Posts Tagged ‘reviews’

Kid Lobotomy #4 Review

Written by: Peter Milligan Art by: Tess Fowler & Lee Loughridge Published by: IDW From the beginning, Kid Lobotomy has dealt with issues of abuse and mental health. With issue #4, Peter Milligan fully removes what remains o...


Abbott #1 Review – A Model For Social Commentary in Comics

Written by: Saladin Ahmed Art by: Sami Kivela & Jason Wordie Published by: Boom! Abbott #1 is a breath of fresh air, quite unlike anything else I’m reading. It’s unique in a variety of ways, almost all of them exciting....


Rugrats #4 Review

Written by: Pranas Naujokaitis Art by: Jorge Monlongo Published by: Boom Studios Ever so trendy is it to bank on nostalgia. I’m seeing a great deal of movies and comics reviving old franchises, but something I’ve...



The Jetsons #3 Review

Written by: Jimmy Palmiotti Art by: Pier Brito Published by: DC As we close issue #3 of The Jetsons we find ourselves halfway through this series’ arc, and I think Palmiotti is doing a fine job setting the stage for wh...


The Snagglepuss Chronicles #1 Review

Written by: Mark Russell Art by: Mike Feehan, Mark Morales, & Paul Mounts Published by: DC Comics Mark Russell has built his career at DC Comics off of reimagining old, out-of-vogue properties in a contemporary political c...