Ms. Marvel continues her reign as the 21st Century's Spider-Man.
Find yourself a copy of Big Trouble in Little China and huddle in close because if you love that movie as much as Jay Batzner does, you won't be disappointed with what the Boom! creative team has made for you.
Big D and Jay are both happy that companies such as IDW are increasing their commitment to the all-ages audience.
In issue 6 of Rat Queens, the creative team delivered a book which truly acts on all of the potential they have displayed in the first five issues.
Jay and Big D (his 9 year old daughter) review the first issue of Herobear and the Kid: Saving Time.
Readers will enjoy The Auteur's send-up of the Nathan T. Rex, but it's not enough to compel Jay to follow the adventures of a main character with no redeeming qualities.
Jay reviews The White Suits, a tale of Russian crime lords identified by their eponymous clothing.
Ms Marvel #1 does exactly what origin stories are supposed to do. Like any superhero transformation, there is a bit of "be careful what you wish for."
Jay Batzner and his 8 year old daughter "Big D" review some great all-ages titles out recently!
Saga does everything right and Jay Batzner explains why.
With Powers Bureau #7 you have a perfect one-shot to jump into the series.
Jay Batzner let us know why he's giving up on DC books.
The premise for in Sanity, AZ is intriguing and rich with potential: a spontaneous town created when the inmates of an insane asylum rise up and take over.
This issue starts the three issue "Batgirl: Wanted" arc that pits Commissioner Gordon against Batgirl.
Ghost: In the Smoke and Din comes out July 31 and we recommend it for its well-paced and well-plotted story, believable characters, and clean expressive artwork.
Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie have taken lesser-known young heroes from the Marvel Universe and crafted a refreshing, fun, and compelling title in Young Avengers, with this issue being a perfect introduction to their world.