The Wolf Pack (Chapter 2)

The Team THE HOOD I’ve seen monkey shit fights more organized than this place. This place being S.I.L.A.S. That’s the name of the government organization that watches and trains people with awakened superhuman genes, or I should better say, an organization meant to keep them in line. While I don’t have any powers… being the […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 22)

“Fire destroys in a day what took the water and the wind a hundred years to grow.” – Dynastan Aiguo, 223 A.C.A. “Baa!” The screeching wail of an animal was followed by the drying taste of grass in her mouth.  “Baaa! Baaa!” Then came the screeching of another animal beside her, screaming as it was […]

Giant Sized X-Men: Thunderbird #1 Review

Written by: Steve Orlando, Nyla Rose Penciling by: David Cutler Inking by: Jose Marzan Jr, Roberto Poggi Coloring by: Irma Kniivila Lettering by: VC’s Travis Lanham John Proudstar was before my time. By the time I was born, he was long dead in the universe and out. The magical thing about Giant-Sized X-Men: Thunderbird #1, […]

The Wolf Pack (Chapter 1)

The Hood THE DIRECTOR The Carone family recently received their merchandise from the ship a few minutes ago. As they finish loading everything onto the dock, that’s when he decides to make his move. I wouldn’t judge anyone for not seeing him under the water. It’s the dead of night and he’s wearing all black, […]

Knights of X #1 Review

Written by: Tini Howard Art by: Bob Quinn Coloring by: Erick Arciniega Lettering by: VC’s Ariana Maher Excalibur was one of my favorites of Dawn of X, and I’m glad it’s getting a continuation. It already had arguably the best roster among the X-teams, and Knights of X continues that legacy. Tini Howard’s run made […]

Death of the Justice League Review

Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Rafa Sandoval Inking by: Jordi Tarragona Coloring by: Matt Herms Lettering by: Josh Reed Will the Death of the Justice League, a collection of some of the best superheroes to grace comics, open room for new superheroes to step up? Yes. Will it lead to better stories? Possibly. Does […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 21)

“The lesson is don’t go into the ocean during a storm, and then you won’t need Lapis.” – Astrid, First Disciple of Lapis, 448 A.C.A. “But we just got back!” Lucy complained.  “But this is one of our own that we need to save,” Quintus told her, trying to coax her from her tantrum.  She […]

The Incarnations: The Incarnal War (Author’s Note)

If you’re reading this first sentence I’ll make sure you don’t waste your time by informing you that I’ll be talking about three things in my Author’s Note: my inspirations for this world, and the two most important pairs in Love & Dread and The Incarnal War. If you don’t want to know about either […]

The Incarnations: The Incarnal War (Chapter 17)

Peace, Based on a Lie, is Peace Nonetheless Sir Peace overlooks the world from the spire. His globe is now showcasing the Earth, the world of Man, one of the many worlds that Madam Honor and the Duke of War now oversee.  While the Sir did not speak out against his brother and the Madam […]

The Incarnations: The Incarnal War (Chapter 16)

The Pairs and the Pain It’s been several hundred years since power transitioned from the Creators to the Incarnations. In that time, Madam Honor and the Duke of War have proven that Death made the right choice those years ago. They decided early on that humanity should not know of our presence, and while the […]