Circuit-Breaker #1 Review

Circuit-Breaker #1 Writer: Kevin McCarthy Pencils: Kyle Baker Colors: Kyle Baker and Mindy Steffen Letters: Kyle Baker and Mindy Steffen Publisher: Image During World War 4, Japan was saved by their heroic robot servants.  Humanity is, as always unappreciative and the ones who have secured their survival are now outlawed.  The robots don’t take too…

X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever #2 Review

X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever #2 Writer: Max Bemis Pencils: Michael Walsh Colors: Ruth Redmond Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Note: This issue was originally released digitally on January 16, 2016 and has just been released in physical print. In a captivating first issue in which we met our Worst X-Man Ever, Bailey Hoskins.  Who is…

Uncanny X-Men #5 Review

Uncanny X-Men #5 Writer: Cullen Bunn Pencils: Greg Land Colors: Nolan Woodard Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel The Mutant race is again under threat yet again, this time it’s the Terrinen Mist which is poisonous to mutants.  Some of them have seek refuge in Limbo, those being the Storm led X-Men team in Jeff Lemire’s…

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1953 Beyond the Fences #2 Review

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1953 Beyond the Fences #2 Writer: Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson Pencils: Paolo Rivera Colors: Dave Stewart Letters: Clem Robins Publisher: Dark Horse After numerous disappearances of children in a quiet American suburb Hellboy and his team are sent in to investigate.  After some questioning of witnesses and solid character moments…

G.I. Joe: Deviations One Shot Review

G.I. Joe: Deviations One Shot Writer: Paul Allor Artist: Corey Lewis Letters: Gilberto Lazcano Publisher: IDW IDW continues Deviations by turning its attention to one of the most successful action figures and popular animated TV-series of the 1980’s, G.I. Joe.  Deviations is IDW’s take on Marvels “What If” series and explores some of peoples favorite…

WB/DC Release the first Lego Batman Trailer

After the surprisingly fun, humorous, critically and audience pleasing, and box office hit that was the Lego Movie, it was inevitable that sequels and spin-offs were to come. One of the more memorable characters was Batman, voiced by Will Arnett.  Since the character is already an adaptation of arguably the most popular comic book superhero…

All New X-Men #6 Review

All New X-Men #6 Writer: Dennis Hopeless Pencils: Mark Bagley Colors: Nolan Woodard Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel The ragtag team of teenaged time misplaced X-Men are in a desperate struggle to stop the Blob from rampaging across Paris.  Cyclops tries to reestablish his role as the leader.  Idie confronts her conflicting feelings about being catholic.  Wolverine…

Extraordinary X-Men #8 Review

Extraordinary X-Men #8 Writer: Jeff Lemire Pencils: Humberto Ramos and Victor Ibanez Colors: Edgar Delgado and Sotocolor Letters: Joe Caramagna  Publisher: Marvel Extraordinary X-Men #8 kicks off the newest X-Men crossover, Apocalypse Wars.  Jeff Lemire’s new series along with Cullen Bunn’s Uncanny X-Men and Dennis Hopeless’ All New X-men, will be telling their own stories surrounding…

Low #12 Review

Low #12 Writer: Rick Remender  Pencils: Greg Tocchini Colors: Dave McCaig Letters: Rus Wooton Publisher: Image Low is back this month with issue #12.  In this installment, writer Rick Remender turns the story away from the cold depths of the ocean and into the contaminated and scorched surface of the Earth. Stel and her team have reached…

Scarlet Witch #4 Review

Scarlet Witch #4 Writer: James Robinson Pencils: Chris Visions and Steve Dillon  Colors: Chris Visions and Vero Gandini Letters: Cory Petit Cover: David Aja Publisher: Marvel Witchcraft continues be under attack and Wanda, the Scarlet Witch along with her deceased friend and mentor, Agatha Harkness have their first confrontation with whom is behind this decoration…

Ghostbusters: Deviation One Shot Review

Ghostbusters: Deviation Writer: Kelly Thompson Art: Nelson Daniel Letters: Neil Uyetake Publisher: IDW In the spirit of Marvel’s “What if” and DC’s “Elseworlds” series, IDW’s Deviation series puts a twist upon some of our favorite franchises.  It’s concept is to change the outcome of a pivotal point in the plot to design an alternate universe….

International Iron Man #1 Review

Writer: Brian Michel Bendis Pencils: Alex Maleev Colors: Paul Mounts Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel International Iron Man is the second series centered around Marvel’s favorite billionaire, playboy, military industrialist turned superhero within the recent relaunch.  This series is written by Brian Michael Bendis who is also writing the other ongoing Iron Man series, the…