Friday, December 23, 2016

Review - Gumballs #1 (@topshelfcomix)

Everyone eventually comes to terms with who they are. Sometimes it's an easy journey, but other times it's one rife with conflict and opposition. Gumballs #1 from Top Shelf Comix is a tale of one such struggle. The issue is written and illustrated by Erin Nations.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Review - Executive Assistant Iris: Enemies Among Us #1 (@AspenComics)

Assassins have been around for a pretty good chunk of history. They've crept through the shadows, observed their targets from hidden locations and strike when the target least expects it. Aspen Comics took that concept and added an exciting twist in the Executive Assistant series and the main character in that series Iris. Iris gets her origins explained a bit in Executive Assistant Iris: Enemies Among Us #1. "First Assignment" is written by David Wohl, illustrated by Giuseppe Cafaro, colored by Wes Hartman and lettered by Zen. "Pain Drops" is written by Vince Hernandez, illustrated by Randy Green, inked by Mark Roslan, colored by Hartman and lettered by Zen.

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Review - Star Trek Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds Volume 2 #1 (@IDWPublishing @DCComics)

The crew of the Enterprise has seen their fair share of diverse alien races, colossal space battles and everything in between. Despite all that, encountering members of the Lantern Corps still brings with it a little bit of surprise. IDW Publishing and DC Comics teamed up again in Star Trek Green Lantern: Stranger Worlds Volume 2 #1 to explore that mystery further. The issue is written by Mike Johnson, illustrated by Angel Hernandez, colored by Alejandro Sanchez and lettered by Andworld Design.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Review - Grim Fairy Tales #1 (@Zenescope)

A parent's hope in life is that their children exceed their accomplishments. For most parents that's just seeing them doing better financially, but for some there are higher stakes. Skye Mathers in Grimm Fairy Tales #1 from Zenescope is looking to pick up her mother's mantle with those higher stakes. The issue is written by Joe Brusha, penciled by Ediano Silva, colored by Ivan Nunes and lettered by Taylor Esposito.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Review - Dead Inside #1 (@DarkHorseComics)

"Bennet Pen is where you're headed. They got two dead bodies. Time to earn your paycheck, detective."

A detective's life is nothing if not interesting, but usually it comes at a cost. While many assume the cost to be personal there are professional costs as well, such as being relegated to investigating crimes in jails. Detective Linda Caruso in Dead Inside #1 from Dark Horse Comics is one such detective, forced to work cases that no one seems invested in seeing through. The issue is written by John Arcudi, illustrated by Toni Fejzula, colored by André May and lettered by Joe Sabino.

Friday, December 16, 2016

Review - Optimus Prime #1 (@IDWPublishing)

"Things were changing on Cybertron...too fast for some..."

Optimus Prime needs no introduction. Except to the people of Earth he's seemingly always trying to help even if they don't want it. Turns out he had a past though that some may not know about and Optimus Prime #1 from IDW Publishing explores that past. The issue is written by John Barber, illustrated by Kei Zama, colored by Josh Burcham and lettered by Tom B. Long.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Review - Sleeping with Ghosts #1

"If this place doesn't have something supernatural, nowhere will."

Ghost hunting will always be a thing. While it won't always have media attention drawn to it or endless reality shows, there are still those out there seeking to contact the supernatural for whatever reason. Sebastian Fletcher is one of those individuals in Sleeping with Ghosts #1. The issue is written by Damian S. Simankowicz, illustrated by Marcelo Salaza and colored by Mike Stefan.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Review - Modern Testament Vol 3. Anthology of the Ethereal (@InsaneComics)

"Good morning, Tommy. It's another beautiful day.

There are forces in play in the world that people draw upon for help in making tough decisions. Many of those forces are of the religious variety as the sense of the unknown gives people something to find hope (or fear) in. Modern Testament Vol 3. Anthology of the Ethereal from Insane Comics offers three tales in that light. "Shoulder Djinn" is written by Frank Martin, illustrated by Lucas Urruita, colored by Ezequiel Dominguez and lettered by Kel Nuttall. "The Abandoned" is written by Martin, illustrated by Francesco Conte, colored by Macerena Cortes and lettered by Nuttall. "Down with the Sickness" is written by Martin, illustrated by Joaquin Gr, colored by Matej Stasko and lettered by Nuttall.

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Review - Shadows on the Grave #1 (@DarkHorseComics)

"I heard something. What was it?"

Horror is subjective. Spiders scare some people, while serial killers scare others. There are very few universal scares save for maybe death and Shadows on the Grave #1 from Dark Horse Comics has that in spades. The issue is written and illustrated by Richard Corben.

Monday, December 12, 2016

Review - Cinderella Serial Killer Princess #1 (@Zenescope)

"That's, like, so awesome!"

Cinderella as a Disney princess is subjugated by her sisters before persevering and becoming something regal through hard-work and some luck. Cinderella as a Zenescope character is a serial killer with a desire to hack her way through any situation. Cinderella Serial Killer Princess #1 from Zenescope is a lot more of the latter than the former. The issue is written by Dave Franchini, illustrated by Salvatore Cuffari, colored by Leonardo Paciarotti and lettered by Taylor Esposito.

Friday, December 9, 2016

Review - Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Revolution #1 (@IDWPublishing)

"Stay back Crankcase. He mentioned a crossover. I don't know what that is, but it sounds intimate."

Autobots and Decepticons are as sure to be enemies as the sun is to rise and set everyday. There are some on each side who blur the lines a bit when it comes to how much they're really invested in that ongoing struggle and the Scavengers don't really want to be that involved. They'd rather be involved in their own lives as they are in Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye Revolution #1 from IDW Publishing. The issue is written by Nick Roche and James Roberts, illustrated by Alex Milne and colored by Joana Lafuente.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Review - Jim Henson's The Storyteller Giants #1 (@boomstudios)

"My word! You weren't joking, these peaches are giant!"

Giants are a thing of legends. There are some people who are really tall, but the notion that a being towers over us as humans is left mainly in fairy tales and fantasy stories. You would hope that such a character would be kind and gentle like the giant in Jim Henson's The Storyteller Giants #1 from BOOM! Studios if it was real though. The issue is written and illustrated by Conor Nolan and lettered by Warren Montgomery.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Review - Dauntless #1 (@Tres_C_Studios)

"The first hit always gets the cobwebs out. Now I'm warmed up."

People will fight for any cause they believe in. There are times when that fight involves words, other times it involves passive resistance. There are some times when fighting for a cause requires actual fighting as the case in Dauntless #1 from Tres Calaveras Studios. The issue is written by Emilio Rodriguez, illustrated and lettered by Juan Martinez Alarcon and colored by David de Alonso.

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Review - Red Agent: The Human Order #1 (@Zenescope)

"Be ready! I'm coming in hot."

Britney Waters is one of the big players in the Zenescope universe and it's only fitting that she get the chance to play a grand role in maintaining order in said universe. Red Agent: The Human Order #1 from Zenescope is another one of those chances. The issue is written by Lou Iovino, illustrated by Wilson Santos and Marc Rosete, colored by Hedwin Zaldivar, Ceci de la Cruz and Grostieta and lettered by Taylor Esposito.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Review - Wonder Woman '77 Meets The Bionic Woman #1 (@DynamiteComics @DCComics)

"I see I'm not the only one with strength!"

Wonder Woman is an icon of DC Comics and--heavy metal riff aside--garners tremendous respect from other characters within that universe. Bionic Woman is a character created with some of the same abilities and the same penchant for wanting to help those who need it. Wonder Woman '77 Meets The Bionic Woman #1 from Dynamite and DC Comics is a mash-up of two great characters in a very era-appropriate setting. The issue is written by Andy Mangels, illustrated by Judit Tondora, colored by Michael Bartolo and Stuart Chaifetz and lettered by Tom Orzechowski and Lois Buhalis.

Friday, December 2, 2016

Review - Savage #1 (@ValiantComics)

"It's okay--we're safe--we're safe--"

The rich and famous generally have an easy go of things, parlaying their success into obtaining anything and everything they could possibly want. That success often comes at the expense of privacy and normalcy and regardless of whether or not you think it's a fair trade, there's something to be said about being able to get away. In Savage #1 from Valiant Comics, getting away is a little more violent than one successful couple imagined. The issue is written by B. Clay Moore, illustrated by Lewis Larosa and Clayton Henry, colored by Brian Reber and lettered by Dave Lanphear.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Review - No Angel #1 (@blackmaskstudio)

"Relax. This is not my first rodeo."

Individuals who find solace in a religion do so in an effort to reinforce their lives. Some religions are more universally recognized than others and some of them emphasize the notion that there are otherworldly beings who exist within that religion. More often than not those individuals exist on a different plane, but not the beings in No Angel #1 from Black Mask Studios. The issue is written by Eric and Adrianne Palicki, illustrated by Ari Syahrazad, colored by Jean-Paul Csuka and lettered by Jim Campbell.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Review - Athena Voltaire and the Volcano Goddess #1 (@ActionLab)

"I always have a thing or two up my sleeve."

Athena Voltaire is something of a world-renowned traveler with a penchant for treasure hunts. Danger doesn't slow her down and she's always one for a new adventure. She's getting a little bit of both in Athena Voltaire and the Volcano Goddess #1 from Action Lab Entertainment. The issue is written, illustrated and lettered by Steve Bryant and colored by Jim Nelson (color assists by Drew Browne).

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Review - The Untamed: Killing Floor #1 (@strangercomics)

"My life is a shadow that deepens in death."

Some will argue that life in the Dark Ages was pretty rough. It had to have been, considering the entire era was named for it. In The Untamed: Killing Floor #1 from Stranger Comics, life in a fantasy world reminiscent of the Dark Ages is just as hard. The issue is written by Sebastian A. Jones, illustrated by Peter Bergting, layouts by Darrell May and lettering by A Larger World Studios.

Monday, November 28, 2016

Review - Sweet Lullaby #1 (@DarbyPopComics)

"What she doesn't know won't hurt her."

The life of a spy is nothing if not exciting. There are plans to steal, innocents to seduce and a whole host of other fun and/or exciting duties that come along with being a spy. In Sweet Lullaby #1 from Darby Pop Publishing, Lullaby is born and raised a spy. The issue is written by AJ Scherkenbach and illustrated by J. Briscoe Allison.

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Review - Supernaut #1 (@215ink)

"I'm back. Everything is doomed!"

The universe is a lot bigger than a lot of people realize, meaning there's plenty of room for interstellar shenanigans. Amidst all the travel and locations, people still need to make a living. Some people do so by way of being thieves like in Supernaut #1 from 215 Ink. The issue is written and illustrated by Michael David Nelsen.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Review - Reggie and Me #1 (@ArchieComics)

Archie more or less runs Riverdale. He'll usually never let his status go to his head, but there are still some in Riverdale who really want to see Archie fail regardless of how nice a guy he may seem otherwise. Reggie and Vader in Reggie and Me #1 from Archie Comics is one such duo. The issue is written by Tom DeFalco, illustrated by Sandy Jerrell, colored by Kelly Fitzpatrick and lettered by Jack Morelli.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Review - Go Home #1 (@ALTERNACOMICS)

"Because this is war. And things will never be the same again."

War is a hellish creation that brings out the best and worst in people. Most wars are fought over ideological guidelines and they typically bring with them an abundance of time in assessing one's own morality. Husk in Go Home #1 from Alterna Comics does just that. The issue is written by Dan Hill and illustrated by Andrew Herbst.

Friday, November 18, 2016

Review - Yakuza: Demon Killers #1 (@IDWPublishing)

"The familiar stranger that we all fear. It has finally come for me..."

There are often tales of wars waged without the knowledge of the people at large. These battles are typically against supernatural forces and typically feature some sort of fighting force tailored specifically to their opponent. It's not often that it's a group such as the Yakuza fighting demons as in Yakuza: Demon Killers #1 from IDW Publishing. The issue is written by Amit Chauhan, illustrated by Eli Powell, colored by K. Michael Russell and lettered by Marshall Dillon.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Review - Vampire Hunter D: Message from Mars #1 (@strangercomics)

"Yet I'm calm. That's because of you, D. Because I know you're coming."

Hunting vampires is almost cliche at this point, but there are some who are more seasoned at it than others. Van Helsing for instance. Vampirella. Even Vampire Hunter D has been around the block a few times when it comes to hunting vampires and what's one more trip in Vampire Hunter D: Message from Mars #1 from Stranger Comics. The issue is written by Brandon Easton, illustrated by Michael Broussard (backgrounds by Sheldon Mitchell) and lettered by A Larger World Studios.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Review - Grand Passion #1 (@DynamiteComics)

"No pattern, that was the key."

Bonnie and Clyde were probably the most famous of all the relationship criminals in history. The duo tore across the country, scoring big and trusting their life with the other. If Bonnie fell in love with a cop though the story could've turned out a lot differently and Dynamite Comics has some notion of that difference in Grand Passion #1. The issue is written by James Robinson, illustrated by Tom Feister, colored by David Curiel and lettered by Simon Bowland.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Review - Exodus #1 (@Tres_C_Studios)

Space may be the final frontier, but when humans visit there are vestiges of past frontiers. Exodus #1 from Tres Calaveras Studios blends together some concepts from the past with the futuristic trends of space. The issue is written and lettered by Emilio Rodriguez, illustrated by Unai Ortiz de Zarate, colored by David de Alonso.

Monday, November 14, 2016

Review - Geek Girl #1 (@Markosia)

"Well, you've only been at this a couple days, Ruby--"

Being in college has its own difficulties with being social and academic. The former can be complicated by the latter in extreme cases. Geek Girl #1 from Markosia Enterprises is one such case. The issue is written by Sam Johnson, illustrated by Carlos Granda, colored by NAHP and lettered by Paul Mclaren.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Review - Brigands #1 (@ActionLabDanger)

"Prisoner at the gates! Guards on the ready!"

If it wasn't the Black Plague that got you in medieval eras it was maybe the Spanish Inquisition. Or maybe the Salem Witch Trials. The point is that past eras were filled with hysterias caused for whatever reasons that made life had for anyone who wasn't royalty. Brigands #1 from Action Lab Danger Zone is poised to capitalize on those dangers. The issue is written by Ram V and illustrated by Nick Barber, Jason Lewis and Kel Nuttall.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Review - Namesake #1 (@boomstudios)

"We've got another one. Who can respond?"

New Year's Eve. Mardi Gras. Burning Man. These are all events that bring together plenty of people in a single area with vary intentions as to how best to celebrate what brought them there in the first place. The big difference between those events and Earth overlapping with Ektae as it does in Namesake #1 from BOOM! Studios is that only the latter involves Ektae magic. The issue is written by Steve Orlando, illustrated by Jakub Rebelka and lettered by Thomas Mauer.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Review - Batman TMNT Adventures #1 (@IDWPublishing)

"I want you to tell all your friends about me."

Batman has a penchant for going it alone. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are the exact opposite, relying on the brotherly bonds to get them through any and all situations. Bringing them all together for a singular purpose is a good bet to be interesting. And it is in Batman TMNT Adventures #1 from IDW Publishing. The issue is written by Matthew K. Manning, illustrated by Jon Sommariva, inked by Sean Parsons, colored by Leonardo Ito and lettered by Shawn Lee.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Review - Ether #1 (@DarkHorseComics)

"And every time, I'm a little more prepared."

Getting away from reality for a vacation is always welcome. It alleviates many of the responsibilities associated with the day-to-day and gives you the chance to just relax. For some that relaxation is maybe a beach, but for Boone Dias of Ether #1 from Dark Horse Comics that relaxation involves solving crimes in a magical realm. The issue is written by Matt Kindt and illustrated/lettered by David Rubin.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Review - Sonic: Mega Drive – The Next Level One-Shot (@ArchieComics)

"Do you wanna fight a snowman?!"

Sonic the Hedgehog has maintained an enduring popularity despite the waning presence of Sega as a game developer. The character continues to be a great one for fans of all ages to enjoy and Archie Comics continues that popular appeal in Sonic: Mega Drive – The Next Level One-Shot. The issue is written by Ian Flynn, line art by Tyson Hesse, colors by Matt Hesse and lettered by Jack Morelli.

Friday, November 4, 2016

Review - Transformers: Revolution #1 (@IDWPublishing)

"You picked the wrong day to mess with me buddy. I'm going to throw you into the sun."

The Autobots are largely misunderstood by inhabitants of Earth. Many times they're trying to help the planet out, but people on Earth have a tendency to be scared of giant robots that can turn into everyday objects. If all of them were as delightful as Thundercracker is in Transformers: Revolution #1 from IDW Publishing then perhaps it might be a different story. The issue is written by John Barber, illustrated by Andrew Griffith, colored by Thomas Deer and lettered by Gilberto Lazland.

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Review - Flash Gordon: King's Cross #1 (@DynamiteComics)

"Death to Ming!"

Routine is always threatened by chaos. Sometimes that chaos is pretty harmless like a late bus or train, but other times it's a lot more dangerous like an alien warlord seeking to take over your home planet. Flash Gordon: King's Cross #1 from Dynamite Comics seems to think the former is tamer than the latter and they're going big. The issue is written by Jeff Parker, illustrated by Jesse Hamm, colored by Grace Allison and lettered by Simon Bowland.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Review - Spirit Hunters #1 (@Zenescope)

"Twenty hours with no sleep...I'm getting jumpy."

There are some who will boldly proclaim that they "ain't afraid of no ghosts." Yet there are others who are terrified at merely the suggestion that there could be other entities walking the world beside us. It's a good bet that there would be reason to be scared of some of the aforementioned entities if they're evil and malicious as they are in Spirit Hunters #1 from Zenescope Comics. The issue is written by Ralph Tedesco and Joe Brusha, illustrated by Julius Abrera, colored by Jorge Cortes and lettered by Taylor Esposito.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Review - Armored Science Kung-Fu Cats #1

"We can't use the know what will happen."

Cats are one of the two more predominant pets in the homes of many. There's an almost endless debate as to which pet is preferred, but you'd be hard-pressed to argue that cats with armor and martial arts talents wouldn't be better in many situations. Armored Science Kung-Fu Cats #1 is one of those situations. The issue is written and illustrated by Tom Caffrey.

Monday, October 31, 2016

Review - The Black Hood Season Two #1 (@DrkCircleComics)

"Of course, I never sleep."

Fighting crime is typically left to the crimefighters such as the police and military. Very rarely do citizens take it upon themselves to do the enforcing. Greg Hettinger is one such man in The Black Hood Season Two #1 from Dark Circle Comics. The issue is written by Duane Swierczynski, illustrated by Greg Scott, colored by Kelly Fitzpatrick and lettered by Rachel Deering.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Review - Hellchild: The Unholy #1 (@Zenescope)

"Judas wasn't all bad."

Being the child of a good is one thing. Being the child of a god who's killed and then brought back with some vampire in you is something else entirely. In Hellchild: The Unholy #1 from Zenescope, Angelica Blackstone gets to be all of the above and then some. The issue is written by Pat Shand, illustrated by Renzo Rodriguez, colored by Walter Baiamonte and lettered by Ryan Ferrier.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Review - Bloodshot U.S.A. #1 (@ValiantComics)

"...I think we can replicate what happened in Colorado and make our own Bloodshot virus."

Bloodshot is a hero whether he believes it or not. He was created as an experiment before going rogue in an effort to find out more about himself. Project Rising Spirit is far from the most philanthropic organizations and they believe that more experiments like Bloodshot are better than fewer. They take that to the extreme in Bloodshot U.S.A. #1 from Valiant Comics. The issue is written by Jeff Lemire, illustrated by Doug Braithwaite, colored by Brian Reber and lettered by Dave Lanphear.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Review - Wolfcop #1 (@DynamiteComics)


A full moon is a werewolf's worst nightmare. Not only does it thrust them into an unpredictable rage once a month, but it also means that you lose complete control and don't really have full control. Mix that in with being a cop like Wolfcop #1 from Dynamite Comics and you get a really intresting story. The issue is written by Max Marks and illustrated by Arcana Studios.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Review - Serenity: No Power in the 'Verse #1 (@DarkHorseComics)

"Not getting paid enough for this fei hua..."

Firefly is one of those properties that developed a cult following because people weren't overexposed to it. Since it went off the air over a decade ago, the series has really lived on in the comics. The latest comic to carry the torch for the series is Serenity: No Power in the 'Verse #1 from Dark Horse Comics. The issue is written by Chris Roberson, penciled by Georges Jeanty, inked by Karl Story, colored by Wes Dzioba and lettered by Michael Heisler.

Monday, October 24, 2016

Review - The Skeptics #1 (@blackmaskstudio)

"This way, into the lab, won't you?"

The saying goes that perception is reality in that if people believe something to be true then that's the reality for them. It's something that works in all walks of life, from marketing to politics. It hasn't really been tested in the superhero realm that much though--until The Skeptics #1 from Black Mask Studio. The issue is written by Tini Howard, illustrated by Devaki Neogi, colored by Jen Hickman and lettered by Aditya Bidikar.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Review - Gears of War 4 (@CoalitionGears)

It's been a minute since players have had the opportunity to shudder at the sound of "Boom" as an alien bellows it followed by a grenade launched in your direction. Gears of War Judgment was the last iteration of the series and wasn't as well-received as the previous three entries into the series. Since that game's release, Microsoft bought the IP and handed the reins over to The Coalition and their hard work has just seen release in Gears of War 4.

Omnicomic reviewed Gears of War 4 via a review code provided by Microsoft Studios.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Review - The October Faction: Deadly Season #1 (@IDWPublishing)

Family is family. Sticking together is immensely important and requires members of a family to protect and support one another. That's especially true when faced with the undead in The October Faction: Deadly Season #1 from IDW Publishing. The issue is written by Steve Niles, illustrated by Damien Worm, color assists by Alyzia Zherno and lettered by Shawn Lee.

Review - Kiss #1 (@DynamiteComics)

"A world without heroes is like a world without sun."

Kiss is one of the most recognized bands in the world. Their discography and larger than life personas have made them cultural icons whose reputation is second to none. Dynamite Comics wants to bring more fans into the fold with Kiss #1. The issue is written by Amy Chu, illustrated by Kewber Baal, colored by Schumerys Baal and lettered by Troy Peteri.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Review - Villain #1

"Them superheroes always make me nervous."

In a world of superheroes and powers, it's only natural that those without would feel nervous. It's often likely that those powers are never used on innocents, but when they are things go bad really quickly. For a former villain like Gil Grimes in Villain #1 from Evoluzione Publishing, things are probably going to get a lot worse. The issue is written by Joshua Metzger, illustrated by Grzegorz Pawlak, colored by Ryan Burt and lettered by E.T. Dollman.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Review - Echoes TPB (@DarkHorseComics)

"This will be the last time..."

If we ever figure out time travel, there will be lots of destinations and eras people would visit. The reasons for those visits would be many, but you can be sure that things will get crazy sooner than later. In Echoes TPB from Dark Horse Comics, things are definitely getting intense. The issue is written by Mike Richardson, illustrated by Gabriel Guzmán, colored by Java Tartaglia and lettered by Nate Piekos.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Review - Pathfinder: Worldscape #1 (@DynamiteComics)

"Time for answers. Where am I? What have you people done with my friends?"

There are plenty of fantasy worlds out there to explore. The important thing is to remember to explore them with people you can trust and know will help out you in a tough situation. If those people are taken away from you and you have seek them out (as in Pathfinder: Worldscape #1 from Dynamite Comics), then just make sure you're good with a sword. The issue is written by Erik Mona, illustrated by Jonathan Lau, colored by Omi Remalante and lettered by Simon Bowland.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Review - James Bond Hammerhead #1 (@DynamiteComics)

"Inefficient 007, inadequate."

James Bond is a legend in both literature and film. The concept of the character is pretty ingenious, glamorizing the otherwise mundane life affiliated with intelligence gathering. Dynamite Comics thinks the character is very complex and offers a new version of him in James Bond Hammerhead #1. The issue is written by Andy Diggle, illustrated by Luca Casalanguida, colored by Chris Blythe and lettered by Simon Bowland.