Perhaps, if given enough time, Cannon in the Clouds can develop a voice of its own. It currently stands, at best, as an inspired retread.
“Death Vigil undoubtedly borrows preexisting elements from other stories, however [Sejic] combines all of these elements so seamlessly that they seem both fresh and familiar – the recipe, as pop music has taught us, for mass appeal.”
Joshua Williamson, Mike Henderson Image Comics 2014 I got my copy of the first issue of Nailbiter for free. The… Read More »
Jonathan Luna, Sarah Vaughn Image Comics 2014 In a medium where openly dystopian futures are the norm, Alex + Ada is… Read More »
Ever wonder what some of our weird and wonderful Japanese snacks taste like? But don’t want to commit to WHOLE big pack of something that looks tasty, but whose name you can’t even say properly? Well, this is the event… Read More »
Join us Ye Old Comic Book Store to celebrate the end of summer with a huge Cosplay Extravaganza! Join us for a day filled with Cosplay, Contests, Raffles, Round Table Discussions and so much more! Stay tuned for more details… Read More »
CFCollectibles was created to bring back the fun, medium-sized, inexpensive show that got lost in the e-Bay, internet decade. We want to bring back that face-to-face seller/buyer interaction where you can handle the item you are buying, not look… Read More »
Dan Mendoza, TMChu Action Lab Entertainment 2014 A magical zombie hooker hitchhikes to Vegas and starts eating Johns, until she… Read More »
“He made a cup of tea. He didn’t make silly remarks. Or condescend. Or judge. Or pity. Or act like he was the important one in the room. He just listened.”
I went to Ultracon of South Florida the weekend before last. Honestly, it was not as enjoyable for me as it could have been. There were definitely some highlights. The vendors and the venue were amazing and I had… Read More »
Comics, Toys & Collectibles. Sunday, December 7th, 2014 10am – 4pm Best Western Plus, Daytona Beach, FL http://daytonabeachcomicconvention.com/
Penned by Eisner Award-nominated Jen Van Meter and illustrated by former Shadowman and Daredevil artist Roberto de la Torre, The Death-Defying Doctor Mirage is a terrifically put-together book.
The Delinquents is a pitch-perfect cocktail of fun, fan service and social commentary – perfectly paced and stylistically realized – and whether you’re a fan of one series, both or neither is truly a non-issue; there is fun to be had in these pages and it’s so infectious that it’s almost impossible you won’t be affected one way or the other.
“Revolutions of Terror” Nick Abadzis, Elena Casagrande, Arianna Florean Titan Comics 2014 Most people who know me, know that I… Read More »