Codebreakers #4 is the final issue in this miniseries by BOOM!. As you may guess from the title, the story revolves around analysts for the CIA. They are not all number crunchers though, and that helps make this geeks as heroes titles more interesting.
BOOM! has done it to me again. I found out that Pale Horse #2 came out last week with no advance warning. I still do not know if this is a mini-series or an ongoing title… However, I am along for the ride. (Get it? Western title? Horses? Ride?)
SLC Comic Shop Owner tells you what’s in his hold this week.
BOOM! Comics has made a name for itself in the past five years (five!). Last year they snagged the Disney license (before the Marvel merger) and published what may have been the most talked about super-hero comic book of the year: Irredeemable. Something you may not have noticed is that for they have also been […]
Yes, this review is late. Pale Horse #1 came out on June 16, 2010. However, I just read and liked it, so I want to recommend it to you. Of course, #2 is not yet on the printing schedule, so I may be giving you a bum steer.
Everyone loves Samuel L. Jackson, right? I believe that is the reason that BOOM! decided it could publish Cold Space created by Samuel L. Jackson and Eric Calderon. Doesn’t that guy on the cover look like Samuel L. Jackson?
I said earlier that Incorruptible had moved past Irredeemable on my scale of favorites. My issues with Irredeemable include the sprawling plot and the many characters. However, these are not, inherently bad things. This is still a good comic. I am wondering if I should just have kept reading it in trade paperback format so […]
I was dubious about this comic at first: Was it merely a pretender riding the coattails of the successful Irredeemable? It was, after all, advertised as the reverse story of Irredeemable: The villain is now the hero. However, seven issues in, I find myself liking Incorruptible more than Irredeemable for another area where they are […]
Nick wasn’t lying about receiving fan-mail. Greg talks of his Wednesday Warrior’s betrayal (a challenge is issued). Sam comes unprepared and still lives without teh internetz.