ReCore is a brand new title that just hit gamers' hands on September 13. And when gamers are able to pull themselves away from that world, Dark Horse wants them to get sucked back in via The Art of ReCore.
Friday, September 30, 2016
Thursday, September 29, 2016
"Assembling a black-ops team is a delicate affair."
M.A.S.K. is an unsung hero of the cartoons of the eighties. The concept blended together parts of Transformers and G.I. Joe and the end result were motorcycles that turned into helicopters. It was a fantastic mix of ideas that led to some great creativity on the playground. That creativity shouldn't be left to the cartoon though as IDW is bringing the universe into their fold in M.A.S.K. Revolution #1. The issue is written by Brandon Easton, illustrated by Tony Vargas, colored by Jordi Escuin and lettered by Chris Mowry.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
"I am Aric of Dacia. Last King of the Visigoths of old."
X-O Manowar is a stalwart of the Valiant Universe. The character has been pivotal to the relaunch of the universe a few years ago and now he's getting some final praise as he prepares for the next phase of his life. X-O Manowar #50 from Valiant Comics gives readers plenty of things to praise the character for. "Long Live the King" is written by Robert Venditti, penciled by Joe Bennett, inked by Marcio Loerzer and Bellardino Brabo and colored by Ulises Arreola. "The Two Deaths of Gaius Maelus" is written by Fred Van Lente, illustrated by Clayton Henry, colored by Brian Reber and lettered by Dave Sharpe. "His Greatest Failure" is written by Jody Houser, illustrated by Javier Pulido, colored by Muntsa Vicente and lettered by Sharpe. "The Future" is written by Matt Kindt, illustrated by Thomas Giorello, colored by Diego Rodriguez and lettered by Sharpe.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
"Lula, time to get up!"
The traveling circus is a thing of the past. The idea of a group of strange individuals gathered to impress and frighten attendees is one of the past, but the concept does make for good stories. Dark Horse Comics is offering one such story in Chimichanga: Sorrow of the World's Worst Face #1. The issue is written by Eric Powell and illustrated by Stephanie Buscema.
Monday, September 26, 2016
"Oh, come on...not you too. Don't be scared."
A dinosaur as a friend usually doesn't end well (unless you're Chris Pratt). There's something to be said though about a dinosaur who does want to be your friend as they could do all sorts of cool things with you. Monty is one such dinosaur in Monty the Dinosaur #1 from Action Lab Entertainment. The issue is written by Bob Frantz and illustrated by Jean Franco.
Friday, September 23, 2016
"Looks like our cousins across the pond...need to get their house in order."
"Autobots, roll out" and "Go Joe!" are two of the most recognizable phrases from the 80s. They're attached to two of the most recognizable toys of the 80s as well, speaking to their popularity. We all imagined them fighting one another, but IDW is taking that to the next level in Revolution #1. The issue is written by John Barber and Cullen Bunn, illustrated by Fico Ossio, colored by Sebastian Cheng and lettered by Tom B. Long.
Thursday, September 22, 2016
"The gods, Antonius..."
Life in ancient history looks extremely difficult by modern standards. There were so many unknowns that have since been resolved that you wonder how people made a go of things. Valiant Entertainment isn't exactly one to make things easy for their characters and that's the case in Britannia #1. The issue is written by Peter Mulligan, illustrated by Juan José Ryp, colored by Jordie Bellaire and lettered by Dave Sharpe.
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
"...I wandered for months."
When one finds oneself in a new territory there are a few options. You can freak out and hope it's all a dream. You can not doing anything and just wait. Or you can make a go of it and try to find your own way. Jack Natari chose the latter in Land of the Rats: Gastrolithicus #1. The issue is written and illustrated by Mark Nasso.
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
"I'll be the weapon."
Zenescope knows how to take a legendary literary character and modernize it. It's their bread and butter and they've been doing it for a while now. Some of the characters are better known than others, but Grimm Fairy Tales Genesis: Heroes Reborn looks to fix that. "Van Helsing Timeless Classics" is written by Pat Shand, illustrated by Larry Watts, colored by Walter Pereyra and lettered by Taylor Esposito. "Robyn Hood Auld Lang Syne" is written by Lou Iovino, illustrated by Riveiro, colored by Federico Blee and lettered by Esposito. "Wonderland Mad Dreams" is written by Joe Brusha, illustrated by Allan Otero, colored by Valentina Cuomo and lettered by Esposito. "Death Force Totems" is written by Dave Franchini, illustrated by Marc Rosete, colored by Leonardo Paciarotti and lettered by Esposito. "Grimm Fairy Tales Judgment Rising" is written by Brusha, illustrated by Salvatore Cuffari, colored by Erick Arciniego and lettered by Esposito.
Monday, September 19, 2016
Tarzan is a man raised by apes. The Apes on the Planet of the Apes are apes raised and living as humans. There's a natural symmetry to both that makes each seem like opposite sides of the same coin, so it only makes sense to bring them together. In Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes #1 from Dark Horse Comics, the two properties are thrust together. The issue is written by Tim Seeley and David Walker, illustrated by Fernando Dagnino and colored by Sandra Molina.
Friday, September 16, 2016
"Win some, booze some. Riverdale."
Making it big in anything takes not only talent but patience too. That especially holds true for the music scene, where just about anyone and everyone thinks they can be the next big thing. It takes a really special group such as Josie and the Pussycats in Josie and the Pussycats #1 from Archie Comics to fight through all the drama and succeed. The issue is written by Marguerite Bennett and Cameron Deordio, illustrates by Audrey Mok, colored by Andre Szymanowicz and lettered by Jack Morelli.
Thursday, September 15, 2016
"My name is Aidan. This is my story."
The problem with a monarchy is that one person/family is content to make all the decisions, regardless of how those decisions affect the kingdom's inhabitants. When that person making the decisions is violent and reckless, when things crop up in their kingdoms their reaction is a little on the overreacting side. In Scavenger #1 from Markosia, that overreaction includes violent overreach. The issue is written by Kim Roberts and illustrated by Megan Huang.