Publisher: IDW Writer: Beau Smith Art: Lora Innes Colours: Jay Fotos Letterer:Robbie Robbins Wynonna Earp was a cliched 90’s comic series that epitomised the decades perception of the Action Girl trope. Scantly clad in… Read more »
’68 Last Rites marks the end of the whole ’68 Zombies universe – and what a way to conclude this huge storyline!
In ’68 Last Rites, President Nixon is killed by a sniper while the survivors watch a film that explains the reason why the whole zombie apocalypse started.
The Disciples #2 is a great addition to the series, promising so much more than you can see, yet still teasing you with some wonderful moments in itself.
Onyx #1 starts with the reporting of a missing IGDC team and the arrival of something crashing in from space. At first reading, it seems like a meteor impact, or is it?
Zombies Vs Robots #6 Steve Niles (W) Val Mayerik (A) Jay Fotos (C) Inherit the Earth: The surviving astronauts fought their way free from mermen’s undersea base, only to find… Read more »
To be honest, they could have done a comic about psychotic killer bunny rabbits, and I would have still loved it. But The Disciples #1 isn’t about psychotic killer bunnies (Don’t steal my idea guys!).
The story flits seamlessly from the past to the present, without confusing the reader, using flashbacks that don’t clog the story but expand upon it with much needed clarity.
Jungle Jim is a loner and a killing machine but, after failing to rescue some Peace Corps members, something happens that may make him change his ways.
Cambodia, 1968: CIA Agent Rule is looking for the man who maybe made his son a zombie – and zombies are also invading the USA. Welcome to Rule of War.