All in Comedy
This story is over the top ridiculous in the best way. It's an absolutely hilarious meme-filled shitposting dream. There's no better way Spider-Man and Deadpool's adventure could've ended.
A complete departure from a comic book format altogether that launches itself into 32 pages of fully-playable micro games.
The first arc of the smartest funny animal comedy around today makes an engagingly witty end in its sixth monthly installment.
Wonder Twins continues to be a weird, misshapen highlight in DC’s current publishing line.
Comedy finds more cleverly inventive off-center narrative as the mystery deepens.
Wonder Twins continues to be the ridiculous shining star of DC’s Wonder Comics line.
Once again, Giffen and Roman brilliantly develop a very unique blend of satire and serious drama.
1980s record company A&R guy Martin Mills is in over his head.
Cain’s humor is brilliant around the corners of a very emotionally engaging mystery.
Stylistically much more eclectic than previous Marvel 80th anniversary revivals."
It’s up to the Exorsisters to confront the menace of The First Shadow.
A man from Martin’s violent past pops-up as an imposing giant of a bodyguard.
A rabbit consults with a deranged rodent in an attempt to save a small home from the clutches of an unscrupulous investor.
Humphries continues to put together a really clever multi-layered script.
A clever paranormal sitcom with wit and genuinely funny dialogue.
Martin Mills is a music industry A&R guy. Like any other good A&R guy, he knows how to make deals with rising talent. Unlike any other good A&R guy, he’s kind of a sociopath.
It’s a sitcomic book and wouldn’t feel quite right in any other format.