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 In Revolution #3 the starting guns have been truly fired. With The Micronauts transporting over to our universe to save their […]
Why are there so many film remakes? Ghostbusters, Pete’s Dragon and The Magnificent Seven are three different films from different eras but all merited remakes this year. The common thread is that the people who watched the original titles growing up, now have their own money and are choosing what movie they pay to see. […]
Bebop and Rocksteady have met up with their former selves from the year 2000 and they’re beginning to realise how difficult they are to hang around with. Traveling through time and space with their former selves is proving quite the challenge for the duo.
Renato Jones is a mad, fun and painful ride through the extremes of vengeance and capitalism- offering fast paced action and food for thought
Ending its first arc with issue 6, we will not be seeing Huck until next year, or so says Mark Millar. With the series’s 5th issue delivering an amazing action-packed final battle for our hero, now we see the loose ends get mended and this incredible story come to a very satisfying conclusion.
With its emphasis on dialogue and background explanation, Rat Queens #14 may feel slow compared to the frantic pace of previous, action heavy outings, even if laying the ground work is important for story development; but as always, the characters are so amiable and rich that even a slower issue fails to make Rat Queens any less enjoyable read.
If you’ve ever complained about modern anime being nothing but ‘cute girls doing cute things’, Gangsta is the show for you.
In this arc Honor is looking for her missing uncle on a pleasure station filled with, and I kid you not, genetically engineered sex slaves.
So the story of issue 12 plays out in a rather logical turn of events: Marcus turns up with head of decapitated son, Father is a bit miffed, face painted brother riding a motorbike and carrying a knife throwing maniac give chase and violence ensues. This is all very Deadly Class.
Another month passes and with Rumble #4 the plot begins to thicken once again, as new secrets are revealed and hilarity ensues. For those of you still on the catch up, have no fear as the pacing and content within this issue still puts forward the series main story and character relationships however you will not be privy to a few back-stories and exchanges contained in the previous three issues of Rumble.