Axe Cop – American Choppers #1 Malachai Nicolle, Ethan Nicolle Dirk Erik Schulz, Ethan Nicolle Dark Horse Comics 2014 Some… Read More »
Star Wars: Rebel Heist was akin to tagging along with a celebrity of the Star Wars universe and being part of what they do best.
Since the crew that created the show had half the episodes to wrap up the multitude of story lines they had created, this comic, Darth Maul: Son of Dathomir was made to help give us some closure.
The Boy Who Went To War isn’t a comic I would recommend, because it is only a fraction of what it really could be
This book more or less walks readers through the motion in how Zoey managed to pull off this (obviously, in real life, totally not cool-to-do) crime.
Pentagram Chile The Malefice Cyclone Empire 2013 Twenty-eight years. Twenty-eight years is how long it took for Chile’s Pentagram to… Read More »
Don Jamieson Hell Bent for Laughter Metal Blade Records 2014 If you’ve seen VH1’s That Metal Show, you’ll know that… Read More »
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The cartooning by Chris Giarrusso feels like it belongs as a feature in MAD magazine and Brad Guigar’s commentary on the insane behaviors echoes what geeks drunkenly talk about in their hotel rooms.
Visually, Nailbiter does its job of intriguing the reader, but the writing is painting by numbers. Hopefully issue two serves up some unique story elements, or this book will languish as a rerun.
Gimenez’s versatility with a pen – both illustrative and in plot – is on full display throughout both volumes. He’s got an almost musical attunement for humor, and although I wasn’t ever busting at the seams, I found myself grinning on multiple occasions and laughing heartily more than once.