Devolution vol 1 starts with promise, but one-dimensional characters and too much exposition leave the story to be saved by its superb artwork.
Giving up on an intriguing premise too soon, the writers of Brickleberry #1 instead focus on telling jokes which simply aren’t worth the effort. The issue’s saving grace is its artwork.
Control #2 continues Diggle and Cruickshank’s unoriginal but increasingly intriguing crime procedural-cum-conspiracy thriller.
The first volume of Brandon Sanderson’s ‘White Sand’ introduces us to a wonderfully realised world….where a little too much relies on plot contrivance.
As with the previous titles, the art and story is spot on, Dresden’s home at Dynamite really fitting well with a confident art team
staying true to the classic serial crime thriller
Control #1 sees Andy Diggle returns with a D.C. crime series that’s slow-burning and full of promise.
As with previous Dresden Files comics the quality is of such a high standard but this new run just knocks it out of the park
entertaining stuff that reads like a Dear Deirdre column but with a lot more cussing
A Train Called Love is one rude book but at the same time he (Ennis) keeps it grounded