In an attempt to get the struggling comicbook industry back on its feet, Negan Lives! is a call to get people back into stores and buying comics.
And it’s a fun one-shot in its own right, filling in some of gaps left after The Walking Dead’s final issue and setting up possible adventures in the future.
Read More Quick Review – ‘Negan Lives!’ by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard
The world of ‘Blade Runner’ returns in comic-form, in an original story penned by ‘Blade Runner 2049’ writer Michael Green.
This 12-issue series promises a story of twists and turns all set within the sprawling neon metropolis of 2019 Los Angeles from the original film.
Read More ‘Blade Runner 2019’ #1 – Review
Back at the height of it’s popularity, Modern Warfare 2 was everywhere. It was a real cultural moment for a particular generation. And no one defined it better than the skull mask-wearing Ghost. To hype the release of the game, this comic was created. And it has every edgy moment you’d expect. It’s also pretty good.
Read More What I’m Reading – The Forgotten Modern Warfare 2 Tie-in Comic
Today I’m reviewing Dave Steven’s original run of The Rocketeer. My knowledge of these characters comes from the classic 1991 Disney film. Will this compare to that childhood favourite?
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Rocketeer: The Complete Adventures’ by Dave Stevens
A quick review of one of the stranger characters in the Batman mythos; Azrael. After discovering him in the ‘Arkham’ games, I couldn’t believe he wasn’t more popular. I decided to buy his origin story and discover how he was introduced.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Batman: Sword of Azrael’ by Dennis O’Neil and Joe Quesada
Garth Ennis tackles Nick Fury! And if you’ve read any of his work before, especially his run on The Punisher, you probably know what to expect. But that doesn’t make it any less impressive when Nick Fury strangles a man with their own intestines.
Read More What I’m Reading – ‘Fury’ by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson
Garth Ennis is not for everyone. His writing can seem a bit too edgy and puerile. But I’d argue that there’s more to it than that. It’s not just offensive, stupid, disgusting humour – it’s actually clever.
Well, most of the time. But luckily, ‘The Boys’ is one of those times.
Read More The Boys, Volume 1: The Name of the Game – Review