entertaining stuff that reads like a Dear Deirdre column but with a lot more cussing
Xena and Gabrielle try to adapt to a world that they left 25 years ago, new enemies have risen and just who are the Harpies?
A Train Called Love is one rude book but at the same time he (Ennis) keeps it grounded
‘A Train Called Love #2’ finds Ennis flexing his authorial muscles and weaving together a comedy of errors that might just be his best work in years.
‘A Train Called Love #1′ kicks off Garth Ennis’ labyrinthine love story with a bang, but can the comic keep it up over the coming issues?
This first issue brings us back to the Voltron universe with a bang, kicking off with a huge battle involving the original crew
Cody is often quite hard to root for as he is quite an insensitive and selfish character, actually most of the cast are quite ugly people
steeping this cruel world in reality, the emotions of the characters as they search their souls for an answer shown on every page
Our heroes assemble for a climactic battle against the enemy army, in this somewhat underwhelming finale.
Caught between a rock and a hard place, Cody Pomeray tries to be more than an ex-con.