The title says Transformers, but it reads like a political thriller.
Fresh from the 1980’s, Star Slammers bucks the convention of remakes and stays true to its roots.
If there were a solid continuity to X-Files comics, I’d say skip it, but if you can tolerate the artwork, pull this book, and enjoy the story without the visual elements.
In tow with the standards the comic company founder established, creator/artist/writer Siya Oum has put together an absolutely stunning piece of visual storytelling.
This may be one to keep on your radar, folks.
Next on “What the Hell did I just read?” we look at Genesis. By Nathan Edmonson and Alison Sampson.
Frankenstein Reanimated brings Mary Shelley’s golem back to life, but forgets to leverage the illustrated strengths of story telling
This book is, in the purest sense of the idiom, a real page turner, and at the end of the issue a few things are established, though none likely as much as this: if you’ve been out of the loop for a while, now is a pretty good time to start picking up Witchblade again.
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