Tagged: Image Comics
Next on “What the Hell did I just read?” we look at Genesis. By Nathan Edmonson and Alison Sampson.
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.
After spending 20 pages in that world, I was anxious to spend some more to get to the bottom of the story. Alas, I’ll have to wait until issue 2.
It takes time and true interest to want to discover classic ideas, however Millar and Parlov certainly help give new readers the push they may need to not only read their book, but discover the realm of the bronze age of comics as well.
Merchant Sea knows what it is, and clearly defines itself as such, making it easy for anyone to jump on board for the ride, or stay on shore.
’68: Rule of War #1 Kidwell, Jones, Zornow Image Comics 2014 68 Rule of War is one part zombie apocalypse,… Read More »
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.
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.