Comic Review: The Goddamned

The Goddamned Writer(s):  Jason Aaron Artist(s): R.M.Guéra  US Publisher:  Image Comics ++++++++++++++++++++++++   My favorite publisher in the whole wide world (Hyperbole, but you get the idea), has done it again. And what a great way of getting back on the saddle of writing a comic review than with this great amazing title. The team…

Comic Review: Taking up Savage Dragon

So I recently took up again Savage Dragon from Erik Larsen when an acquaintance told me that now (SPOILER ALERT) the dragon is the original dragon’s kid. I scratched my chin and though “I didn’t expect this from Erik Larson” I’ve met Erik in a few cons, and I always introduced myself as a lukewarm fan,…

Comic Review: Rumble

Rumble Writer: John Arcudi Artist: James Harren Publisher: Image Comics This series started being published towards the end of 2012.

Comic Review: Evil Empire. Making us wish evil was truly this cheesy…

Evil Empire Writer(s):  Max Bemis Artist(s): Ransom Getty  US Publisher:  Boom Studios ++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Plot: A country is about to become an evil empire, so the authors want to show you how it happened (I think. I am in issue 3 and still not too clear on this one…)

Comic Review: Five Ghosts

Five Ghosts Writer(s): FRANK J. BARBIERE Artist(s): CHRIS MOONEYHAM US Publisher:  Image Synopsis: A tale of a treasure hunter who hosts 5 different spirits (Ghosts) all with different skill sets.  Told in a good old fashion pulp style. The Review: I hate it when I arrive late to a party, and even hate it more when I discover a…

What am I reading now? First May 2012

I thought to myself, lets add some graphics, like thumbs up and “Mehs”. Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep? # 23 Awesome! Try adapting a thick, deep book, cutting edge science fiction, and put it in comic book format. And try to adapt it in its totality! Well, in my humble opinion, they pull it…

The Last Phantom. That is some good jungle Mojo!!

The Last Phantom Writer(s): SCOTT BEATTY Artist(s): EDUARDO FERIGATO US Publisher:  Dynamite Synopsis: Modernizing the myth of the “Ghost who still walks”, Dynamite lunches an updated vision on the myth created by Lee Falk.