Oh Magneto, how we doth love thee. MAGNETO #2 Written by CULLEN BUNN Art by GABRIEL HERNANDEZ WALTA Cover by CHRIS SAMNEE Variant Cover by JEROME OPENA with DEAN WHITE (FEB140728) On-Sale -03/02/14 Buy a physical copy to be delivered to you: Magneto #2 Hunting down threats to mutants before they strike, Magneto isn’t afraid […]
Adrienne has been heaping praise over the first issue, and now we can get a little taste of Issue #2! MS. MARVEL #2 Written by G. WILLOW WILSON Art by ADRIAN ALPHONA Cover by JAMIE MCKELVIE Variant by JORGE MOLINA On-Sale 03/19/14 Buy a physical copy to be delivered to you the day it comes […]
I’ll just straight up admit it, I find myself giving more attention to the comics that Dark Horse puts out than any other. This past week I read the new Star Wars #4, The Massive #10, Sledgehammer 44 #2 and X #0.
Yeah, this came out a couple of weeks ago, but I’m playing catch up with my hold.
Sometimes this comic reads like a weird Fan Fiction. Other times? It’s just…
So I just read the first two issues of “Green Wake,” and I am hooked. Green Wake is a brand new series published by Image comics- written by Kurtis Wiebe and art by Rossmo. If I’m pressed to describe Green Wake, the best that I can do is to call it a noir with supernatural […]
Ape Entertainment continues this kick ass comic with the second issue of this short run for what I think is their biggest splash in the ocean of comics yet, Freakshow.
What happens when you blow up a prison filled to the brim with super villains? You piss off the ones who lived.
In a nutshell, you have your three basic types of fantasy books, Young Adult (YA), Heroic Fantasy (Tons of action, singular character) and Epic Fantasy (Huge worlds, races,lore) Seventh Star press has a awesome eBook deal if you want to break into their titles in any of those three areas.
I guess it’s understandable, since Bruce Wayne has the whole mugger in an alley and murder happening thing going for him.
I dip into the world of Dark Sun once again, how does the story continue after our first experience (link to DS #1 article) with the comic?
I’ve been reading the Chip and Dale comics for one reason only. Nostalgia. Rescue Rangers #2 takes me back to a place where I remember sitting in the playroom at my parents’ house as a kid and watching the TV show. Though it’s been a long time, how does the revitalized comic hold up?
“Billy the Kid’s Old Timey Oddities and the Ghastly Fiend of London” written by Eric Powell and art by Kyle Hotz. Billy and Sproule’s Biological Curiosities have come to London at the request of John Merrick, to stop Jack the Ripper. The previous issue ended with Billy being arrested as the ripper. This issue opens […]
What can I do to convince you to read Skull Kickers? this is a continuation “One Thousand Opas and a Dead Body” written by Jim Zubkavich, with art by Misty Coats and Edwin Huang. The story picks up where the previous issue ends with the yet unnamed duo attempting to steal the body assassinated in […]