Apocalypse Al #4 concludes the story of our indomitable investigator on her mission to save the world, again. However, this is not quite the epic conclusion I had hoped it to be. See my reviews of the other issues: Apocalypse Al #1, Apocalypse Al #2, Apocalypse Al #3. Apocalypse Al #4 Writer: J. Michael Straczynski […]
And, we’re back. Back to some killer dialogue and kick-ass detective work, that is, in Apocalypse Al #3. Straczynski and Kotian deliver both monsters and wisecracks—a few of my favorite things. Apocalypse Al #3 Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Sid Kotian Colors: Bill Farmer Publisher: Image Comics Release date: April 2, 2014 Apocalypse Al […]
In Apocalypse Al #2, Al visits with her dead mom, faces down some angry imps, and shows off her defensive driving skills to save the world. This woman’s work is never done! Apocalypse Al #2 Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Sid Kotian Colors: Bill Farmer Publisher: Image Comics Release date: March 5, 2014 Pick up […]
Joe Thursday and Frank Standford are tough seasoned detectives, keeping The Dreamscape safe for our dreaming pleasure in Dream Police #1 by J. Michael Straczynski and Sid Kotian. Dream Police #1 Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Sid Kotian Cover Artist:Sid Kotian Publisher: IDW Release Date: April 30th 2014 Pre-order Dream Police #2 (Cover A – […]
The Adventures of Apocalypse Al #1 is as cool as it is funny. Straczynski pens a witty female detective with supporting a cast of sweet and menacing supernatural characters. Kotian’s excellent art suits both human and demonic subjects quite well. Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Sid Kotian Color: Bill Farmer Publisher: Image Comics Release date: […]
I was swimming the information seas last night when I ran across a story that at once had me intrigued and hot under the collar at the same time…J. Michael Straczynski might be involved in bringing the series back.
This book was reviewed yesterday by our very own WPR owner Xopher Reed, who did his best to touch on the story and why he felt that the reboot was warranted and how good it really was. I found myself agreeing for the most part, but he needed to put more into it…so here are […]
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mind blowing dialogue from Kal-El involving Thoreau.
Wonder Woman has been given a ‘modern’ costume upgrade, starting with Issue #600 releasing today. what do you think? At least she didn’t go on that Project Runway show and have someone design it, I have to say though, I like it. I’m no fashion expert, my wife will account for that, but it does […]