Suicide Squad Movie Review

Suicide Squad Director: David Ayer Writer: David Ayer Producer: Charles Roven & Richard Suckle Distributer: Warner Bros. Pictures Note: This review contains spoilers, you’ve been warned. If you been paying attention to modern pop culture as of late, you’d know the ever-growing popularity of the comic book movie genre.  It began largely thanks in due…

Invincible Iron Man #12 Review

  Invincible Iron Man #12 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mike Deodato Colorist: Frank Martin Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel In the shadows of event comics, it can sometimes become easy to overlook and forget about the current ongoing series of the crossover’s main protagonists/antagonists.  As is the case with Marvel’s Civil War II and…

Kill or be Killed #1 Review

Kill or be Killed #1 Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Sean Phillips Colorist: Elizabeth Breitweiser Publisher: Image Comics The celebrated collaborative team-up of writer Ed Brubaker(Captain America, Daredevil) and artist Sean Phillips(Hellblazer, Marvel Zombies), have united once again to create a new thriller comic, Kill or be Killed.  Much like their previous works together, i.e. Criminal and…

Doctor Strange #10 Review

Doctor Strange #10 Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Chris Bachalo Colors: Chris Bachalo & Rain Beredo Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel The Marvel business model at the moment is obsessed with re-launches and the fixation on releasing new #1’s on the racks to boost sales.  Every time DC seems to be edging them out on the…

Moon Knight #5 Review

Moon Knight #5 Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Greg Smallwood, Wilfredo Torres, Francesco Francavilla, & James Stokoe Colors: Jordie Bellaire, Michael Garland, Francesco Francavilla, & James Stokoe Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel One of the most daunting tasks when it comes to reading comics is the simple act of starting, particularly where to start.  Many of these…

Old Man Logan #9 Review

  Old Man Logan #9 Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Andrea Sorrentino  Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel Writer Jeff Lemire’s Old Man Logan is arguably the strongest of the current ongoing X-Men books.  Thankfully it hasn’t diverted itself into either of the tiresome “Civil War II” or “Apocalypse Wars” events/crossovers, and by being allowed to…

Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens #1 Review

Predator vs. Judge Dredd vs. Aliens #1 Writer: John Layman Artist: Chris Mooneyham Colorist: Michael Atiyeh Letters: Michael Heisler Publisher: Dark Horse Comics & IDW Dark Horse Comics have been creating crossovers between the Predator and Alien franchises for years and it makes perfect sense.  They both lend themselves for a slew of similar themes…

Titans #1 Review

Titans #1 Writer: Dan Abnett Artist: Brett Booth Colors: Andrew Dalhouse Letter: Carlow M. Mangual Publisher: DC Comics The original Kid Flash, Wally West is back from the events of the DC Rebirth Special, and is now on a journey to round-up his former teammates and find out who is behind the manipulation of the…

Batgirl #1 Review

Batgirl #1 Writer: Hope Larson Artist: Rafael Albuqerque Colors: Dave McCaig Letters: Deron Bennett Publisher: DC Comics The long-awaited Alan Moore graphic novel, “Batman: The Killing Joke” has been adapted to animation and is the first animated DC movie to be released in theaters since 1993’s, “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm”.  Though only for a select…

Extraordinary X-Men #12 Review

Extraordinary X-Men #12 Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Humberto Ramos Colors: Edgar Delgado & Dono Sanchez-Almara Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel The Apocalypse Wars are coming to a close in the X-Titles and Extraordinary X-Men #12 ends Storm’s team of mutants journey in “Omega World”. When the “event” began, Colossus and his team of X-Men in training…