So Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey, and Jordie Bellaire grabbed Moon Knight by his canopic jars and breathed much needed new life into Marc Spector and his life of fighting crime. After that team’s stellar run, Marvel is handing the reins over the Brian Wood and Greg Smallwood for the next era. Here’s what Marvel has […]
I was hesitant to finish this Brian Wood written run of Conan the Barbarian from Dark Horse for numerous reasons. First, that it would end. I know it’s a silly thing to make someone hold back because of it, but I genuinely really liked reading every comic in this story. For those who have not […]
Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Riccardo Burchielli Publisher: Dark Horse Release date: January 22nd, 2014 Price: 3.50$ For the love of Crom, when will people stop pissing off Conan? It never ends well for them! Conan sits in a humid dark forest, bow notched and quiver full of waiting arrows strapped to his back. A terrifying […]
Ah, the Song of Belit isn’t it beautiful to behold upon your ears? Oh, wait, it’s not actually, it’ll basically kill you.
Sometimes you just get caught up in life and you realize that you’ve been neglecting one of your favorite series. Then, you get to spend a little extra glorious time getting caught up. Issues 17 and 18 are the final in an arc done by Brian Wood and Davide Gianfelice, who’ve teamed up before on […]
Diversity, that is what was in my comic hold this last week.
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.
I read up two comics from Dark Horse this week, Conan the Barbarian #14 and Star Wars Legacy #1 – Prisoner of the Floating World, with mixed reactions.
Everything I know about the original Star Wars is slowly spinning and I don’t know if I should make it stop.
Yeah, this came out a couple of weeks ago, but I’m playing catch up with my hold.
New artist on this series,, Mirko Colak brings a distinctly new style to the mix, and I’m wishing he’d been around this whole time.
Cal is being held under guard while the so called peaceful Moksha Station prepares to take the Kapital as it’s own. Is the Ninth Fleet doomed?
When the woman that Conan loves tells him to run away from The Tigress, the boat that has been his home, does he listen? Well, Seriously, you think Conan was going to run away from anything?
The Death Star has been crippled and the Rebel Alliance is looking for a new home. Luke, Leia and Wedge are leading a secret excursion when a Star Destroyer jumps in out of nowhere and TIE Fighters immediately attack; so starts a new Star Wars series.
Why am I reading a comic book about a pacifist environmental/conservationist group? Because, it’s actually pretty good. Also, Brian Wood is a damn good comic book writer.