Tagged: Image Comics
Overall, I enjoyed myself, and the ending makes me happy that there could be more to come.
Genius is building to its conclusion, and I am onboard to see how this all plays out
I’m going to assume this is a book for younger readers and it will eventually brighten up
Warren Ellis, Tula Totay Image Comics 2014 I feel like everything I said recently about #2 could be said again… Read More »
For $20, Giant-Size Kung Fu Bible Stories is a little steep, however it’s a modest asking price when considering it could very well be the funnest, funniest and most flipped-through item on your coffee table.
For being a seriously well-done comic book, “God Hates Astronauts” does anything but take itself seriously. From its hilarious opening to the cliffhanger last page, it’s a brilliant piece of work, long-awaited and done perfect justice upon its return.
The Fade Out #1 (W)Ed Brubaker, (A)Sean Philips, (A)Elizabeth Breitweiser Image Comics 2014 A Hollywood scriptwriter wakes up after a… Read More »
Supreme Blue Rose #2 (W)Warren Ellis, (A)Tula Latoy Image Comics 2014 Both more confusing and more satisfying than the first… Read More »
Supreme Blue Rose #1 (W)Warren Ellis, (A)Tula Lotay Image Comics 2014 An award-winning journalist is a little too honest for… Read More »
LOW #1 (W)Rick Remender, (A)Greg Tocchini Image Comics 2014 Positive Information, everyone! It’s another “Both Barrels Comic Book Review,” specially… Read More »
DEAD@17: BLASPHEMY THRONE #1 (W)Josh Howard, (A)Josh Howard Image Comics 2014 Once again, like a herpes outbreak, I’m back, and… Read More »
Wayward #1 Zub, Cummings, Rauch, Dillon Image Comics 2014 Rori Lane is a young half Irish, half Japanese girl… Read More »
Dark Engine is intriguing and paced just quick enough to keep a readers interest, and keep the slow burn pacing up.
For now, I need more to happen to keep my interest up
Hopefully the plot holes that Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman left open in the first two issue will be filled in, and they can continue to build the tension
Despite a glaring plot hole, Genius continues to entertain
Easily on par with the pair of Darkness one-shots put out by comics superscribe Ales Kot, “Through a Glass, Darkly” works excellently on multiple levels and showcase an exceptional burgeoning talent.