Category: Comic

Review: Skybourne #2

Created, Written and Illustrated by Frank Cho Coloured by Marcio Menyz Lettered by Ed Dukeshire Cover by Frank Cho and Marcio Menyz Designer: Scott Newman Associate Editor: Chris Rosa Editor: Eric Harburn When it comes to comic books the first thing any veteran collector looks for is a name. The artist and writer are two very important […]

Review: Power Rangers – Pink #4

Publisher: BOOM! Studios Story: Brendan Fletcher & Kelly Thompson Script: Tini Howard Illustrator: Danielle Di Nicuolo Colours: Sarah Stern It’s Thunderzord power time in Power Rangers: Pink #4 as Kimberly and Goldar have to work together in order to find a way to survive. While the two struggle to work together, Zack, Trini, Britt and […]

REVIEW: Revolution # 2

  Publisher: IDW Story: John Barber and Cullen Bunn Art : Fico Ossio Colors: Sebastion Cheng Letters: Tom B. Long Edited: David Hedgecock Editor – in – Chief: Chris Ryall Publisher: Ted Adams   Revolution brings together some of IDW’s biggest franchises such as Transformers and G.I. Joe. Placing them alongside lesser known titles such as […]

Review: Intertwined #1

Publisher: Dynamite Storytellers: Fabrice Sapolsky & Fred Pham Chuong Colour Artist: Veronica R. Lopez Earth. Fire. Wood. Water. Metal. By your powers combined I am the Wu Xing. These elements are the fundamentals that make up the natural world. The introduction tells us that the balance has been disturbed and the place where this started […]

Review: Assassin’s Creed – Locus

Publisher: Titan Comics Writer: Ian Edginton Artist: Caspar Wijngaard Colorist: Triona Farrell In a new Assassin’s Creed story we return to London in the late 19th century, A time fans of the series will be familiar with, having the same setting to the game Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate. Again it comes down to a battle of […]

Review: Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #7

Publisher: BOOM! Studios Writer: Kyle Higgins Illustrator: Hendry Preasetya Colours: Matt Herms  Just when things already seem to be at their darkest for the Power Rangers, it gets darker still. Their base destroyed, Alpha and Zordon along with it and now Billy, the Blue Ranger, has been taken hostage. If Alpha was able to react […]

Review: Superwoman #2

Publisher: DC Comics Story & Pencils: Phil Jimenez Inks: Matt Santorelli & Joe Prado Colours: Jeremy Cox Lana Lang, once a normal farm girl, now finds herself at death’s door – perhaps not her best outing as the new hero Superwoman. After being attacked by a strange, humanoid creature, one that easily disposed of Lois […]