In tow with the standards the comic company founder established, creator/artist/writer Siya Oum has put together an absolutely stunning piece of visual storytelling.
This may be one to keep on your radar, folks.
This book is, in the purest sense of the idiom, a real page turner, and at the end of the issue a few things are established, though none likely as much as this: if you’ve been out of the loop for a while, now is a pretty good time to start picking up Witchblade again.
Shotgun Wedding is delightful reading in all of the right ways: It’s kinetic, unpredictable, action-packed and, most importantly, an absolute blast throughout. Don’t be surprised if this gets optioned for a film sometime down the line.
Artifacts #36 hits all the sweet spots an issue can hit: accessibility, a great pace, gorgeous artwork, an intriguing storyline and an enormous world to play around in. It’s a winner.
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.
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.
People will be talking about this episode all week, and rightfully so; it was absolutely brilliant.