Reborn #1 Review The much anticipated Mark Millar and Greg Capullo's Reborn #1 from Image Comics is finally here, and I'm here to give you its review. Those of you who actually read my reviews will know my bias towards Mark Millar. I don't think I have a personal or deeper connection to his writing, he just happens to write a ton of shit that I thinks "the bomb" as my 90's … [Read more...]
Snotgirl #1. Fashion. Blogging. Anxiety.
Snotgirl #1 Review It's safe to say there's been some hype behind Image Comics Snotgirl #1. Bryan Lee O'Malley and Leslie Hung have created stylized book for the new ages. I only say that because I'm quickly becoming old, to millennials, probably. My great intro already introduced you to Snotgirl #1 and my skills in word play gave you a few clues as to just what Snotgirl is … [Read more...]
Snow Fall #1. Weather as a Weapon
Snow Fall #1 Review The year is 2045 and it no longer snows. In humanity's drive to save itself and the planet from climate change, its race to use untested technology proved disastrous. Now earth has no seasons. The United States divided but survives held together on a whim as the "Cooperative States of America" under the obviously corrupted and powerful Hazeltyne … [Read more...]
Limbo #1. Dead Hand Jams.
Limbo # Review I've been meaning to do a review of Limbo #1 from Image Comics for Cosmic Comics! since the first time I laid eyes on it. Limbo #1 has one of those covers that just pops, it speaks to me, neon pastels with a mix of old school, teasing nostalgia with it's vomiting mix tape. Limbo #1 is a noir private detective tale with a mix of science fiction. Think Fatale … [Read more...]
Huck #1. Hometown Hero.
Huck #1 review Mark Millar brings the classic hero tale to Image Comics in Huck #1. It's beginning to get to the point where we just wonder if Mark Millar is capable of writing anything that isn't good. He has such an uncanny talent of making old stories new and original ideas great. To think of it, there isn't a book of Millar's that comes to mind that I didn't enjoy to some … [Read more...]
Black Magick #1. Portsmouth Witch Hunt
Black Magick #1 Review Phew, it's been a while since I've reviewed a new Image Comics book hasn't it, but I assure you it's been worth the wait. Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott bring you a detective book that dives into the macabre world of the occult. Black Magick #1 follows Rowan Black, a homicide detective of the Portsmouth PD and *spoiler* witch, but her secret may soon be … [Read more...]
Paper Girls #1. Right Route. Wrong Time.
Paper Girls #1 review ***DO NOT MISS PAPER GIRLS #1!*** I put that right there at the time of this here review. In a week with giant releases, Brian K. Vaughan has managed to take his independent Image book right to the top. That's saying a lot, especially when Paper Girls was going up against Wolverine and Brian Michael Bendis in Old Man Logan. Old Man Logan is one of the … [Read more...]