A Hero Reborn (Future Quest Presents: Space Ghost #1 Comic Review)

Future Quest Presents: Space Ghost Written by: Jeff Parker Pencils by: Ariel Oviletti Colors by: Ariel Oviletti     What You Need to Know: I guess if there is anything that you should or that you have to know is the fact that this takes Read More …

The Harley Primary! (Harley Quinn #30 Comic Review)

Harley Quinn #30-Vote Harley Part 3   Writers: Amanda Conner & Jim Palmiotti Artist: John Timms Colors: Jeremiah Skipper Letters: Dave Sharpe Cover: Amanda Conner & Alex Sinclair Variant Cover: Frank Cho & Sabine Rich Synopsis: This is the 3rd part of the Vote Harley Read More …

Of Blood, Mistrust, and Seawater (Wonder Woman Conan #2 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman Conan #2   Writer: Gail Simone Pencilled: Aaron Lopresti Inked: Matt Ryan Cover: Darick Roberison with Tony Avina (Variant cover: Aaron Lopresti)   Story so Far: A man owed Conan a large sum after his life was graciously, and bloodily saved. Conan took Read More …

It’s Always The Quiet Ones (Ash vs. Army of Darkness #4 Comic Review)

Ash vs Army of Darkness #4   Written By: Chris Sims & Chad Bowers Art By: Mauro Vargas & Sam Lofti Color By: Triona Farrell Letters By: Tom Napolitano Covers By: Brent Schoonover, Mauro Vargas, & Pasquale Qualano Edited By: Anthony Marques Synopsis: So it’s Read More …

We need Megazord Power! (Go Go Power Rangers #4 Comic Review)

Go Go Power Rangers #4 Written by Ryan Parrott Colored By Raul Angulo Illustratrated By: Dan Mora Lettered by Ed Dukeshire What you need to know: During a devastating attack the Power Rangers found themselves separated, Kimberly and her boyfriend were on the run but Read More …

Swim, Batwoman. Swim. (Batman: The Drowned #1 Comic Review)

Batman: The Drowned #1   Writer: Dan Abnett Artists: Phillip Tan and Tyler Kirkham Colors: Dean White and Arif Prianto Letters: Tom Napolitano Cover: Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson Last time: The Dark Knights have arrived, a team of twisted Bruce Waynes from atop Challengers Read More …

“She has accepted.” (Batman #33 Comic Review)

Batman #33: The Rules of Engagement Part 1! Writer: Tom King Pencils/Inks/Cover: Joëlle Jones Cover/Interior: Jordie Bellaire   After his proposal to Catwoman, Batman and Catwoman leave Gotham to take care of something that Batman feels he has to do to finally redeem himself.  He Read More …

“Welcome to Apokolips, hope you survive the experience!” (Superman #33 Comic Review)

Superman #33 Written by Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Pencils by Doug Mahnke Inks by Jaime Mendoza Colors by Wil Quintana Cover by Ryan Sook Previously: In the page of Darkseid War, Lex Luthor defeated Darkseid and gained a Lexbox, a modified motherbox that Read More …

I always feel like somebody’s watching me (Rugrats #1 Comic Review)

Rugrats #1   Written By: Box Brown Illustrated By: Lisa Dubois Colored By: Eleonora Bruni Letters By: Jim Campbell   Let’s rewind the clock to 1991, where one of Nickelodeon’s greatest animated shows enticed us all with a simply concept. The imagination of a baby. Read More …

Shoot The Breeze Comics Exclusive: Interview with Falcon’s Rodney Barnes

  Sam Wilson has taken on many adventures in his time, from being a partner to the United States hero, Captain America, to becoming an Avengers alongside him, working alongside groups such as Heroes for hire and S.H.I.E.L.D, to then becoming the bearer of the Read More …