The Wake

This is a series that just won the Eisner award for best limited series, and absolutely deserved it.

Trillium

Trillium is a limited 8-issue comic book series by Jeff Lemire in which humans in the distant future are threatened by a sentient virus. They have been driven to a distant planet called Atabithi where there exists a flower, Trillium, that they believe could be the answer to stopping the virus.

Wolverine #310 Revie...

You know that old saying, “You can’t judge a book by it’s cover”? Wolverine #310 is just that: an amazing looking cover (I have 2 posters of the cover) and a mediocre-to-boring book. The concept idea of this story is pretty cool: Sabretooth is back from the dead, and...

Uncanny X-Force #26

Uncanny X-Force is probably the premier “X” title that Marvel is putting out. Teaming up Wolverine, Deadpool, Fantomex, Psylocke, and AoA Nightcrawler; Rick Remender has created excellent chemistry between all characters. While feeling a little disjointed at times, #26 displays a...

Wolverine and the X-...

Wolverine and the X-Men has been a great series so far. Jason Aaron’s writing has been excellent and Nick Bradshaw’s art is beautiful. In my opinion, this is the X-Men series that truly matters right now; Uncanny is boring, and Astonishing is leaving a lot to be desired. With that being said,...

The Incredible Adven...

Today we talked about the comic book “The Incredible Adventures of Dog Mendonca and Pizza Boy”, which was released by Dark Horse last...

Star Wars: Agent of ...

Johan Cross is an Agent of the Empire. Sort of a more humanized version of The Operative from Serenity with a dash of James Bond thrown in. He’s working for the bad guys, but he believes what he’s doing is right. He’s also going to bed any ladies he can get info from along...

Star Wars: Blood Tie...

Boba Fett is dead. A team of clone troopers and mercenaries have taken out the world’s best bounty hunter. Upon finding out about Boba Fett’s death, Connor Freeman (who is according to the synopsis on Darkhorse.com the son of a clone trooper) mourns his death after we’re...

The Goon #38

This week Eric Powell’s The Goon #38 reaches a new creative highpoint. Any fans of the series are already aware that the tone of The Goon is never consistent, and tends to be an amalgam of genres. The downside is that plot points are setup that are either dropped or put on the back burner for...

Star Wars: Darth Vad...

A review of the 5-issue collection of the Dark Horse series that is available now. I originally posted this at the end of November, but since it’s Star Wars Week a re-post won’t...

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