We start off the 80s with some absolute belters. Let’s have a peek at the best.
Author: Garth Ennis Illustrator: Mark Dos Santos Colours: Salvatore Aiala Studios Letters: Rob Steen Cover Art: Russ Braun Cover Colours: Andrew Elder Publisher: Dynamite A Train Called Love #4 is a fly-by glimpse into the lives of (seemingly) different groups of people, all grappling with the complexities of getting involved with other people. Being a […]
Review: Alex + Ada Issue #15; Publisher – Image Comics; Story – Jonathan Luna & Sarah Vaughn; Script – Sarah Vaughn, Art, Cover, Lettering – Jonathan Luna.
While Copperhead Sheriff Clara Bronson goes on a date, Deputy Budroxifinicus falls in a trap. Meanwhile, a mysterious prisoner seems ready to speak.
Review: Alex + Ada Issue #14; Publisher – Image Comics; Story – Jonathan Luna & Sarah Vaughn; Script – Sarah Vaughn, Art, Cover, Lettering – Jonathan Luna.
Suzie & Jon find themselves on the run from the Sex Police, emotionally broken and in desperate need of all the support they can get before they can begin to fight back.
Suzie & Jon go on a break as they each begin to push through their problems, though this would be easier without Robert Rainbow showing up…
Let’s be honest with ourselves for a moment. For most of us, discovering that we have super-powers would inevitably lead to two questions; “How can I use this power to get laid?” and “How can I use this power to get rich?”. For our Sex Criminals Suzie and Jon, who both discovered that each of them can stop time when they orgasm, only the latter question requires an answer.