Tagged: Image Comics
With Aphrodite IX in the books (at least for now), Hawkins and Sejic can widen their lenses, so to speak.
Having moved on from her previous adventures, Cassie is laying low as a bounty hunter until Dum Dum Dugan asks her to fight evil again.
I’m bored because I’ve not only seen this before, but it all feels like a flat 2-dimensional paint by number mystery that the Scooby gang could solve in a half hour.
Death Vigil doesn’t appear to have set out to reinvent the wheel, but when you have art this gorgeous, characters this likable and a story this well developed it’s difficult not being at least a little interested in seeing where it takes us.
Rise of the Magi is a delightful mixture of classic storytelling cornerstones – incorporating equal parts swords and sorcery, good versus evil and the always reliable stranger-in-a-strange-land plot device – wrapped up in a charming bildungsroman bundle.
Red City isn’t Blade Runner and it isn’t Total Recall, so what is it?
Superannuated Man is appropriately named, and I’m just not sure I care to find out month by month. Perhaps in trade.
That’s Because You’re a Robot (One Shot) David Quantick(W), Shaky Kane(A) Image Comics 2014 Speaking of Kickstarter, if you’ve ever… Read More »
The Wicked + The Divine #1 Kieron Gillen(W), Jamie McKelvie(A) Image Comics 2014 The Wicked + The Divine presents gods… Read More »
Longtime fans of the series should be very proud to have stuck with it for as long as they have. After so many years and so many stories, Witchblade is just as beautiful and vital a comic as it was when it first kicked off back in 1995.
Continuing his series of one-shots chronicling the doomed exploits of past wielders of the Darkness along current Darkness Jackie Estacado’s bloodline, The Darkness: “Close Your Eyes” tells the story of Adelmo Estacado, a young man whose sorrowful existence has just reached the 21 year mark when the story opens.
If you have never read any of the two books, I strongly suggest picking this up and getting a good taste of what you are missing.
C.O.W.L. probably isn’t the easiest book to jump into. The story moves at a relentless pace, and the art is disorienting, but combined they make an intriguing story.
I imagine Warren Ellis’ Trees being a title that a publisher doesn’t want to see in their inbox.
This book more or less walks readers through the motion in how Zoey managed to pull off this (obviously, in real life, totally not cool-to-do) crime.