Kara O'Connor

Sovereign #1 and #2: Foray into High Fantasy Fun

Sovereign #1 and #2: Foray into High Fantasy Fun

High fantasy concepts have been known to amass hordes of devoted fans, myself included.  Image Comics would certainly be damned to the seven hells if they weren’t part of the epic passion created by the genre, and luckily they do the gods justice with their newest entry, Sovereign.   SOVEREIGN #1 and #2 Writer: Chris […]

 Alan Smithee

Starborn #9 – Mini Review

Starborn #9 – Mini Review

Khary Randolph and Chris Roberson have stolen the title of favorite new comic away and aren’t sorry about doing so.

 Alan Smithee

Starborn #8 – Review

Starborn #8 – Review

The Stan Lee BOOM!-iverse crossovers have begun…and I can’t say that I’m against it. I bet you’re intrigued enough to read some more aren’t you?!?

 Alan Smithee

Starborn #7 – Review

Starborn #7 – Review

I was a bit unsure after last month’s issue as to where they would be taking this series after the terrible truth about Ben’s father finally surfaced. Thankfully, Chris Roberson has managed to escape from the corner he was written into with great skill as I’m back to being the voracious reader once again.

 Alan Smithee

Starborn #6 – Review

Starborn #6 – Review

I knew it. I just knew that this series was headed this direction. Of course you have no clue what the hell I’m talking about.

 Alan Smithee

Starborn #5 – Review

Starborn #5 – Review

We left off last month with our protagonist Benjamin Warner climbing aboard a Demon-Class Starcraft with the fierce General Cur Talon as they were escaping Earth and the alien horde that were attempting to catch him and his shape-shifting bodyguard Tara.

 Ryan Thomason

Comic Sneak Peeks: Boom! Studios

Comic Sneak Peeks: Boom! Studios

Boom! Studios gives us a early look at the comics coming out Wednesday, March 9th, we’d be jerks if we horded it all to ourselves, so take a look at what you can get this week!

 Alan Smithee

Starborn #4 – Review

Starborn #4 – Review

Before I get started in this review, I must say that many of the times that I see Stan Lee’s name slapped onto a book, I get a bit reluctant to read it…such was the case with Starborn, and I’m sad that it’s taken 4 issues for me to get into this series, because it’s […]

 

Comic Book Review: Starborn #2

Comic Book Review: Starborn #2

“Stan Lee’s (fill in comic title here) are words that comic readers have long been unimpressed with. Yes, we must admit it true believers, Stan Lee is fifty years past his prime. When was the last time his name on a cover got you all hot and bothered dear reader? Let’s be honest, Mr. Lee […]