Comic Review Articles

Deathstroke Inc. #1 (REVIEW)

Deathstroke Inc. #1 (REVIEW)

Deathstroke Inc. #1DC Comics It’s been too long since readers had an ongoing Deathstroke title. Although, it was probably best to provide some space between Christopher Priest’s awesome run and Deathstroke Inc. The series-opening issue indicates there are definitely...

DIE #20 (REVIEW)

DIE #20 (REVIEW)

DIE #20Image Comics The end is upon us. Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans have taken readers on a wild ride for nearly three years, creating high expectations for the series finale. DIE #20 did not disappoint. Written by: Kieron GillenArt by: Stephanie HansColors by:...

Batman Secret Files: Miracle Molly #1 (Review)

Batman Secret Files: Miracle Molly #1 (Review)

BATMAN SECRET FILES: MIRACLE Molly #1 (REVIEW) Mary Kowalski was just your average robotics expert who finally decided to break out of the mental prison to become the person they always wanted to be. We learn how Miracle Molly, leader and main inventor for the...

Aquaman: the becoming #1 (review)

Aquaman: the becoming #1 (review)

Jackson Hyde: Aquaman Writer Brandon Thomas gave readers a glimpse into Jackson Hyde's future in Aquaman: Future State. Thomas explored a future where Jackson Hyde was Aquaman and the Arthur Curry and Mera's daughter was Aquawoman. Wisely, Thomas avoids the tangled...

FRONTIERSMAN # 1 (REVIEW)

FRONTIERSMAN # 1 (REVIEW)

FrontiersMan # 1 Part One: Human Clutter Make sure what you do matters. If you ask me that sums up the message I got from reading the first issue of FrontiersMan from Image Comics. We often get lost in looking at the forest for the trees and vice versa in this day and...

King Spawn #2 (REVIEW)

King Spawn #2 (REVIEW)

King Spawn #2 Sean Lewis and Javi Fernandez loudly the tone for King Spawn in the series-opening issue. Somehow, they kicked things up a notch with King Spawn #2. Image ComicsWritten by: Sean Lewis with Todd McFarlaneArt by: Javi FernandezColors by: FCO...

BLOWBACK (REVIEW)

BLOWBACK (REVIEW)

Blowback review Marines, Pirates, and Revolutionaries. What more can geekdom ask for in a single book. Dreams do come true only if it is in your imagination. If you have the imagination, you will find yourself transported on this thrill ride through the ages. Welcome...

blade runner: origins #6 (review)

blade runner: origins #6 (review)

BLADE RUNNER ORIGINS #6 Detective Cal Mareaux was last seen in a sticky situation in the final panels of issue 5 in Blade Runner Origins. The journey back to the slums of Cal`s former stomping ground was not a warm welcome by any stretch of the imagination. Issue six...

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