Mother Panic (comic)

Mother Panic #7 review

If you enjoyed the first three issues of Mother Panic, but gave up on this book when the second arc started… Then you should...

Mother Panic #6 review

  Color me surprised! This is the best Mother Panic has been in months! Oh, wait… No, no. Don’t get too excited, it wasn’t that good....

Mother Panic #5 review

  Yeah… Mother Panic… Uh… Well… You know, Iron Fist debuted on Netflix! Let’s just talk about that instead!   Honestly, I feel as though I could...

Mother Panic #4 review

  The title of this issue is “Broken Things.” It’s kind of like when life imitates art, because there’s no better way to describe this...

Mother Panic #3 review

  After a slight delay, Mother Panic returns with an unexpected plot change, and a confrontation from the Bat(woman). I’m not going to say I’m...

Mother Panic #2 review

If there is one thing you can definitely say about Mother Panic, it’s that it’s in a class of its own. Take that as...

Mother Panic #1 review

Meet Violet Page. She’s rich. She’s punk. She’s part of the Gotham elite. And she’s a vigilante. As much as this might sound familiar,...

First Look: Mother Panic

DC's "Young Animals" imprint, spearheaded by My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way, is an initiative to look at some of the... stranger parts of the...

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