Books

Archie Vs. Predator #1 Review

Written by: Alex De Campi Art by: Fernando Ruiz Publisher: Archie Comics/Dark Horse Comics Archie comics have for a long time been associated with good ole wholesome fun with their bright visuals, zany characters and funny gags...


John Ringo’s Manxome Foe Review

For the first two novels in John Ringo’s Looking Glass series, I was able to shrug off some fairly extensive flaws because I was having fun. Not every book needs to be Literature, and no books are perfect. And sometimes you j...


John Ringo’s Vorpal Blade Review

I’ve said this before, but it bears repeating: I can forgive a lot of writing problems if I’m having fun. Déjà-vu? Yes, I’m afraid so. To be perfectly honest, I’m not sure if Vorpal Blade is a better or worse book tha...



Ninjak #1 Review

Written By: Matt Kindt Art By: Clay Mann and Butch Guice Publisher: Valiant Ever since the Valiant Universe relaunched a few years back, fans have been asking for a Ninjak series because simply put, he is a badass character who...


Descender #1 Review

Written by: Jeff Lemire Art by: Dustin Nguyen Publisher: Image Science Fiction stories are at their best when the universe they reside in feels big and the characters are memorable. Films such as Star Wars and Blade Runner succ...