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.
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Marvel’s Captain Marvel the official movie special, published by Titan… wait. Marvel doesn’t print these things?Read More
A Victorian duo takes to the streets of a Holmesian London to conform fantastic steampunk/diesel-punk mysteries—This is the world of the Newbury & Hobbes novels. Can George Mann write a comic in the tradition of Jago & Litefoot and pass muster? With the element of the science-fantastic added to the age, yes.Read More
Writer: Emma Vieceli
Artist: Claudia Leonardi
Colorist: Andrea Izzo
Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancourt
SYNOPSIS: Titan Comics 4 issue series Life Is Strange, is based on a popular video game. In which the main character Max, has some time bending abilities and because of this creates a giant hurricane that pretty much decimates her home town of Arcadia Bay. In this issue, a year has passed since the incident and the main character is faced with a decision to go back home and face the devastation she has caused.
STORY: This book is clearly for the fans of the video game series, personally I am not a gamer and have never played or even heard of this game. This book plus the first issue made me want to check out the game though...Read More
Written by Stephane Lapuss’
Art by Renaud Collin
THE DEAL: Don’t worry about spoilers this time, folks – I couldn’t ruin this plot if I wanted to. This series of single- and double-page shorts is exactly what you’d expect from the Minions: surprises, laughs, and the occasional awkward body humour.
THE GOOD: I’m going to be real honest, here. I hate the Minions. They’re the Pixar equivalent of Air Bud: mute, one-dimensional, and barely able to hold my attention.
But guys – I like this comic. The art has a sketch-like quality that I find endearing. The plots are tight and succinct. The punchlines are more hit than miss...Read More