Marvel’s Iron Man VR is about as close as we’ll get to stepping into a real Iron Man armour, with a gripping original story to go with it.
The first volume of a rebooted Xena: Warrior Princess reintroduces us to Xena and Gabrielle in an adventure that’s enjoyable, but unremarkable.
Telling the story of a budding friendship in a middle school dojo, Karate Heat is a more cheerful, light-hearted take on sports manga archetypes.
Lady Mechanika’s trip to Mexico dials back the steampunk in favour of an authentic exploration of Dia de Muertos, and it’s a treat.
Ping Pong Dash! endeavours to blend Japan’s unique “yankee” youth culture with the tradition of sports manga, but it struggles to land a hit.
Harley Quinn: Red Meat brings together three short story arcs that don’t all land, but that do all show why Harley is such a wonderful character.
Australi #1 is a fine start to what’s sure to be great series, drawing on Australia’s wealth of untapped potential for fantasy.
Through the eyes of Stormer, Misfits #2 offers a candid, heartbreaking look at what it’s like to be a fat person in a skinny person’s world.
Lots of people are surprised at how cool and badass Jason Momoa’s Aquaman looks. He sure does, but that’s hardly unusual for Aquaman.