Polar: The Kaiser Falls is a flat-out masterpiece of a graphic novel. It is gritty, compelling, unapologetically beautiful visual storytelling and features the best of everything this medium has to offer.
Man-Eaters Volume 1 is a generational landmark in the comic book medium. It was not written and drawn like most comics and graphic novels. Rather, it was a directed and orchestrated collision of story, art, graphic design, poetry, biography, history, and unapologetic agenda. It grabs you from page one and smacks you right in the face. But you can’t help but go back and get smacked again until you finally get it.
BRPD Vampire is the story of BRPD Agent Simon Anders and his quest for vengeance against not only a twisted clutch of vampires but also the minions of Hecate.
Judge Dredd has been around for 42 years. He has been the source of endless books and comics and two feature films. So, if you’re going to take on a character with that level of pedigree and history, you'd better do it right. Writer Paul Jenkins and artist Marco Castiello got it right.
Infinite Dark #4 is the finale of the initial story arc of the series. It pits Deva Karrel against the entropy entity that has invaded and imperiled the space station, Orpheus, which houses thousands of innocent lives.
B.R.P.D.: Vampire is the story of B.R.P.D. Agent Simon Anders and his quest for vengeance against not only a twisted clutch of vampires but also the minions of Hecate.
Issue #4 follows our hero Faith Dreamside into the Deadside, a nightmare landscape ruled by the malevolent Belu. Belu has captured Faith’s ally and friend, Monica Jim, and plans to leverage Monica to enable his own power and conquer additional realms.