With Aphrodite IX in the books (at least for now), Hawkins and Sejic can widen their lenses, so to speak.
Cybertron Ax back again with a new toy review, this time it’s a Transformer. Let’s take a look at… Read More »
Brandon Sanderson’s latest brainchild introduces readers to a plausible combat system involving chalk, geometry, history, and a dash of artistic skill.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Kerri Russell 20th Century Fox 2014 If… Read More »
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Blizzard Entertainment 2014 “Aahhh! Death again!”, shouts the Cult Master as the Wolfrider charges in for… Read More »
Having moved on from her previous adventures, Cassie is laying low as a bounty hunter until Dum Dum Dugan asks her to fight evil again.
With an additional two people to help Calavera: The Undead could be an excellent book. It just needs a team to make it happen.
I’m bored because I’ve not only seen this before, but it all feels like a flat 2-dimensional paint by number mystery that the Scooby gang could solve in a half hour.
Unfabulous Five (W)Jerry Frissen, (A)Bill Humanoids Entertainment 2014 Luchadore superheroes with no superpowers have a meeting with aliens who get… Read More »
Megaman #37: Dawn of X Part 1 (W)Ian Flynn, (A)Jamal Peppers Archie Comics 2014 What the MegaMan comics have done… Read More »
Yes, it’s imperfect, however Final Incal is nonetheless a fantastic and undeniably beautiful work of graphic fiction well worth a visit or two. Or four.
Adventure Time: Banana Guard Academy #1 (W)Kent Osborne, Dylan Haggerrty, (A)Mad Rupert BOOM! Studios/KaBOOM! 2014 Let me just start by… Read More »
Super Secret Crisis War #1 (W)Louise Simonson, (A)Derek Charm IDW Comics/Cartoon Network 2014 Super Secret Crisis War #1 brought back… Read More »
Death Vigil doesn’t appear to have set out to reinvent the wheel, but when you have art this gorgeous, characters this likable and a story this well developed it’s difficult not being at least a little interested in seeing where it takes us.
Rise of the Magi is a delightful mixture of classic storytelling cornerstones – incorporating equal parts swords and sorcery, good versus evil and the always reliable stranger-in-a-strange-land plot device – wrapped up in a charming bildungsroman bundle.
Hello, I’m Cybertron Ax and I’ll be reviewing the Spiderman Alleyway Play Set by Toy Biz. This cool set… Read More »