Thaddeus Howze knows comics really, really well. Trust him.
Irreverent, silly and over the top fun. A complete disrespect of everything that made comics serious, but that’s why it’s so remarkable.
Why Marvel’s new title fails on all four cylinders.
Sojourner “Jo” Mullein is far from home and cut off from the Corps, trying to solve a murder in a society where there’s been no crime in 500 years.
Four-Color Bullet with Myk Price. What’s on YOUR pull list?
Myk Price breaks it down.
Superman, Captain America, and Howard Chaykin take center stage. Read on!
Hey, everybody! Welcome and thanks for joining me for another edition of “Four-Color Bullet!” Man, have I got some catching up to do! I hope you’ve all been doing well and staying safe and out of the various weather danger zones around the country. And for any of you who work emergency services, thank you […]
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Myk Price reviews “DC Nation #0”, “No Justice #1”, the books they lead into, and more. Read on!
So many great titles – so little time! Myk Price breaks it all down for you.
Four Color Bullet’s Myk Price breaks down some new arrivals for you.
Myk Price is back with new reviews of four new titles.
Myk Price gives you his favorite picks for this week, including The Hulk, Newsboy Legion, Doctor Who, and the Unstoppable Wasp!
Myk Price is back with this week’s pull list.
This week comics expert Myk Price pulls titles from DC and Image.
Myk Price brings you the latest from DC, Image and IDW. Read on!
The unstoppable Myk Price reviews Wonder Woman and Wasp.
Myk Price reviews two new titles from Boom Studios and Valiant Entertainment in this week’s Four-Color Bullet.
What’s on YOUR pull list? Myk Price seizes control.
This is the last Four Color Bullet, and for the worst reason possible. Rest in peace, Michael.
“I have a confession to make…”
Superman #7 delivers. Michael Brown reviews.
The retooling of Hanna-Barbera’s Scooby Doo by DC Comics is something special. Michael Brown returns with the Four Color Bullet.
“Protect the future” or “change the future” are the choices the heroes find themselves up against. If you find out something bad is going to happen, do you stop it? Michael Brown reviews.
If it turns out that I, and other fans are misplaced in our anger and we’re all made fools of, I’ll happily eat my crow. It’s good with barbecue sauce. But now, as it stands?
Can Jonny Quest and his pal Hadji win over a whole new generation of fans? “Four Color Bullet” is back with a new review by Michael Brown.
Marvel’s first book with Miles Morales wearing the Spidey mask, and Valiant’s plus-sized superheroine Faith goes solo, all in this week’s Four-Color Bullet!
Captain America returns, DC Comics teases Rebirth, and Obi-Wan transitions into hermit status – all in this issue of Four-Color Bullet!
Battleworld and New York both have their problems. Michael Brown reviews.
Michael Brown is back with a brand new installment in his popular comics review column.
Nine headstrong students, and an elite school run by God-Emperor Doom. The kids are not alright.
“The Greys provide so we survive. The Guard protects so we may serve.”
The beginning of the end of the colliding Marvel universes. Michael Brown reviews.
The ‘Shellshock’ and ‘Convergence’ storylines continue. Michael Brown gives you the latest.
Darth Vader plots. Luke questions his place. And someone’s looking for Han Solo.
Michael Brown reviews the latest installments in the Convergence series, and something new from Valiant Comics.
4CB is ready with the review of TMNT #44, and the death of __________! NOOOOOOOO! Michael Brown reviews.
Welcome to this week’s ‘Four-Color Bullet,’ now coming at you on Fridays, since Thursday has become New Comic Day for digital titles.
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Four-Color Bullet’s pick of the week: ‘Escape from New York’ is a solid first issue that left me hungry for more, and will elicit grins from fans of the film.
Welcome to Four-Color Bullet, the only comic book review column not affected by tryptophan. That stuff in turkey that makes you sleep. Don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about. Anyway, let’s get to some comics! From Marvel this week, the Spider-Clones of the Multiverse band together to take on the Inheritors in Scarlet Spiders #1, […]
Welcome to the third Saturday edition of ‘Four-Color Bullet,’ the greatest comic book review column in the Multiverse.
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Welcome to another week of Four-Color Bullet, the only comic book review column that kicks butt and doesn’t need the Super-Soldier Serum to do it.
Welcome to another ‘Four-Color Bullet’: the only comic-book review column not responsible for the destruction of an entire universe.
Welcome to this week’s Four-Color Bullet, the only comic book review column worthy to wield the hammer of Thor.
Welcome, comic fans, to another ‘Four-Color Bullet,’ proudly, the only comic book review column whose cover doesn’t smell like pot.
It’s time for ‘Four-Color Bullet,’ the only comic book review column that fans are waiting to show up in the New 52.
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another ‘Four-Color Bullet,’ the only comic-book review column not guest-starring Deadpool.
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It’s the day after New Comic Day; it’s time for Four-Color Bullet, the only comic-book review column that ain’t ‘fraid of no ghosts.
‘Four-Color Bullet’ is back, and we are aimin’ to misbehave! It’s been a busy week, with all kinds of juicy picks!
Welcome to this week’s Four-Color Bullet, the only comic-book review column with a Six-Demon Bag.
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Who killed Nick Fury? Michael Brown reviews ‘Original Sin’ #6.
Welcome to this week’s Four-Color Bullet, the only comic-book review column sponsored by your (and my) misspent youth.
What’s new in the four-color world? Michael Brown has the bullet right here!
The Unsinkable Michael Brown gives you the low down on this week’s new titles.
‘Four-Color Bullet’ covers the best in this week’s comic book releases, every week. Check out what’s new this week!
Welcome, comic book fans, to ‘Four-Color Bullet’ for the week of May 21, 2014.
Welcome comics fans to ‘Four-Color Bullet.’ “Four-Color Bullet?” You’re asking, “What happened to The –” SHHHH! We don’t say that any more.
Marvel, DC and IDW all have new comics out this week. Michael Brown reviews.
‘The Pull List’ runs down this week’s best new releases. This week: ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ #1, ‘Ghostbusters’ #15, and more!
Michael Brown is back from getting his bionic arm installed, and has this week’s Pull List for you!
What’s new in comics this week? Check in with Michael Brown as he takes us through this week’s Pull List!
What’s new in comics this week? Michael Brown runs down all the latest in this week’s ‘Pull List’!
Michael Brown runs down the week’s picks for us: What new in the Marvelverse? What’s up with Daredevil and The X-Files:The Crow? Read on!
Check out Michael Brown’s ‘Pull List’ for the week: Lara Croft, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk!
All the noteworthy pulls this week come from IDW! Michael Brown reviews. (Moderate spoilers)
Dark Horse Comics promised they would continue with high quality Star Wars stories. They are keeping that promise with a vengeance.