Reviews

Grayson #1 Review

Written by: Tim Seely& Tom King Art by: Mikel Janin Publisher: DC Reading Grayson issue one was by far on the opposite side of the spectrum then what I thought I was getting myself into. To be fair, I hadn’t done any ...


Aquaman and the Others #4 Review

The first thought that came to mind when I finished this issue was, this was not meant for a first timer of Aquaman and the Others to read. However, after the first couple of pages, I ended up with the thought of, oh well, it&#...


Batman/Superman #12 Review

Time travel anyone? Batman Superman issue twelve focused around it, and with it came some tears, smiles, and even an “oh man, what now?” feeling. We begin this issue with the return of Kaiyo, goddess of chaos. Not s...



A Wise Man’s Fear Book Review

Fair Warning, there are minor SPOILERS to be had here about the plot. If The Name of the Wind is a half-finished puzzle of an interesting world with a boring protagonist, then A Wise Man’s Fear is a puzzle that hasn’t been ...


#1 for $1: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Rift #1 Review

Written by: Gene Luen Yang, Michael Dante Di Martino, & Bryan Konietzko Art by: Gurihiru Publisher: Dark Horse Avatar the Last Airbender was one of my favourite shows on Nickelodeon, and it is extremely pleasing to see t...