Quantum and Woody! (2017) #1

Comic Book Review: Quantum and Woody! (2017) #1

Title: Quantum and Woody! (2017) #1 Publisher: Valiant Words: Daniel Kibblesmith Art: Kano Letters: Dave Sharpe Publication Date: December 20, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: “THE WORLD'S WORST SUPERHERO TEAM RETURN IN AN EXPLOSIVE...
Ninja-K #2

Comic Book Review: Ninja-K #2 Review

Title: Ninja-K #2 Publisher: Valiant Words: Christos Gage Art: Tomas Giorello with Roberta de la Torre Colors: Diego Rodriguez Letters: A Larger World Studios Publication Date: December 20, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: “Who is hunting the agents of...
Bloodshot Salvation #4

Comic Book Review: Bloodshot Salvation #4

Title: Bloodshot Salvation #4 Publisher: Image Words: Jeff Lemire Art: Mico Suayan Colors: Diego Rodriguez Letters: Simon Bowland Publication Date: December 13, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: At last – the origin of Rampage! This is the...

Comic Book Review: X-O Manowar (2017) #9

Title: X-O Manowar (2017) #9 Publisher: Valiant Words: Matt Kindt Art: Clayton Crain Letters: Dave Sharpe Publication Date: November 22, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: “Hail to the emperor! With his throne attained and his enemies defeated,...

Comic Book Review: Ninja-K #1

Title: Ninja-K #1 Publisher: Valiant Words: Christos Gage Art: Tomás Giorello Colors: Diego Rodriguez Letters: A Larger World Studios Publication Date: November 15th, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: A NEW CAN’T-MISS ONGOING SERIES! From acclaimed writer Christos Gage...
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 perfect, right? In addition to...

X-O MANOWAR #2 Review

Upon opening X-O Manowar #2, we're greeted by a big, beautifully illustrated scene depicting Aric as he sits on atop a rock on Gorin, speaking to the ring that...

Immortal Brothers: The Tale of the Green Knight #1 Review

I have to say “nice try” to Van Lente. He took several of the most important scenes from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, captured some of the intensity, but none of the significance.
X-O Manowar #1

X-O Manowar #1 Review

After reading just the first issue, I am convinced that current rendition of X-O Manowar will be celebrated by casual fans and comic book enthusiasts alike for years to come. In every way, X-O Manowar #1 is a living, breathing, stunning work of modern fiction which takes hold of its reader and refuses to let go until it’s finished.

Bloodshot Reborn #0 Review

The larger story of global catastrophe and a mysterious cabal is intriguing if not exactly groundbreaking and I’m not against the humanizing effect of a love story, but the way that Lemire has presented the story, he needs to start paying off in action sooner rather than later.