Comic Review – Quarry’s War #1

Max Allan Collins is an experienced writer whose works span across multiple formats. He is probably best known to mainstream audiences as the author of The Road To Perdition graphic novels, which inspired the 2002 Academy Award winning movie staring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman. He’s also notable for having been entrusted with completing a […]

Comic Review – Doomsday Clock #1

The world stands poised on the brink of another World War. God is not dead but he is absent. The smartest man in the world is Public Enemy Number One. The black and white man who died rather than compromise his code of honor lives again. It is November 22nd, 1992. Or maybe it’s the […]

Comic Review – Tomb Raider Survivor’s Crusade #1

Lady Lara Croft is on the move again! Tracking the sinister organization known as Trinity – an ancient society that seeks to find and destroy ancient artifacts of great power, lest they be used to corrupt modern society or challenge the official history laid down by the rich and powerful – Lara has come to […]

TP Review – Batgirl: Son Of The Penguin

Newly returned from an extended vacation that proved anything but relaxing as she made her way across east Asia tracking down a cabal of criminal martial artists, Barbara Gordon is happy to be back home in Burnside – the Gotham City borough that houses most of the city’s tech-savvy and trendy. Unfortunately, while Babs was […]

Comic Review – Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #1

With a TV series based upon him in the works on The CW, Black Lightning’s star has never been higher. Yet despite being one of the most prominent Heroes of Color in American Comics, few fans know much about him and his complicated history. It all began in 1977 when writer Tony Isabella – who […]

Comic Review – The Flash #33

The Justice League has faced many strange threats in their time together, but the so-called Dark Knights may be the greatest threat yet. Seven alternate-universe versions of Batman with all of his training and none of his morals, each one empowered in the same manner as another member of The Justice League! In the case […]

Comic Review – Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Three #8 (The Lost Dimension – Part 6)

All around the universe, in different places and different times, something has awoken. At first impossibly large white holes began to manifest, absorbing or annihilating everything unfortunate enough to encounter them. Now, the holes are smaller, leaking some sort of anti-energy which possesses the minds and bodies of anyone unfortunate enough to be struck by […]

Comic Review – Torchwood: The Culling #1

Historically, the results are mixed when the actors involved in a franchised creative property decide to seek artistic fulfillment at the planning level. For every great director or writer discovered, there are twice as many hacks who forsake the usual tone of the series in order to build monuments to their and/or their character’s glory. […]

Comic Review – Dark Nights: Metal #3

There is nothing Batman hates more than a mystery. He became a master detective, not because he relishes solving a puzzle, but because he cannot bear to be ignorant. That was to be his downfall and the downfall of the multiverse. Because Batman could not leave well enough alone, his efforts to solve a mystery […]

Comic Review – The God Complex #1

Behold the futuristic city of Delphi. A marvel of technology, Delphi is controlled by The Rulers – an upper-class of those gifted with the power to navigate The Stream. The Stream is the collective hive-mind of humanity, containing all the currents of human thought, imagination and information. Through The Stream, The Rulers control every aspect […]

Comic Review – Batman: White Knight #1

“This is an Imaginary Story… Aren’t they all?” With those words, Alan Moore opened one story and ended an era at DC Comics. Whatever Happened To The Man Of Tomorrow was written to given the story of Superman an official ending of sorts before DC Comics rebooted their continuity with Crisis On Infinite Earths and […]

Comic Review – Detective Comics #965

Tim Drake was something of an anomaly among the many people who came to work alongside The Batman in protecting Gotham City. Unlike Dick Grayson and Duke Thomas, he was not chosen as a protege because of a tragedy. Unlike Barbara Gordon and Stephanie Brown, he did not choose to don a costume because of […]

Comic Review – Wonder Woman/Conan #1

It all began in 1940 in All-Star Comics #3, when All-Star Publishing joined their most popular superheroes together as The Justice Society of America. The logic was that kids would be more likely to spend their shiny dimes on a story featuring all their favorite characters working together than a book focused on a single […]

Comic Review – Angelic #1

Science-fiction frequently acts as a parable for real-world problems, examining big issues through the lens of a familiar yet different world. Logan’s Run explored the perils of ageism and the worship of youth in a society. Soylent Green built itself around the problem of overpopulation. Even Planet Of The Apes was truly about racism, government […]

Comic Review – The Flash #30

Barry Allen’s life is a shambles – romantically, professionally and in his secret life as The Fastest Man Alive… The Flash! Barry’s girlfriend, Iris West, might not be his girlfriend anymore. She hasn’t spoken to him since his secret identity was revealed to her by his arch-enemy, Eobard Thawne. The battle with The Reverse Flash […]

Comic Review – The Runaways (2017) #1

WARNING: The following review contains spoilers for the original Runaways series and links to spoilers regarding Runaways #1. Abandon this review here and now, and click not upon the preview images below, lest ye be forever spoilered! Once, there were six kids who mostly couldn’t stand each other. Thankfully, they only had to hang out with […]

Comic Review – The Realm #1

It has been fifteen years since magic found its way back into the world and, in doing so, destroyed it. Orcs, trolls, dragons and all manner of beast mankind did not have names for stepped out of the mists of legend and into reality, laying waste to civilization. Now, what remains of humanity struggles for […]

Comic Review – Green Arrow #30

Despite only lasting a paltry 14 issues in its original run, Green Lantern/Green Arrow changed American comic books forever. Written by Dennis O’Neil with art by Neal Adams in 1970, the series paired Justice League allies Hal Jordan and Oliver Queen on a mission far greater than thwarting any bank robbery. The two heroes – […]

Comic Review – Elsewhere #2

Amelia Earhart is having the mother of all bad days. It started when she and her navigator, Fred, started having engine trouble over the Pacific Ocean while attempting to fly around the world. Forced to use their parachutes, Amelia had Fred jump first only to see him being drawn into some strange flash of light! […]

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