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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.
Hello all, and welcome to yet another con report from yours truly. This time around, we cover the annual big one in Florida: Megacon. Every year this convention is held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando,… Read More »
A Voice in the Dark #5 Larime Taylor Image Comics / Top Cow Productions / Minotaur Press 2014 When Top… Read More »
Here are a ton of Megacon 2014 cosplay photos taken by a ten year old fanboy. He took as many photos as he could of all the costumes which he really liked.
This graphic was created by Vue Cinemas
With this great first issue, City: The Mind in the Machine shows a ton of promise and, considering writer Eric Garcia’s track record, we should expect great things to come.
The misadventures of Greg Pincus – a man who, following a series of coincidences, is now believed by everyone except his bumbling slob of a roommate, Barry, to be an invulnerable superhuman (he isn’t) – continue with this third installment of what has, up to this point, been a rather enjoyable and humorous ride.
People will be talking about this episode all week, and rightfully so; it was absolutely brilliant.
The legendary Neal Adams will be doing an in-store signing at Heroes Landing in Clermont Florida on Thursday March 20th 2014. For more information please contact Todd at Heroes Landing. Heroes Landing 12348 Roper Blvd, Clermont, FL 34711… Read More »
Like the majority of the stuff coming out of Top Cow, the artwork is quite good and the writing is pretty excellent. Making a story like Witchblade, which has been around for more than 15 years at this point, resonate with readers is quite an undertaking, and Marz manages this task deftly.
There is more to Veil than meets the eye. She can make people do things. Underneath that innocent veneer, there may be a darker soul biding its time, waiting to emerge.
Seldom does one of these future tales show society basically how it is today, with running water, operational public transportation, existing social services, open borders allowing global travel, free media and a generally content populace, but that’s essentially how the world is on November 11th, 2041, when American Terror: Confession of a Human Smart Bomb opens.
Praise for Persistence A few years ago, Seth Rogen was being interviewed by Howard Stern and the subject of comic books came up. Seth told Howard that his favorite comic book writer was Garth Ennis, the mastermind behind “Preacher,” the… Read More »