Tagged: Image Comics
I do like this new take on the classic and I am entertained by it.
Dark Engine Volume 1: The Art Of Destruction (W)Ryan Burton (A)John Bivens Image Comics 2014 Dark Engine feels a lot… Read More »
Bringing you the reasons we’re broke on our weekly podcast! Comics, Movies, TV, Video Games and more! The Reasons I’m Broke #121 – Black Lantern Kelli In #121, we cover Kingdom Hearts 3, the Image Comics Expo, Agent Carter, The… Read More »
They’re Not Like Us #1 (W)Eric Stephenson (A)Simon Gane Image Comics 2014 They’re Not Like Us kinda feels like what… Read More »
Graveyard Shift #1 (W)Jay Faerber (A)Fran Bueno Image Comics 2014 Graveyard Shift starts off with a small band of police… Read More »
The art style is a turn off, and Fraction has written better projects, so I would wait to read through this in its entirety before I grab another issue.
This was probably one of the funnies books I have read in a while, and I plan on evangelizing how great it is. Seek it out, and own it.
It would be a foolish move not to pick up this issue as a fan, but a missed opportunity as a comic reader if you have never read Savage Dragon and didn’t pick up this issue to see if it is for you.
Read this book. The art is great, but the story is the main attraction.
Madman In Your Face 3D Special (W)Michael Allred, (A/CA)Laura Allred, Michael Allred Image Comics 2014 Madman’s 3D special is a… Read More »
White Like She (A)Bob Fingerman, (W)Bob Fingerman Image Comics 2014 White Like She is a twenty year old throwback to… Read More »
God Hates Astronauts #4 Ryan Browne, Jordan Boyd Image Comics 2014 Now, I’ve never told anyone this, but when I… Read More »
Rumble issue one was a good start, and I’m looking for the next installment.
Drifter #1 Story By: Ivan Brandon Art By: Nic Klein Cover By: Nic Klein Variant Cover By: Esad Ribic Variant… Read More »
The questionable titling of this series is finally being addressed in this current story arc. (The first arc, although it sparingly featured amateur astronaut farmers fucking up things in space, focused more on Stargrass–nee Star Fighter–and his quest to reclaim his wife, his dignity and find a suitable head to replace the gargantuan, swollen and deflated beach ball that he once called a cranium.)
The legend of the dark Russian necromancer begins.
Goners read slow and didn’t really give much in return.