Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Turtles in Time #1 Bobby Curnow, Shawn Lee, Bill Crabtree, David Petersen, Ross Campbell, Paul… Read More »
Kill Shakespeare – The Mask of Night #1 Mcreery, Del Col, Belanger IDW Publishing 2014 Kill Shakespeare returns with this… Read More »
Clive Barker’s Night Breed has a bit of intrigue, but due to character designs and strange pacing, it flirts with being corny instead of being fascinating.
The ease of adoption makes it a fun read for newer readers, but readers who have been reading Constantine for a while might find it to be a more generic knock off of what they love.
Again, my recommendation is to steer clear of The Last Broadcast until the last issue, and then there may be something to witness.
Again, I enjoyed The Woods, and look forward to going deeper into the darkened wood with the students who dared.
1 For $1: The Strain #1 David Lapham(W), Mike Huddleston(A) Dark Horse Comics 2014 Based on the Strain Trilogy by… Read More »
Winter World #1 Chuck Dixon(W), Butch Guice(A) IDW Publishing 2014 Winterworld #1 is a reprinting from the original Winterworld graphic… Read More »
This issue covers numerous angles of the X-O mythos, from Aric’s lineal history to depicting his current opposition, the dangerous Armor Hunters, in a slightly more humanizing light.
Set in the voodoo-laden bayou along the New Orleans outskirts, the story follows Jack Boniface, who inherited from his father the mantle of Shadowman and, along with it, the charge to defend the earthly plane from Master Darque and the Deadside.
Hiccup and Toothless return for a high-flying, heart-felt sequel worthy of the Dragon franchise
X-Men: Days of Future Past Director: Brian Singer Screenplay: Simon Kinberg Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, Patrick… Read More »
Edge of Tomorrow Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt, Bill Paxton Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Pictures, 3 Arts Entertainment 2014 Tom Cruise… Read More »
City: The Mind in the Machine, which began thematically in ways akin to other narratives employing the “Big Brother” threat that appears more and more real every day, has since been developed into a true piece of high concept art – a new take on godlike powers and the responsibilities intrinsically crucial when the lines between privacy and safety begin to blur.
Godzilla: The IDW Era #1 Chris Mowry(W), Matt Frank(C), Various(A) IDW Publishing 2014 This is a neat book, but it… Read More »
Angry Birds #1 Jeff Parker, Paul Tobin(W) Paco Rodrigues, Marco Gervasio, César Ferioli(A) IDW Publishing 2014 I really wasn’t looking… Read More »