Clockwork Angels #1 Kevin J. Anderson, Neil Peart, Nick Robles, Ed Dukeshire BOOM! Studios 2014 We start our story with… Read More »
For a straight forward but not too clumsy fantasy story Skyward looks like a good book, however, the Saturday Morning cartoon characters on the back page lead me to believe I don’t have the full story here
VWars #0 FCBD 2014 Edition Maberry, Robinson, Fotos IDW Publishing 2014 Being a free cook earns a lot of points… Read More »
RoboCop Beta could have captured more Boom! Studios readers with a full one-shot book offered for free, but it wasn’t the best vehicle to try and capture that audience
Think Tank: Fun With PTSD #1 Matt Hawkins, Rahsan Ekedal Top Cow 2014 Think Tank #1 opens with an astronaut… Read More »
Hopefully McKinney can find an illustrator that can strengthen the book next year, because the first impression from this Free Comic Book issue is that it was barely worth the price paid for it.
If you have a young reader, and actually wanted a good book to read for Free Comic book day, grab The Lumber Janes from Boom! Box. You won’t be disappointed.
In 2028, OmniCorp is at the head of robotics, supplying the US with a robot army in order to keep the peace abroad. Their goal is to eventually bring the same technology to the home front, but they face congressional opposition.
Zombie Tramp is a standard zombie story with busty artwork, and frankly, I’m glad it was part of Free Comic Book Day so I could be introduced to it.
The Archaia Free comic Book Day Anthology is easily a good book on the first Saturday of May, and always a high quality pull
Free Comic Book day is all about first impressions, and unfortunately Midnight Tiger felt like a student project, so the free price tag felt like the price of admission.
A Voice in the Dark remains one of the most fun and surprising ongoing series in graphic storytelling currently on the market, and it deserves every bit of attention afforded to it.
Armor Hunters FCBD Special is essentially a sampler of a few of the upcoming titles being released by the successfully resurging company.
Archer & Armstrong is a riotously fun book, and this issue – entitled “American Wasteland Part One” – is a perfect jump-on point.
This issue marks yet another turning point for the titular character of Aphrodite IX, and it’s definitely worth picking up and spreading the word about.
Despite being a new book, I can already tell that this story is ripe for adaptation.
If you want a comprehensive overview of the Valiant universe as it currently stands, this is it.