The Sins of Sinister #1 Review

Written by: Kieron Gillen Art by: Lucas Werneck Coloring by: Bryan Valenza Lettering by: VC’s Clayton Cowles Editing by: Lauren Amaro, Jordan D. White The X-Men are known for their alternate futures, each about how the world can end and where mutants will be during the end. First, was Days of Future’s Past, where the […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 38)

“A rose by any name… still has thorns.” Princess Derilla of Raydorn, 439 A.C.A. “<You know that archmage of yours is going to poison your coffee every chance you get?>” Andelyn told Lord Weisheng. “<So do all of my sons, but I’ve developed a tolerance for poison and a nose for bullshit.>” The two of […]

The Wolf Pack (Chapter 17)

The Untouchable Stoneman DAVID I’m used to looking up at the sky and seeing that rich princess flying around, and I always think ‘of course God gave her powers.’ Why save anything for the rest of us? I figured the same about the ice chick too, she just has the actual logic to cover her […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 37)

“It is what one does behind closed doors when they risk no consequences for their actions, that shows who they truly are.” Queen Seras of Raydorn, 448 A.C.A. The chains that left them hanging above their heads had cut off the circulation to Lucy’s hand. Her remaining arm didn’t hurt anymore, at least. Still, she […]

Top Ten Comic Books of 2022

If you know me and what I read, you should not be surprised to learn that SomethingCentral’s top ten favorite comic books of 2022 are still DC and Marvel-dominated, X-Men-dominated specifically. While there wasn’t anything not from the Big-two last year, you may be surprised by this year’s best spots.  I expanded my horizons this […]

Wild Love in a Wild West

“You have to keep going, they’re going kill you, *ah* not me,” I try to tell him. Ben doesn’t listen, he keeps my arm hung over his shoulder, and keeps on walking.  The forest around us wasn’t meant to be trotted on by someone with a bullet in their gut. I truly don’t think any […]

Raydorn: The War in the Black (Chapter 36)

“The generals get all the credit for winning battles they watch from the sidelines.” Henry Lockley, the Bard of the Song, 445 A.C.A. As Regalic Sol erupted in violent cheers, Malum knelt down and quickly laid Foster on his back. Foster could hear the cheers, but not the small footsteps racing toward him.  He was […]

Batman / Spawn #1 Review

Written by: Todd McFarlane Art by: Greg Capullo Inking by: Todd McFarlane Coloring by: Dave McCaig Lettering by: Tom Napolitano Editing by: Ben Abernathy, Marie Javins Batman / Spawn is a rare book where I think it would have been better with no narration. Maybe even no dialogue. I say this because Greg Capullo reminds […]

The Wolf Pack (Chapter 15)

The Untouchable Friend ESPADA “Alright, Burke, you don’t have to show off,” Marie tells me. I catch sight of her redoing the bandage wrappings around her hands as I hold a weight over my head. Somebody’s copying a certain Tiger Fist. By weight, I mean one made specifically for me, at 165 tons. I’m lifting […]

Dark Web #1 Review

Written by: Zeb Wells Art by: Adam Kubert Coloring by: Frank Martin Lettering by: VC’s Joe Carmagna Editing by: Kaeden McGahey, Albert Banaszak Alright, I am a known X-Men fan, so it’s not shocking that I would read anything with the merry mutants in the title. But Spider-Man? With the way people complain about the […]