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Plastic #5, Issue #5, Comic Book, Review, Image Comics

Plastic #5 Review

Prior to reading Plastic #5, I looked at the cover of the book and let out a long sigh of disappointment. No, it wasn't...
Shirtless Bear-Fighter #3, Issue #3, Comic Book, Review, Image

Shirtless Bear-Fighter #3 Review

Shirtless Bear-Fighter #3 starts off with Shirtless, our bad-ass bear-fighting bro, tied to a chair, with his mouth stuffed full of toilet paper, trapped...
War Mother, Issue #1, Comic Book, Valiant, Review

War Mother #1 Review

Tribal warfare, a sentient sniper rifle, and a bad-ass female protagonist that sports a mohawk, yeah, I know what you're thinking, this book is...
Manhunter Special #1, DC Comics, Jack Kirby, Review

Manhunter Special #1 Review

Thus far, I must say that I am very happy with the way that DC has honored comic book legend, Jack Kirby, this year,...
Underwinter #6, Comic Book, Image, Review

Underwinter #6 Review

The unconventional and macabre Underwinter ends as it began. There is horror that exists whether you see it or not and often all that...

Grrl Scouts Magic Socks #4 Review

Grrl Scouts continues to surpass any expectation I might have. The sheer audacity is unparalleled. The artwork is astounding and painful. This is a...
Regression, Issue #4, Comic book, Review, Image

Regression #4 Review

What's Regression #4 about? From Image: "Adrian has gone from tormented soul to full-on possessed murderer! And he’s got his best friend Molly in his...

Trinity #12 Review

Some months ago, I lost my interest in the Trinity series, but once I saw an issue with Zatanna, Constantine, and Deadman on the...
Black Cloud, Issue #5, 2017, image

Black Cloud #5 Review

Zelda is all powerful, maybe in both worlds, yet no matter what she does she can never escape herself and her responsibility. That makes...

Winnebago Graveyard #3 Review

The best thing about Winnebago Graveyard is the artwork which is quite good. It is sweeping and cinematic, bold and evocative. It is beautiful...