Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Comic Book Reviews

A Piece of Darth Vader Defined: A Review of ‘Star Wars...

As a true Star Wars fan, I'm sure you looked into many of the stories that have linked Episode III and IV. However, if you have not checked this one out yet, you are in for a treat.

Charleton’s Stab at the Lord of the Jungle: A Review of...

The story selection is pretty good, with my favorite actually being the final published story, “The Jungle Joke,” in which Tarzan gets revenge on the tribe that killed his adopted mother, with the help of his jungle friends (and not so much friends).

A Clone Trooper with the Power of the Force? A Review...

One question came to mind after seeing the cover of this latest Star Wars TPB, “What is a Clone Trooper doing with a light saber?!?!?!” A Jedi in disguise perhaps? Maybe he forgot his blaster at home?

Classic Suspense or Creaky Rehash?: A Review of ‘Adventures Into the...

Originally published from 1948 to 1967, Adventures Into the Unknown! is generally acknowledged as comicdom’s first horror title.

A True Classic from the Father of the Graphic Novel: Will...

As Eisner Week has arrived - March 1-10, 2013 – comic writer Matt Fraction (Immortal Iron Fist and numerous other Marvel titles) provides the foreword to this new hardcover edition of one the last pieces created by the late and great Will Eisner.

Another Peek Through The Looking Glass?: A Review of ‘Alice in...

"Another adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland?" you may be thinking.

Angels, Devils and Poop Jokes: A Review of ‘Cherubs’ TPB

In simplest terms, the artwork is substantially better than the dialogue.

The Final Frontier: A Review of ‘Anomaly’

This is the story of Earth in the year 2717. Our old Earth has suffered a lot over the centuries, and most people live in orbit. Similar in ways to the storyline for Alien, all of humanity is governed by a single mega corporation, called the Conglomerate.
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