Television’s Bionic Woman makes her way to comic books. Based on this uncredited stink bomb, that might not be a good thing.
A young woman wakes with no memory of who she is – or why people are trying to kill her! A slow-burn thriller with cinematic style from the team of Bruce Jones and Brent Anderson.
This legendary “ground level” series gets off to a great start with work by a star-studded cast of artistic talent, including Howard Chaykin, Jim Starlin, Walter Simonson and others.
Tragg has to save a Sky God defector from her own people – and from a monstrous “devil shark.” Lack of back story makes this tale from Don Glut and Dan Spiegle a tough nut to crack.
A nuclear chain reaction blows the moon – and the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha – out of orbit and into space! Nicola Cuti and Joe Staton team to deliver a solid job on this debut issue of a series based on the cult classic Space: 1999 television series.
Judge Death, a warped analogue of the Mega-City judges, comes from another dimension to sentence the living. Judge Dredd makes his U.S. debut in this fine collection of tales by John Wagner and Brian Bolland.
Cerebus the Aardvark arrives at an unnamed tavern and is soon hired to acquire the mystical Flame Jewel. While artistically a little crude, Dave Sim’s opus shows flashes of brilliance right out of the gate.
A primitive man searches for food – and meaning – with the help of his good friend, Stick. This simple story from underground legend Vaughn Bodé is an early masterpiece of the graphic-novel form.
Five artificial teens with superpowers are created as corporate assets – but may prove to have minds of their own! There are hints of something here, but Mark Evanier and Will Meugniot’s indie superhero book never quite connects with this lackluster debut outing.
The Tarantula heads off to eat his alter ego’s secretary, but settles for an Arab supervillain he finds trying to kill her. Strangely wooden weirdness from Gary Friedrich and Pat Boyette.