The Wolf Pack (Chapter 6)

The Long Day ICICLE “The fact that you thought licking it would fix it boggles my mind.” “It worked though!” “So not the point, Tommy!” I yell at him, right as I take a bite of the piece of crap this place calls a sandwich. This is almost as bad as school cafeteria food. Almost. […]

Jane Foster & the Mighty Thor #2 Review

Written by: Torunn Gronbekk Art by: Michael Dowling Coloring by: Jesus Aburtov Lettering by: VC’s Joe Sabino Editing by: Michelle Marchese, Wil Moss I didn’t get the chance to review the first issue of Jane Foster & the Mighty Thor, so I wasn’t going to miss the second issue. It’s obvious that this mini-series was […]

Batman #125 Review

Written by: Chip Zdarsky Art by: Jorge Jimenez Coloring by: Tomeu Morey Lettering by: Clayton Cowles Editing by: Dave Wielgosz, Ben Abernathy Chip Zdarksy’s Daredevil has been the highlight of Marvel comics for the last two years, even over the majority of X-Books. Having him write the main Bat-title feels like a match made in […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 26)

“If you don’t let the sandcastle fall down, how will you find the motivation to make another one?” Astrid, First Disciple of Lapis, 448 A.C.A. “Hehe,” Astrid chuckled to herself. From where she laid in the sand, Penny Prim asked, “What is it?” “Nothing,” Astrid said as she continued building her sand castle with Hana, […]

Batman/Catwoman #12 Review

Written by: Tom King Art by: Clay Mann Coloring by: Tomeu Morey Lettering by: Clayton Cowles Editing by: Brittany Holsherr, Jillian Grant, Chris Conroy The finale to Batman/Catwoman has been long in the making. It was over a year ago that this series first started, aiming to serve as the true finale to Tom King’s […]

The Wolf Pact (Chapter 5)

The Interrogation Room THE DIRECTOR You know, I felt lucky when I heard that Espada was taking a gap year to figure out what she wanted to study. I thought ‘Yay! That’s one full-time superhero on the clock, and it’s the most powerful one!’ Then I turn on the twelve o’clock news to see her […]

Black Adam #1 Review

Written by: Christopher Priest Art by: Rafa Sandoval Coloring by: Matt Herms Lettering by: Willie Schubert Editing by: Chris Rosa, Paul Kaminski Christopher Priest is a writer who knows how to make the reader uncomfortable. Reading his run on Deathstroke often felt like swimming through mud, but that didn’t change how transformative that journey through […]

X-Men #12 Review

Written by: Gerry Duggan Art by: Pepe Larraz Coloring by: Marte Gracia Lettering by: VC’s Clayton Cowles Editing by: Tom Muller, Jay Bowen X-Men #12 feels like the end of a run before a relaunch. It culminates at the end of this X-Men roster and the biggest upset to the status quo since House of […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 25)

“Evil is beautiful, far too often.” Malum Chum, 448 A.C.A. Malum couldn’t quite tell if he was haunting old stomping grounds or they were haunting him. As he ran across the rooftops, lit by nothing but the moon’s light, he found himself trying to follow his old routes. He had to be careful not to […]

Do a Powerbomb #1 Review

Written by: Daniel Warren Johnson Art by: Daniel Warren Johnson Coloring by: Mike Spicer Lettering by: Rus Wooton There aren’t many art styles like Daniel Warren Johnson’s, and there aren’t many stories like Daniel Warren Johnson’s. When you get a comic that’s written and drawn by the same person, there’s always something different in the […]