Self Obsessed #1 Sina Grace Image Comics 2014 This is exactly the kind of work that reaffirms why I will… Read More »
This book hurts my brain. There are parts of this book I really enjoyed, and other parts that only hit “meh” on my excite-o-meter.
Now that I am more acquainted with this book and it’s style, I found it easier to embrace the nature of the story, and enjoy it.
At this point, Furious is a confused mess. The first two issues are about putting your best foot forward, and this book has yet to do that.
The military hasn’t changed in thousands of years of military history, and the same trials and triumphs are going to be told in the future. How you present that future is up to both Buckley and Ponticelli, and right now it doesn’t feel that unique.
Tomb Raider #1 Gail Simone, Nicolas Daniel Selma Dark Horse Comics 2014 I have never played Tomb Raider, but I… Read More »
Very much in the vein of Mad Magazine and similar adult humor books, Psycho Gran won’t enhance you intellectually or bestow upon you a newfound perspective on life; that’s not what Leach is trying to do here. Simply, he wants to entertain you and make you laugh, and the inclusive nature of his work is a testament to that.
Minimum Wage, in its current story arc, resonates with male readers so much because many of us – myself included – know exactly what Rob is going through: the fear (and excitement) of the unknown, the anticipation of the act and the inner loudness of every disappointment and inconsistency.
This is Linsner at the top of his game, ladies and gentlemen, and considering the self-contained nature of Sin Boldly, it’s a must-buy for any past or present fan.