Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #114 Review – As the Hour grows Darkest, the only hope for curing the grid… and saving the Power Rangers from extinction… is connecting to the very heart of the Morphin Grid!!
But even though the Power Rangers are joined by the HyperForce Rangers and another unexpected ally, Dark Specter turns his attention to Tommy after doing the unthinkable to the White Ranger’s friends… Continue reading Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #114 Review
Firefly: The Fall Guys #3 Review – With an energy field securing the entire town, the crew of the Serenity will have a hell of a time escaping the feds.
The locals are divided on whose side they’ve chosen, which makes matters even worse as a member of the crew has left the others behind! Continue reading Firefly: The Fall Guys #3 Review
The Space Between #1 Review – Aboard the interstellar ark known as the Dodona, the populations of workers live in strictly separated social castes during the journey that will take multiple generations to complete.
But everything changes when a pilot from the upper tier named Revla falls to the lower levels and meets Les, and they must risk everything for not just themselves, but all aboard the Dodona!
Each issue in the limited series features a new pair of protagonists and a new generation of humanity in a sci-fi epic of love, survival, and liberation from Hugo and Eisner Award-nominated and New York Times bestselling writer Corinna Bechko (The Expanse, Green Lantern: Earth One) and acclaimed comics artist Danny Luckert (Ghostlore, The Red Mother). Continue reading The Space Between #1 Review
Rare Flavours #2 Review – The next masterpiece from Ram V and Filipe Andrade (The Many Deaths of Laila Starr) continues as Rubin and Mo journey deep into the scorching Rajasthan desert in search of a mythical pepper, but supernatural detectives Dilshan & Dilkush are hot on their trail!
Meanwhile, their driver, Manish, takes them on a historical journey concerning those who ferry the peppers through the fiery landscape. Continue reading Rare Flavours #2 Review
Sirens of the City #4 Review – After Layla’s supernatural showdown with Rome, someone follows Davi to Diane’s apartment… And after a series of unexpected connections and encounters, a necklace with special qualities comes into play-something that’s key to all the events surrounding Layla and why she’s hunted… Continue reading Sirens of the City #4 Review
Firefly: The Fall Guys #2 Review – With an assassination attempt pushing the feds to extreme measures, the Serenity crew is in dire straits!
Burdened by an unbelievably high bounty, Kaylee and the crew do their best to hide… but the feds are always one step ahead… Continue reading Firefly: The Fall Guys #2 Review
Rare Flavours #1 Review – Discover the tantalizing tale of Rubin Baksh, a demonic Rakshasa with a down-to-earth dream of becoming the next Anthony Bourdain.
To achieve his vision, Rubin enlists Mo, a filmmaker who has seen better days, to document the world-renowned cuisine of India and the people behind such glorious food.
But little does Mo know that there’s more to Rubin than meets the eye, and the mortals play a darker role in the show than they were prepared for…
Entice your palate with the follow up offering from the Eisner, Harvey, and Ringo Award-nominated team of Ram V (Detective Comics, Blue In Green) and Filipe Andrade (Fantastic Four, Star) in this series painstakingly prepared for fans of Anthony Bourdain’s Hungry Ghosts and Eat The Rich! Continue reading Rare Flavours #1 Review
Mech Cadets #2 Review – The cadets don’t know what’s in store for them when they discover a Sharg prison! But solemnity strikes as the battles rage and our heroes and even their Robos have tragedy in store.
And as all feels hopeless, Hero Force Two comes under attack, and an unexpected ally will make the ultimate sacrifice for the greater good… Continue reading Mech Cadets #2 Review
Firefly: The Fall Guys #1 Review – The crew is broke and out of luck, and will have to deal with some less-than-trustworthy associates if the Serenity is going to keep flying.?
What seems like an easy job in town for half the crew, is primed to turn sideways with feds, uneasy locals, and a high profile politician in the mix…
Superstar Marvel and DC writer Sam Humphries (Star-Lord: The Saga of Peter Quill, Harley Quinn) teams up with fan-favorite artist Jordi Pérez (How I Became a Shoplifter) to bring Firefly fans a new limited series filled with assassins and organized crime! Continue reading Firefly: The Fall Guys #1 Review
Mech Cadets #1 Review – Fans of the highly anticipated Netflix series won’t want to miss this perfect companion series by highly acclaimed writer Greg Pak (Star Wars: Darth Vader), superstar artist Takeshi Miyazawa (She-Hulk), and colorist Ian Herring (Spider-Man / Deadpool).
General Park-head of Sky Corps Academy-must assemble a team of heroes to protect humankind from alien invasions, and Stanford Yu, Maya Sanchez, Frank Olivetti, and Park’s own daughter Olivia may have been pulled into the role by fate… as they are Earth’s best hope.
But there is more to their relationships with the symbiotic, sentient giant Robos they pilot… and the alien threat of The Sharg is far more epic and widespread than any could imagine!
While Mech Cadets makes a fresh debut for new readers and viewers, long-time fans can delight in having more adventures after the long awaited collection of Mech Cadets Book One! Continue reading Mech Cadets #1 Review
Dune: House Harkonnen #7 Review – The hit prequel comics adaptation from legendary authors Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson continues! Suffering from heartbreak, Liet leaves Arrakis on the first step to a fateful encounter, and a tormented Gurney Halleck falls in with smugglers on Geidi Prime. Meanwhile Duncan’s training continues, along with the crackdowns on the Ixian rebellion, and Leto and Kailea’s relationship takes a tense turn. Continue reading Dune: House Harkonnen #7 Review
In this epic post-apocalyptic tale, Maceo and Mezzy have never met anyone like each other, and they’ll need all the help they can get to survive a planet ravaged by environmental catastrophe. This epic trilogy-each issue overflowing with 30 story pages-spans a lifetime as philosophical differences tear at the threads holding Maceo and Mezzy together. Continue reading Once Upon a Time at the End of the World #1 Review
Alice Ever After #1 Review – Alice of “Alice in Wonderland”, now in her early 20’s, lives a seedy life of stealing and drug addiction in Alice Ever After #1. Set in the apex of the Victorian era, Alice struggles to live life on her terms within the constraints of Victorian society, periodically “escaping” to Wonderland for solace. How can Alice survive when the real world has become more twisted and insane than Wonderland? Continue reading Alice Ever After #1 Review