Written by: Jonathan Hickman Illustrated by: Pepe Larraz [Spoiler Warning] Dang… I think this series got me hooked on X-men books now. Here’s a quick summary of the story: Moira Mactaggert is a mutant with the ability to be reincarnated. Throughout her first nine lives she discovers that humans could possibly create a mutant decimating
Writer: Jeph Loeb Illustrator: Tim Sale [Spoiler Warning] The Long Halloween is one of Batman’s most famous and important stories. Whether you notice it or not, you’ve been exposed to the Long Halloween’s influence, in one way or another. Without it, there wouldn’t be lines like, “I believe in Harvey Dent,” or the scene in
I typically try to avoid reviewing stories with Batman in them. Not because I hate the character – it’s actually the opposite. I skip over critiquing his books, because I know that I’ll constantly digress onto other Batman stories.
Story by: Howard Mackie
Art by: Adam Kubert
Take a shot every time you see the word vengeance in this review. (But really don’t. You’re liver will explode by the end.)
It’s interesting. Veronica in the comic is literally a blood sucking vampire, and yet this version is more likeable than the Veronica in the show.
Snow White was a vampire all along. Who knew?
I’m hyped for the upcoming crossover in the CW, so I’m gonna review the very book that inspired it in the first place: Crisis on Infinite Earths!
Alright, I want to start off by saying I enjoyed the book. It had time travel, evil clones, and plane-gulping dragons… but what the french-fried nutcracker does that have to do with selling newspapers?
Here’s an interesting equation: What do you get when you combine James Bond, Batman, and Sherlock Holmes into one character? A power-fantasy archetype that’s not very compelling.
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton