Sentinel, vol. 1: Salvage

Nothing in life has come easy for Juston Seyfert, and in fact if you asked him he might tell you that nothing much has ever come his way, period. Life is hard on the world’s junior-high geeks and dorks, budding…

Instant Teen (Just Add Nuts), vol. 1

Most little girls, it seems, want to grow up far faster than their bodies naturally do. Most every one can remember a private incident of make up and bra-stuffing to see what she might look like with womanly curves and…

Love Fights, vol. 1

There have been quite a few series lately that focus on what mere mortals’ lives might be like in a world of superheroes, from Bendis’ and Rucka’s cop-centric Powers and Gotham Central to Kurt Busiek’s classic Marvels. As with all…

Shockrockets: We Have Ignition!

A refreshingly classic science fiction comic, Shock Rockets fits the bill for a plethora of requests from comics fans requesting more diversity from U.S. comics – a multi-racial cast with an Hispanic hero, strong female characters minus the skimpy outfits,…

Green Arrow, vol. 5: City Walls

My reaction to this volume was generally, enh. It certainly wasn’t bad. It just wasn’t exciting either. In the aftermath of the last volume, Oliver is more than a little wary and protective of his various children and pseudo-children. He’s…