Stefani Sloma

Comic Review: Bodies #7 – Humanity Is Broken

Comic Review: Bodies #7 – Humanity Is Broken

Yet again, my mind was absolutely blown with Si Spencer and Vertigo’s Bodies #7. Not sure if I can handle that there’s only one more issue. BODIES #7 WRITER: Si Spencer ARTIST: Meghan Hetrick, Dean Ormston, Tula Lotay, Phil Winslade COLORIST: Lee Loughridge LETTERER: Dezi Sienty and Taylor Esposito PUBLISHER: Vertigo RELEASE DATE: January 28, 2015 If you are reading along […]

 Stefani Sloma

Bodies #6: WHAT IS HAPPENING?

Bodies #6: WHAT IS HAPPENING?

Every time I pick up a new issue of Bodies, I get sucked right back in to its crazy, confusing, amazing world and it leaves me ready for more. Why are there only two issues left? BODIES #6 WRITER: Si Spencer ARTIST: Meghan Hetrick, Dean Ormston, Tula Lotay, Phil Winslade COLORIST: Lee Loughridge LETTERER: Dezi Sienty and Taylor Esposito PUBLISHER: Vertigo […]

 Stefani Sloma

Comic Review: Bodies #5 – Dropping All the Bombshells

Comic Review: Bodies #5 – Dropping All the Bombshells

Remember in my review of Bodies #4 when I said I basically just get more confused with each issue? Yeah, well, this issue drops a bomb (both literally and figuratively) and I am on the edge of my seat waiting to find out what happens next.   Bodies #5 WRITER: Si Spencer ARTIST: Meghan Hetrick, Dean Ormston, Tula […]

 Stefani Sloma

Comic Review: Bodies #2

Comic Review: Bodies #2

Si Spencer continues to confuse and intrigue readers of his limited series Bodies, published by Vertigo, in the second issue titled “Identity.” Bodies #2 WRITER: Si Spencer ARTIST: Meghan Hetrick, Dean Ormston, Tula Lotay, Phil Winslade COLORIST: Lee Loughridge LETTERER: Dezi Sienty and Taylor Esposito PUBLISHER: Vertigo RELEASE DATE: August 27, 2014 Delve into the […]

 Adrienne Fox

Deadly Class Comes to an Action-Packed Conclusion in Las Vegas

Deadly Class Comes to an Action-Packed Conclusion in Las Vegas

In Deadly Class, the high stakes in Las Vegas aren’t at the tables but in the antics of Marcus and the gang from Kings Dominion School of the Deadly Arts. Now is the time to catch up on the first six issues–the new arc starts September 17th. Read my reviews of Deadly Class #1, #2, […]

 Adrienne Fox

Deadly Class #4: Our Young Assassins Are Las Vegas Bound

Deadly Class #4: Our Young Assassins Are Las Vegas Bound

Road trip! The gang from Deadly Class sets off to Las Vegas for fun and a little murder. Marcus has quite a reputation as a hired gun after that AP Deadly Arts assignment. There is a stop at a Grateful Dead show to score some drugs. Things get weird. Read reviews of previous Deadly Class […]

 Adrienne Fox

Deadly Class #3: It Just Gets Better and Better

Deadly Class #3: It Just Gets Better and Better

Marcus and Willie are on their way to BFF status after the happenings in Deadly Class #3. Remender punctuates a book about getting to know each other and trusting new friends with a shocker on the last page! I’ve come to expect excellence from this creative team. And, they deliver on a fantastic script and […]

 Adrienne Fox

Deadly Class #2: Meet the Enemies and Frenemies

Deadly Class #2: Meet the Enemies and Frenemies

In Deadly Class #2, Rick Remender reminds us all how hard it was to fit in at high school. Marcus’ situation is all the more difficult because he is an unknown, with no pedigree at a school full of assassins. One misstep could result in more than just a few lonely lunches. It could mean […]

 Adrienne Fox

“Deadly Class #1” Doesn’t Miss the Mark!

“Deadly Class #1” Doesn’t Miss the Mark!

Deadly Class #1 is killer! Remender and Craig’s creator-owned series is not to be missed. Like all great assassins, these guys don’t miss a mark. From story to design, this book has it all. Deadly Class #1 Story: Rick Remender Art: Wes Craig Colors: Lee Loughridge Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 22, 2014 Meet […]