Comic Book Reviews.

Shirtless Bear Fighter #5 Review

In case you didn’t catch the pattern I was going for I really hope these characters come back but in the mean time take a break from superheroes and what not and enjoy this fine piece of its so ridiculous it’s good fun.

Action Comics #986 Review

What is this all about? In this issue, Superman and Lex Luthor continue their battle with the Machinist. Lex demonstrates the full power of his suit and reveals his true feelings toward Superman. Superman overcomes...

Kamandi Challenge #3 Review

Ah, another month and another issue of Kamandi Challenge. So far this has been a wild ride for Kamandi, from one crazy kingdom to another in this new world. The last issue we ended...

Flavor 1/2 Combo Review

Writer: Joseph Keatinge Artist: Wook Jin Clark Colorist: Tamra Bonvillain Letterer: Ariana Maher Xoo and her faithful dog Buster are attempting to become chefs in a world where they are revered like sports stars and cooking is life....

Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #1 Review

Black Lightning Cold Dead Hands #1 is a must buy.  The writing is stellar because it introduces Black Lightning while telling a new story, and the dialogue is just a joy throughout the issue. 

Postal #23 Review

This issue may have been light on action, but it was definitely essential because it lets the reader knows more about Mark, Issac, Chris, and Laura. If you are not reading Postal, please do yourself a favor and pick it up immediately. I have been reading since issue #1 and have picked up every issue since.

Detective Comics #963 Review

Intro The last time we really got to see Spoiler, Christopher Sebela was teamed up on writing with James Tynion IV with Carmen Carnero on penciling (refer back to issue #957). Well, Spoiler...

Extremity #2 – PopnComics

Extremity is a comic about what lengths warring clans will go to in order to exact revenge. With Extremity #1 showing the back story of this revenge, with Thea taking her first step to...

Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #2 Review

Writer: Erik Burnham Artist: Dan Schoening Colorist: Luis Antonio Delgado Letterer: Neil Uyetake This issue picks up right where the first one ended, and that’s when Ron Alexander and Jillian Holtzmann come together to build an interdimensional gateway....

Green Lanterns #32 Review

I totally love Sam Humphries’ work, and I am by no means taking a stab at him right now, this issue just felt very out of place next to the work we’ve seen thus far from him.

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