Joshua Black’s first issue is clearly on a slow-burn, but lacks any movement or the compelling hook that snags new readers into reading the second issue.
Jonathan Luna, Sarah Vaughn Image Comics 2014 In a medium where openly dystopian futures are the norm, Alex + Ada is… Read More »
CREATED by John Carpenter, Thomas Ian Griffith, and Sandy King STORY BY Bruce Jones ART/COVER BY Leonardo Manco COLORS by Kinsuh Loh… Read More »
Perhaps when both Artist and writer mature their craft a little I’ll be interested, but for now I’ll pass on Night World.
After reestablishing her connection with the Witchblade, Sara Pezzini and her deputy go searching for answers. This issue, entitled “Darkness on the Edge of Town: Part One,” tells the next chapter in her story.
As far as first issues go, Ragnarök #1 gets more right than wrong and, in laying down a decent foundation upon which to build a sturdy ongoing plot, that’s more than enough to call this initial step a victorious one.
Greg Rucka, Russell Dauterman, Alexander Lozano Marvel Comics 2014 I’ve never been a terribly big Cyclops fan, and I don’t… Read More »
Herik Hanna, Sean Phillips Titan Comics 2014 A giant prison space ship is badly damaged by a meteor storm. Things… Read More »
Dan Mendoza, TMChu Action Lab Entertainment 2014 A magical zombie hooker hitchhikes to Vegas and starts eating Johns, until she… Read More »
Between the strange premise and Afua Richardson’s artwork, I find myself intrigued and looking forward to another issue to see how this all plays out
Brian Wood, Paco Diaz, Phil Briones, Paul Mounts Marvel Comics 2014 It’s the end of the line for The Future… Read More »
Matt Fraction, David Aja, Matt Hollingsworth Marvel Comics 2014 Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye was the title that brought me back to… Read More »
“He made a cup of tea. He didn’t make silly remarks. Or condescend. Or judge. Or pity. Or act like he was the important one in the room. He just listened.”
In a futuristic, ghost-filled Chicago, only Reapers can collect souls and carry them to the Gateway and their eternal destination… or so they are told. Best-selling author, Bryan Davis, takes on the dystopian genre with his latest brainchild.
Guardians of the Galaxy Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, David Batista Marvel Studios/Disney Pictures 2014 I gotta say that for five… Read More »