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.
Burn the Orphanage: Reign of Terror is a sophomoric effort to make a video game a comic, and without deeper storytelling and artwork that has more dimension, it won’t grasp much attention.
If you want a new adventure in the Original Series universe, pick up Star Trek New Visions: The Mirror, Cracked.
The Red Star: Treasury Edition read like a great night of gaming, and the author wanted to inject more soul into it.
A documentary based around one man’s humiliating experiences, Unhung Hero attempts to answer the question… does size matter?
Based on the Old English epic poem, Beowulf is the story of a hubristic Geat warrior, who comes to a King’s aid in order to dispatch a local monster that has been terrorizing the mead hall.
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