Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Review - The Librarians #1 (DynamiteComics)


"What could possibly explain their presence?"

The world is full of mysteries, some of which demand teams with a unique set of skills to get to the bottom of things. One of those teams is found in The Librarians #1 from Dynamite Comics. The issue is written by Will Pfeifer, illustrated by Rodney Buchemi, colored by Weslei Manuel and lettered by Troy Peteri.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Review - Dominatrix: Hellbent in Heels #1 (@arcanastudio)


"Ugh...I hate my life!"

Heroes come in different shapes and sizes. Some wear capes, some wear masks and some wear latex body-suits with whips and AREN'T named Selina Kyle. The latter is the main character in Dominatrix: Hellbent in Heels #1 from Arcana Studio. The issue is written/lettered by Erik Hendrix, illustrated by Kewber Baal and colored by Chandran Ponnusamy.

Friday, September 15, 2017

Review - Samurai Slasher: Late Fees


"The following comic is based on a true story."

Loss is something that's inevitable for everyone in this world. The way we react to loss varies wildly from one person to the next and it's likely that few respond in a way the main character does in Samurai Slasher: Late Fees. The issue is written by Mike Garley, illustrated by Lukasz Kowalczuk and colored/lettered by Lukasz Mazur.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Assassin's Creed Origins Offers Look at Villains


Heroes and villains are two sides of the same coin. Ubisoft knows that fans of the upcoming Assassin's Creed Origins is familiar with the heroes, but now they want to offer a glimpse at the villains. In the video after the jump, players can get a glimpse at the Order of Ancients before squaring off against them as Bayek.

The game is slated to hit consoles (PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One) on October 27. It'll run in silky-smooth 4k on Xbox One X and PC.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Review - Sheena: Queen of the Jungle #1 (@DynamiteComics)


The jungle brings with it an abundance of natural beauty. It also brings with it danger for both its inhabitants and visitors--welcome or not. In Sheena: Queen of the Jungle #1 from Dynamite Entertainment, all of the above is on display. The issue is written by Marguerite Bennett and Christina Trujillo, illustrated by Moritat and Dimi Macheras, colored by Moritat and Casey Silver and lettered by Thomas Napolitano.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Review - P.i.S. Paranormal Investigators Showdown #1


The paranormal is all around us. The problem is that most people aren't equipped to deal with or even observe it. Situations where the paranormal become normal require the services of an outfit such as P.i.S. Paranormal Investigators Showdown #1. The issue is written and lettered by Guido Martinez, penciled by Wilson Palacio, inked by Scott Forster and colored by Christopher Denney.

Friday, September 8, 2017

Review - Scales & Scoundrels #1 (@imagecomics)


"You lousy cheat!"

When faced with a scenario where your city is being pillaged by knights there are very few options. Things get even worse when a dragon burns all your grain stores. Fortunately for most, those scenarios typically only play out in games, but they're fairly close to being reality in Scales & Scoundrels #1 from Image Comics. The issue is written by Sebastian Girner, illustrated by Galaad and lettered by Jeff Powell.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Review - Lazaretto #1 (@boomstudios)


"Welcome to Yersin Univesity!"

College generally ends up being fun by the end, but at the beginning it can be pretty rough. There are all manner of people, groups and cliques that one has to find their way through to discover one's self. Work in a pandemic and things get a little dicier as they do in Lazaretto #1 from BOOM! Studios. The issue is written by Clay McLeod Chapman, illustrated by Jey Levang and lettered by Aditya Bidikar.

Monday, September 4, 2017

Review - The Black Sable #1 (@zenescope)


"Now it and my crew...are some of the most notorious pirates on this side of the galaxy."

Sailing the high seas as a pirate is so 17th century. The new hotness is traversing the cosmos in search of corporate transports to be robbed and plundered. Zenescope seems to agree and offer up a new take on the concept in The Black Sable #1. The issue is written by Joe Brusha, illustrated by Sergio AriƱo, colored by Dijjo Lima and lettered by Kurt Hathaway.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Review - Moneypenny One-Shot (@DynamiteComics)


"Oh leave Agent Moneypenny alone. She's here to protect us, after all."

When it comes to characters, James Bond has more or less cornered the market on the international spy business. There are others in his organization that support him though; some of whom aren't nearly as feted because their roles are perceived as nothing more than support. In Moneypenny One-Shot from Dynamite Entertainment that's shown to be far from the case. The issue is written by Jody Houser, illustrated by Jacob Edgar, colored by Dearbhla Kelly and lettered by Simon Bowland.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Review - Mitch Hammer: Construction Mutant #1 (@relicswish)


"Moult with me?"

The pursuit of science is everlasting. Generally, as one seeks more knowledge they end up pushing the edges of what's known further and further. Sometime that push goes a little too far, as is the case in Mitch Hammer: Construction Mutant #1. The issue is written by Chris Lewis, penciled by Fernando Pinto, colored by K. Michael Russel and lettered by Nic J. Shaw.

Monday, August 28, 2017

Review - War Mother #1 (@ValiantComics)


"Now you're seeing."

When faced with a post-apocalyptic world it helps to have your wits about you, a fearlessness and a weapon that's somehow related to you. In War Mother #1 from Valiant Comics, all of the above and more are on display. The issue is written by Fred Van Lente, illustrated by Stephen Segovia, colored by Elmer Santos with Andrew Dalhouse and lettered by Dave Sharpe.