Comic Books Reviews
Edward Scissorhands #1 (W) Kate Leth (A) Drew Rausch (CA) Gabriel Hardman IDW Publishing 2014 I loved Edward Scissorhands! I… Read More »
Toe Tag Riot #1 (W) Matt Miner (A) Sean Von Gorman (CA) Tristan Jones, Rod Reis Black Mask Studios 2014… Read More »
Critical Hit #3 (W)Matt Miner, (A)Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, (C)Dough Garbark Black Mask Studios 2014 Critical Hit #3 carries on the… Read More »
The questionable titling of this series is finally being addressed in this current story arc. (The first arc, although it sparingly featured amateur astronaut farmers fucking up things in space, focused more on Stargrass–nee Star Fighter–and his quest to reclaim his wife, his dignity and find a suitable head to replace the gargantuan, swollen and deflated beach ball that he once called a cranium.)
Goners read slow and didn’t really give much in return.
Critical Hit #2 (W)Matt Miner, (A)Jonathan Brandon Sawyer Black Mask Comics 2014 If you read my review of issue #1,… Read More »
The Agency #3 Ruben Romero, Bethany Romero, Roger Cabrera Eric Koda, Ross Hughes, Jaymes Reed Think Alike Productions 2014 This… Read More »
Outside the walls of the various affiliated Avengers and X-Men books, the Axis event is still chugging along, merrily… Read More »
Creator: Jean-Claude Forest Artist: Jean-Claude Forest Original Publication Date: 1962-1964 Adaptation: Humanoids Publishing, September 26, 2014 by Kelly Sue DeConnick… Read More »
Critical Hit #1 (W)Matt Miner, (A)Jonathan Brandon Sawyer Black Mask Comics 2014 A group of animal-loving friends decide to mess… Read More »
This comic was hard for me to find a phrase for but I think I’d go with: Fun Mediocrity
The first issue had all the magical wonder & splendid fast-paced glittery intrigue, but this second issue brought the substance
Last Born #2 (W)Patrick Meaney (A/CA)Eric Zawadzki Black Mask Comics 2014 Last Born returns with issue #2, and now that… Read More »
Last Born #1 (W) Patrick Meaney (A/CA) Eric Zawadzki Black Mask Comics 2014 Last Born may start off as a… Read More »
I remember seeing a copy of Mad Balls valued at $100, which was $99 more than it’s cover value. So grab it, wrap it, store it.