Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas #1 does just enough to be a worthwhille addition to the list of Thompson adaptations.
Fredrick is still not sure if he can help his friend Lucas, but will try anything, including taking him into the mystical realm.
the artwork is of an exceptional quality that really suits the offbeat nature of the subject
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 »
Publisher: IDW Writer: Chris Ryall Art: Tony Akins and Ilias Kyriazis Colours: Leonard O’Grady Letterer: Robbie Robbins and Shawn Lee Dirk Gently is the lesser known creation of writer Douglas Adams famous for the… Read more »
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.
Douglas Adams’, well renowned for the seminal Hitchhiker’s Guide series of novels, also put together a couple of novels for his character Dirk Gently – and his Holistic Detective Agency. While the Hitchhiker’s Guide has done many rounds in different media, poor Dirk has been somewhat overlooked and neglected.
The October Faction #6 is the latest issue of IDW’s dark and brooding story of an unusual family, written by the very talented Steve Niles. Niles, instantly transports us into his world of darkness in the vein of 30 Days of Night, but with a more human tale at the centre
The October Faction #6 is the latest issue of IDW’s dark and brooding story of
an unusual family, written by the very talented Steve Niles.
Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez masterfully bring Winsor McCay’s “Little Nemo” back to life.