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By Peter Schmeiser, February 11, 2015 0

Pick this up, and see how the pros tell a story through a visual medium.

By Peter Schmeiser, February 4, 2015 0

A variety of familiar elements brought together in one book helps it earn its namesake; Cluster.

By Peter Schmeiser, February 4, 2015 0

Pick this cool anthology up and see if our scores compare!

By Peter Schmeiser, January 28, 2015 0

Full of great action and a deepening mystery, issue two of Hellboy and the BPRD 1952 helps keep readers interests up. Pull it.

By Peter Schmeiser, January 28, 2015 0

When you read this book, you can sense there is a tasty long story arch ahead, but the sudden cut off frustrates me, rather than entices me to read more.

By Peter Schmeiser, January 28, 2015 0

I’d recommend Ivar, Timewalker as a monthly pull. The book has a sense of pacing and the twist at the end will keep you guessing until it hits the shelves again

By Peter Schmeiser, January 28, 2015 0

Comics have become a society of white guys. It’s nice to see something different, something that challenges our familiar world, and something that is also worth reading.

By Peter Schmeiser, January 14, 2015 0

Should you pick up Savage Dragon 201? Sure, if you have been reading it for a long while.

By Peter Schmeiser, January 14, 2015 0

I do like this new take on the classic and I am entertained by it.

By Peter Schmeiser, January 7, 2015 0

The art style is a turn off, and Fraction has written better projects, so I would wait to read through this in its entirety before I grab another issue.

By Peter Schmeiser, January 7, 2015 0

This was probably one of the funnies books I have read in a while, and I plan on evangelizing how great it is. Seek it out, and own it.

By Peter Schmeiser, December 24, 2014 0

This was a great story, but it is handicapped by artwork that doesn’t do it justice.

By Peter Schmeiser, December 24, 2014 0

It couldn’t have found its way into my pull at a better time since I need some books to pass along to my nieces and nephews, who will undoubtedly enjoy this as much as I did, and continue to tell these epic tales.

By Peter Schmeiser, December 17, 2014 0

It would be a foolish move not to pick up this issue as a fan, but a missed opportunity as a comic reader if you have never read Savage Dragon and didn’t pick up this issue to see if it is for you.

By Peter Schmeiser, December 17, 2014 0

Read this book. The art is great, but the story is the main attraction.

By Peter Schmeiser, December 17, 2014 0

Rumble issue one was a good start, and I’m looking for the next installment.

By Peter Schmeiser, December 2, 2014 0

Overall it felt like Over the Garden Wall was developed by Terry Gilliam, but I’d skip this book until the creative team and editorial can figure out what to do with it.