Posts Tagged ‘sci-fi’

Invisible Republic #3 Review

Written by: Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko Art by: Gabriel Hardman Publisher: Image Three issues in and Invisible Republic has definitely proven itself as a series worth reading. It has a great feeling of tension building a...


Letter 44 #16 Review

Written by: Charles Soule Art by: Alberto Alburquerque Publisher: Oni Press Letter 44 is the best comic you’re not reading. Having written that, it’s important to note that it is also a very dense read. There are w...


Chrononauts #3 Review

Written by: Mark Millar Art by: Sean Gordon Murphy Publisher: Image We’re now only one issue away from the finale of Millar and Murphy’s Chrononauts, and after a strong issue last time, we’re unfortunately back with the s...



John Ringo’s Claws that Catch Review

As I get older and perhaps wiser, I’m beginning to fear that I’m also getting more cynical. To be sure, I’ve always been a cynic—that comes with the trade—but of late, I’ve found it harder to enjoy novels on the pur...


Chrononauts #2 Review

Written by: Mark Millar Art by: Sean Gordon Murphy Publisher: Image Did anyone here ever see the Robot Chicken sketch “Dicks with time machines”? Because really that’s the best way to describe Chrononauts #2 and also the ...