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REVIEW: The Rush #5 by Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden

If the entirety of The Rush could be summed up in two words, I think that “poor Nettie” would be most succinct. More than it has been a story of madness and greed and...

REVIEW: Elric: The Dreaming City by Michael Moorcock, Julien Blandel, Jean-Luc Cano, and Julien Telo

Elric. The White Wolf. The doomed emperor of Melnibone. He was probably the first real hero I had when I was a kid, and mostly it had to do with the fact that he...

REVIEW: The Rush #4 by Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden

The Rush, written by Simon Spurrier and drawn by Nathan Gooden, can for the most part best be described as a low, seething burn. At least the first few issues can, because once we...

REVIEW: Red Sonja by Gail Simone

Red Sonja is one of the archetypical fantasy characters and a fountain for which hundreds of copycats have been created. She’s also a character younger than most people realize as it was not Robert...

REVIEW: Horizon: Zero Dawn – Liberation

Horizon: Zero Dawn – Liberation from Titan Comics, written by Anne Toole and drawn by Elmer Tamaso, is an exciting slice of science fantasy set in the world of the record breaking and award...

REVIEW: Rush #3 by Simon Spurrier

The tension gets seriously cranked up in The Rush #3 from Simon Spurrier and team. Things are going all kinds of crazy in the boomtown of Brokehoof for the intrepid Nettie as the search...

REVIEW: The Rush 2 by Simon Spurrier

The second issue of The Rush, by Simon Spurrier, picks up hot on the heels right where the first left off. Our protagonist, Nettie, the haunted and beleaguered mother of a missing child, finds...

REVIEW: Blade Runner 2019 Volume 2

Blade Runner 2019 Volume 2 is the second graphic novel in the Blade Runner graphic novel series released by Titan books. These serve as a prequel series to Blade Runner 2049 and follow a...

REVIEW: The Rush by Simon Spurrier

It’s not that there’s any particular lack of dark fantasy fiction in the comicsphere, but there is a decided lack of quality dark fantasy. That made it a no brainer when I heard about...

REVIEW: Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files Volume 2

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files Volume 2 is probably where I would recommend readers of the classic British comic book character should “start.” While the first volume has some good stories, I think...