Reviews

Underwinter #2 Review

Written by: Ray Fawkes Art by: Ray Fawkes Publisher: Image Comics In a way, Underwinter reminds me of The Green Room. You have a group of musicians who play a gig they shouldn’t be playing, and someone witnesses something h...


Super Sons #3 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Jorge Jimenez Published by: Dc Comics Super Sons is one of the most fun books in recent years, with fantastic writing and vibrant art! Damian and Jon’s uneasy friendship goes to another le...


Superman #21 Review

Written by: Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by: Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray Publisher: Dc Comics Superboy’s faith in friends is to be tested as he faces new challenges! Tomasi and Gleason in this issue continue the...



Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #14 Review

Written by: Kyle Higgins Art by: Hendry Prasetya Publisher: BOOM! After 14 issues, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers seems to be nearing its natural conclusion. All of the integrated stories are tying together to answer some of thos...


The Wild Storm #3 Review

Written by: Warren Ellis Art by: Jon Davis-Hunt & Steve Buccellato Publisher: DC With every issue, I can feel my sheer adoration for The Wild Storm growing. It reads nothing like any other books coming out of DC right now. ...