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…

Civil War II #4 Review

Civil War II #4 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: David Marques Colors: Justin Ponsor Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Disregarding the Free Comic Book Day and #0 issue, Marvel’s summer blockbuster Civil War II has come to the half way point with chapter number 4.  In the last issue, Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel), Tony Stark…

Sombra #1 Review

Sombra #1 Writer: Justin Jordan Artist: Raul Trevino Colors: Juan Useche Letters: Jim Campbell Publisher: Boom Studios   Back in the 1970’s, US President Richard Nixon gave a press conference to the country in which he called out the dangers and harmfulness of drugs.  He referred to them as “public enemy number one”, and shortly after…

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #5 Review

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #5 Writer: Kyle Higgins Artist: Thony Silas Colors Bryan Valenza Letters: Ed Dukeshire Publisher: Boom Studios Previously…..on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the Green Ranger, Tommy Oliver continues to struggle overcoming Rita Repulsa’s influence.  A mental battle breaks out between Tommy’s inner-desire to use his powers for good, and the temptation of…

All-New Wolverine #10 Review

All New Wolverine #10 Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: IG Guara Colors: John Rauch Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel The X-Men franchise is one of the most beloved Marvel franchises in their vast gallery.  For years, if you read Marvel comics it was either you read X-Men comics or everything else.  It has one of the…