Color me excited. While we are at it, color me some Usagi Yojimbo. In fact, have Stan Sakai’s 30+ year collaborator on Groo the Wanderer, Tom Luth, color it. Now we are ready for the next stage of Usagi Yojimbo’s lengthy existence. The IDW era of Usagi is probably going to be most notable for a few things. First, it will be the first time Usagi will regularly run in color, rather than simple line art. Further, it brings Usagi into the same publisher as his friends, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. That may or may not result in more crossover stories, but it will make Usagi’s regularly requested appearances in TMNT games, much easier. (Seriously, he won a poll to became a Kickstarter character for TMNT Munchkin on a write-in vote...Read More
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Stop what you are doing. We have a contender for the illustrious and highly sought-after status of must-have!Read More
Written by: Ryan Parrott
Illustrated by: Eleonora Carlini & Francesco Martarino
Colors by: Raul Angulo & Katherine Lobo
Letters by: Ed Dukeshire
Synopsis: The epic conclusion as The Power Rangers face off against Alpha 1 and the reveal of Rita’s true plan; a familiar newcomer whose arrival in Angel Grove will change everything.
So the story here is apparently a conclusion to a previous storyline. The reader is thrown into the middle of a large battle. The story is easy to follow but kind of goes off into random directions after the battle is over, to me personally it sort of feels like they just jammed two separate stories into one book.
The artwork I really love. Its super fun and vibrant. The character designs are cartoony as well as a bit of manga style squeezed in.
I wish the story ...Read More
In the tradition of Dragonball.Read More
Fathom begins volume 8. Is it full of swimsuit art every issue? Is there water in the ocean? What brand of designer shorts are those?Read More