John Constantine: Hellblazer #8, like the rest of the series, seems to take its cue from a famous clip of Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace: “I know writers who use subtext and they’re all cowards.”
This month at Vault Comics sees the introduction of Shadow Service #1, featuring a series of gorgeous covers that highlight the gothic horror/spy thriller vibe of the series. We chatted about the main cover a few months back in our Cover Girl series and came to the conclusion that we were intrigued by what this…
Genosha, once the graveyard for 16 million mutants, is now crawling with life! Well, alien and zombie life (half-life?), that is. Suddenly swarmed, the X-Men have called in a small army of psychics to stave both invasions. Can they succeed? Read on with Dani Kinney and Kayleigh Hearn to find out!
In Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1, Kimberly Hart, aka the Pink Ranger, aka Ranger Slayer, returns home to find that things have changed… and not for the better. With all the history and baggage she has on her world, how is she ever going to be able to save it?
In Leigh Dragoon’s inventive take on Little Women, the March girls are all witches — and the Laurences, freshly moved in next door, are witchfinders.
I was along for the ride in the first couple of issues, but I have to say that Cable #3 has a little too much of some things I am absolutely not fond of. Chief among them? Well, it starts with Dead and ends with Pool.
Vampire stories are a genre unto themselves. Bram Stoker’s vampires operate by different rules than Anne Rice’s vampires or Stephanie Meyer’s vampires. But for those of us who play Vampire: The Masquerade obsessively, the World of Darkness vampires are the end all, be all of the species. Not only do they behave by different rules,…
It’s been literal months since Marvel released Wolverine #2, which probably doesn’t help make the final issue in Percy’s questionable “War on Drugs” story any easier to understand.
So, here we are, at the end of it all. After three months, Marvel finally released X-Men/Fantastic Four #4 and…well, it’s fair to say that it was everything that we had hoped it wouldn’t be.
Right off the bat, I have to say that the cover to X-Force #11 is one of my favorites so far.
Immortal Hulk was a series on my radar for some time. It’s an Eisner award nominee. Several sites name it as one of their top ongoing series. And it also features Al Ewing, a writer I love for his more intellectual, detailed approaches to scriptwriting. (Take a look at his Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor…
Beautifully painted with soft, flowing watercolours, The Wayfarin’ Stranger Meets the Lady Pirate reads like a song for the eyes.