REVIEW: The Wild Storm #1 - A Universe Re-Imagined

If you’re going to ask a creator to reimagine your universe of characters and concepts, revitalizing them into a going concern that is distinct and unique, then Warren Ellis is one of the best creators in comics to tap. As the driving force behind DC Comics’ The Wild Storm...Read More »

REVIEW: Super Sons #1 - World's Finest Teens

I’m not sure you need a better indicator for how well DC has re-embraced fun after DC Rebirth than Super Sons #1, by writer Peter J Tomasi and artist Jorge Jimenez. If a book like this had been published at the height of the New 52, it would have...Read More »

ADVANCE REVIEW: Quantum Teens Are Go #1 - Young Punk Mad Scientists in Love

Quantum Teens Are Go #1 is packed with energy from cover to cover. From its opening scene featuring a young punk skater named Natalie braining a robot with bolt cutters while her boyfriend Sumesh tries to get his ray gun to work, the issue never lets up. The result...Read More »

REVIEW: GOD COUNTRY #1 is an Elegantly Simple Opening to a Sprawling Epic

“God Country #1”
(w) Donnie Cates
(a) Geoff Shaw
(c) Jason Wordie
Image Comics

There are few titles which have received louder heralding than Donnie Cates latest opus from Image: God Country.

Since it was announced in October, the comics community has anxiously awaited the arrival...Read More »

REVIEW: Mick Rory Gets Some Glory at Last in Legends of Tomorrow 2x11 "Turncoat"

This week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow gave me some really good stuff and some stuff I really don’t think I approve of.  I think it was better-written than last week by a significant margin, but where it goes wrong, I feel it really goes wrong.  First, let’s recap:

Rip murdered Washington...Read More »

Older Entries »