Daredevil Legends, vol. 1: Yellow

The superhero’s origin defines that hero. It determines what kind of hero they will become and the future life-or-death decisions they will make. The comic book team of writer Jeph Loeb and artist Tim Sale has practically made a living…

Leave it to Chance, vol. 1: Shaman’s Rain

In the town of Devil’s Echo, demons and goblins from other realms are so common that for generations the city has employed a full-time “occult investigator” to keep paranormal activity under control. Lucas Falconer is the veteran of many such…

Hellboy, vol. 1: Seed of Destruction

Hellboy– you’d think the name would say it all. I had visions of devils dancing on shoulders with impish glee. The solid, heavily shadowed figure on the cover of Mike Mignola’s classic, however, should’ve clued me in– Hellboy is far…

Sojourn, vol. 1: From the Ashes

Long, long ago, an evil warlord named Mordath nearly conquered the Five Lands of Quin. They banded together against him, and defeated him with the help of a great warrior named Ayden. Ayden’s origins were a mystery, he called himself…

Fables, vol. 1: Legends in Exile

It’s a familiar story: a Manhattan party girl has gone missing, and her apartment is stained with blood. A hard-boiled detective must sort out the clues. But in this case, the girl is Rose Red (Snow White’s sister), the detective…

Red Star, vol. 2: Nokgorka

The audacity of reworking Russian history and filling it with technology-driven sorcery and mythological destinies still wows me when I consider Red Star–the authority and brilliance with which Team Red Star does leaves me gasping. We return to the world…