Careening through the universe and all of time, the thirteenth Doctor lands on Earth again in a storybook surrounding that is nothing like it seems. Every shadow hides danger and gives way to absurd verbal tinkery.
Monthly Archives April 2019
WRITTEN BY: MAGDALENE VISAGGIO
ART BY: CLAUDIA AGUIRRE
LETTERS BY: ZAKK SAAM
SYNOPSIS: Morning in America follows the Sick Sisters, a group of friends and small-time delinquents who may be the only people standing between their suffocatingly small town and complete apocalyptic destruction. The Sisters know there’s something wrong in Tucker, Ohio — and they also know that the authorities aren’t doing anything about it. When the girls take the investigation into their own hands, they run into wild conspiracy theories, abandoned homes… and something that screeches in the night. At the end of the world, four girls with bikes and baseball bats are there to stand in the way. – COMIXOLOGY
THE STORY: This story is well written and I’m intrigued as a reader to see where the storyline goes, it is...Read More
Writer: Mark Russell
Artist: Stephen Byrne
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
The (mis)adventures of Zan and Jayna continue in Wonder Twins #3, and this series continues to be Wonder-ful (not even sorry about that pun.)
After a <quote> successful <unquote> first mission in issue #2, issue #3 gives us a perfect blend of action, character development, and plot development. Zan is pretty much just Zan, but Jayna meets a new friend who will probably destroy her in the school science fair, before having an alien heart to alien heart with Superman. There’s also a remarkable amount of backstory to Gleek, which is a pleasant surprise.
The League of Annoyance returns, and are out for retribution for their fallen associate, Drunkula (Sorry, Baron Nightsomethingorother)...Read More
Writer: Peter J. Tomasi
Penciler: Brad Walker
Inker: Andrew Hennessy
Colorist: Nathan Fairbairn
Letterer: Rob Leigh
I mentioned the finale of Detective Comics #1000, was little more than a teaser to bring casual readers back for issue #1001. Well, it must have worked, because here I am. Not exactly eager, but cautiously curious as only a long time non-Bat-reader can be.
The story opens with Commissioner Gordon making a phone call from a playground littered with hundreds of dead bats. The news doesn’t surprise Batman, as the same thing seems to have occurred in the Bat-Cave. Seeking help to find answers, he makes a visit to Francine Langstrom, scientist and wife of Kurt Langstrom, aka Man-Bat who has been away working with the Justice League (Dark)...Read More
A medieval kingdom in shambles. Its throne vacated through death and disappearance. Can those remaining reassemble the shattered pieces in time so they can fend off an impending attack from the forces of darkness?
Okay, where do I start on why I feel this campaign should be backed? It could be the art…which looks amazing. It could be the story concept which looks incredible. Heck, it could just be the amazing reward tiers. I mean, who doesn’t want their own mini gauntlet? I know I do. Like really bad. Guys, this is seriously, for real and serious one of those projects that you just do not want to miss out on. Head over to Kickstarter right now and get your pledge in before it’s too late.Read More