before he is captured by the people who “created” him.

Superman American Alien Review

This is not a Superman comic. This is the story of Clark Kent, a Kansas farm boy who happens to be from another planet. It’s the story of a scared young boy with impossible powers, of a teenage delinquent with a lot to learn, of a reporter with a nose for the truth who’s keeping the biggest secret the world has ever known. This is not the Superman you know. Not yet.

From Gauntlet To War.

With the new Avengers movie coming out this week, we thought it would be fun to speculate on some stuff we might see.

Retro Comic Review: The Infinity Gauntlet

The Mad Titan Thanos has seized control of Infinity Gauntlet and with it near-omnipotent power! Who can stop this deadly new overlord? All of Marvel's top heroes star in this epic of cosmic proportions!

Green Lantern Earth One: Volume 1 Review

Hal Jordan yearns for the thrill of discovery, but the days when astronaut and adventure were synonymous are long gone. His gig prospecting asteroids for Ferris Galactic is less than fulfilling--but at least he's not on Earth, where technology and culture have stagnated.

Indie Comic Review: The Rejected

Billy is hounded, bullied and abused. He wants nothing more than a loving family... but it doesn't seem to be in the cards for him. That hate. That dejection. It calls out in Billy's voice and, this time, something answered. The Rejected, led by Mr. Teeth, offer Billy otherworldly protection and a place in the family. The shadowy beings allow Billy to take his revenge on anyone that maligned him. Billy has to be careful, though. The Rejected can make your desires come true... but at what price?

Indie Comic Review: Bless The Children

When the sole survivor of a doomed Westward expedition arrives in a small town, he begins seeing children of whom no one else is aware. Who are they and what do they want? Bless the Children is a 15-page black-and-white Western comic book about the horrors of frontier isolation.