Advance Review: Firefly #1 is a Great First Step Back into the ‘Verse

It’s been twenty years since I saw my first episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and during those twenty years I became a devote follower of the Nerdgod Joss Whedon. I was there when Angel launched and eventually became better than Buffy. I was there when Firefly debuted and quickly became the crown jewel in…… Continue reading Advance Review: Firefly #1 is a Great First Step Back into the ‘Verse

Review: Wonder Woman Earth One is the essence of the character

In honor of the release of Wonder Woman: Earth One volume 2 this week, here’s my original review of the first volume. I was prepared to hate Wonder Woman: Earth One. The early commentary online wasn’t kind. Grant Morrison seemed to be setting the bar awfully high for himself in his interviews, and Yanick Paquette…… Continue reading Review: Wonder Woman Earth One is the essence of the character

Heroes in Crisis #1 is the final nail in the Rebirth coffin.

Remember Rebirth? We got things like this: And a few things like this: Oh, and some stuff like this: Look at all those smiling faces. Look at the happiness, the joy. Look how bright and shiny and good all of these superheroes are. Look at how much fun it all looks. We all wanted Rebirth.…… Continue reading Heroes in Crisis #1 is the final nail in the Rebirth coffin.

Advance Review: Sparrowhawk #1 is a great start to a wicked fairy tale.

[yasr_overall_rating] Sparrowhawk #1 Written by Delilah S. Dawson Art by Matias Basla Published by Boom! Studios In stores 10/3/18 The set up for Sparrowhawk isn’t a particularly new one: girl gets sent to a crazy world full of magical creatures. The 1st creature she comes into contact with is even a cat of some kind.…… Continue reading Advance Review: Sparrowhawk #1 is a great start to a wicked fairy tale.

Musketeers #1 Review – New Wave Zenescope

[yasr_overall_rating size=”large”] Musketeers #1 Writer: Terry Kavanagh Artwork: Daniel Maine Colors: Bryan Valenza Published by Zenescope Entertainment Kavanagh sighting! Okay, maybe that’s not that exciting, but I have to imagine most people (like me) see the name Terry Kavanagh and immediately think of the Spider-man Clone Saga. I believe he was both an editor and a writer during…… Continue reading Musketeers #1 Review – New Wave Zenescope

Harbinger Wars 2: Prelude #1 Review – A Great Start to Valiant’s Next Event

[yasr_overall_rating size=”large”] Harbinger Wars 2: Prelude #1 Written by Eric Heisserer Art by Raul Allen Colors by Patricia Martin Published by Valiant Entertainment I don’t know what Harbinger Wars 2 is going to be like, but the prelude issue was great. Raul Allen is one of Valiant’s secret weapons (no pun intended). His work is…… Continue reading Harbinger Wars 2: Prelude #1 Review – A Great Start to Valiant’s Next Event

Coda #1 Review: Where has all the magic gone?

[yasr_overall_rating size=”large”] Coda #1 Written by Simon Spurrier Art by Matias Bergara Colors by Matias Bergara and Michael Doig Published by BOOM! Studios Holy cow am I conflicted about this comic. First and foremost I should point out that this is, without a doubt, an excellent comic book. It is, ostensibly, a post-apocalyptic story, but…… Continue reading Coda #1 Review: Where has all the magic gone?