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Phoenix Reviews was a GdM reviewer between 2020-23 who loved graphic novels and comics. They have chosen to depart the internet in search of a happier life balance, and requested their profile be hidden.

REVIEW: The Lost War by Justin Lee Anderson

I have to be honest. When I first began The Lost War by Justin Lee Anderson, I almost immediately had a disconnect with it. Couldn’t get into it. Didn’t care about the setting, the...

February 2023 comics review

February didn’t have a whole lot of comics out, at least, my pile felt a little bit lighter than usual this month (somewhere my bank account breathes a sigh of relief), but what it...

REVIEW: Fire Warrior by Simon Spurrier

In the grim darkness of the far future there is only war. But there are more battlegrounds to wage war on than blasted planetscapes—hearts and minds are just as often at war. And wars...

Titan announces new Dead by Daylight series

More and more lately it seems like Titan is positioning themselves to absolutely corner the market on licensed comic book adaptations. They’ve done stellar work in the last couple years with movies, TV, and...

Cover for MOON KNIGHT #19 (Marvel)

January 2023 Comics Highlights

2023 came out swinging strong with January’s comic book offerings. The pile to pull from was mighty, with more outstanding books than was entirely necessary. It feels like every publisher has something to prove,...

REVIEW: Blade Runner 2039 #1 by Mike Johnson, Mellow Brown (W), Andres Guinaldo (A)

Following the stunning, action-packed run of Blade Runner 2029, we return to the seminal dystopian setting with Blade Runner 2039 and to be honest it feels like I never left—a lot of that thanks...

REVIEW: Blade Runner: 2029 by Mike Johnson (W), Andres Guinaldo (A)

The world of Blade Runner: 2049 is, in a word, bleak. Somewhere on the outermost edges of dystopia, the grim bordermarches of a not-too-distant future that straddles the razor’s edge of horrifying and mystifying....

REVIEW: Blade Runner: Origins

The 1982 Ridley Scott classic Blade Runner is a seminal piece of not just filmmaking but an integral block in the greater code that makes up modern science fiction’s DNA. The aesthetic, seamlessly blending...

OCTOBER 2022 COMIC BOOK ROUND UP!

It’s the most…spookiest time…of the year. I know that’s not how the song goes but I’ve never been a big Christmas guy, so I’ve got to make the best I can with what I...

Ghost Rider cover

September 2022 comic book round up!

September was a hell of a month for comics. Busy, totally packed with lots of amazing titles that really went straight for the heart. It was hard to narrow it down to just the...