While shopping for a few groceries the other night I came across this drink in the soda aisle. It… Read More »
Pirouette #1 (W) Mark L. Miller (A) Carlos Granda (CA) Alé Garza Black Mask Comics 2014 Pirouette is a colourful,… Read More »
In Mega Man X you play as X who was the last Mega Man designed by Dr. Light before his… Read More »
The offspring of Panda Express and Kobe Japanese Steakhouse, Sus Hi Eatstation is a one-of-a-kind, sushi-building experience to satisfy your “inner ninja.”
Horror Block is Nerd Block’s horror-themed mystery box that every month includes a t-shirt and a selection of toys & collectibles.
Let’s jack in to the first Mega Man Battle Network
Link has at last been brought to the Figma line for your collecting pleasure.
Overall it felt like Over the Garden Wall was developed by Terry Gilliam, but I’d skip this book until the creative team and editorial can figure out what to do with it.
American Legends #1 Story By: Bill Schwartz Story By: Zachary Schwartz Art By: Studio Hive Cover By: Studio Hive Image… Read More »
Drifter #1 Story By: Ivan Brandon Art By: Nic Klein Cover By: Nic Klein Variant Cover By: Esad Ribic Variant… Read More »
Memetic is a new comic that I enjoyed from cover to cover. A rare thing
ICE reminds me of a 1990’s action comic from an off-shoot publisher in the 1990s
Edward Scissorhands #1 (W) Kate Leth (A) Drew Rausch (CA) Gabriel Hardman IDW Publishing 2014 I loved Edward Scissorhands! I… Read More »
Toe Tag Riot #1 (W) Matt Miner (A) Sean Von Gorman (CA) Tristan Jones, Rod Reis Black Mask Studios 2014… Read More »
Critical Hit #3 (W)Matt Miner, (A)Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, (C)Dough Garbark Black Mask Studios 2014 Critical Hit #3 carries on the… Read More »
This week I take a look at the slightly mis-titled One Finger Death Punch
The questionable titling of this series is finally being addressed in this current story arc. (The first arc, although it sparingly featured amateur astronaut farmers fucking up things in space, focused more on Stargrass–nee Star Fighter–and his quest to reclaim his wife, his dignity and find a suitable head to replace the gargantuan, swollen and deflated beach ball that he once called a cranium.)