Do I consider myself to be a nerd? Nerd culture has drastically changed over the years and some even consider it to be the new “IT” trend to seem popular and what not. But what the fuck is a nerd? When I hear the word nerd I get a visual depiction of a “Steve Urkel” character. I’m talking full suspenders, high water denim jeans, collard … Continue reading Are You A Nerd??? + s/o to Young Luga
People always ask me what comics do I read since I am such a hard critic when it comes to this hobby. I thought I would share a list of the comics in my pull list that YOU should definitely be reading. DARK HORSE COMICS Black Hammer One of the next epics since the Watchmen was released. IDW PUBLISHING Yakuza Demon Killers Read it and … Continue reading What Comics Should You Be Reading?
Kill or Be Killed #5 Author: Ed Brubaker Art: Elizabeth Breitweiser and Sean Phillips Cover: Sean Phillips Release Date: January 18th 2017 After a LONG 2 month hiatus Kill or Be Killed is finally back! It was a long 2 months but after reading this chapter it was definitely worth the wait. It all starts off with Dylan talking to the viewers per usual and … Continue reading Kill or Be Killed #5 Review
All-Star Batman #6 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Jock and Matt Hollingsworth Published by DC Comics Okay so, Just because the first arc of All-Star Batman is over doesn’t mean the caped crusader gets to return to his familiar scenery of Gotham. Man we are Far from it, in fact – All-Star Batman #6 continues the trend of the dark knight traveling through unfamiliar … Continue reading ALL-STAR BATMAN #6 – “Ends of the Earth”
RELEASE DATE 1/4/2017 WRITER Mark Waid ART Mike del Mundo Alex Ross with the COVER ART VARIANT COVER (below) by Julian Totino Tedesco Okay, BOOM! The issues starts off with Nadia aka The Wasp carrying baby Kang through the timestream to get him back to the time he belongs. Nadia continues to fly through the timestream as history itself tries to knock her out … Continue reading Avengers #3 Review
RELEASE DATE 1/4/2017 WRITER Jason Aaron ART by Kim Jacinto and Olivier Coipel Matthew Wilson with the COLORS VARIANT COVER (below) by Ryan Sook I want to start this issue off by showing my appreciation for Jason Aaron’s Thor. I never was a fan of Thor at all until Metal Fingers told me to read Thor: God of Thunder. Since than, I have fell in love … Continue reading The Unworthy Thor #3 Review + Appreciation
Okay so yes I am late to the party. Last year, Geoff kicked off DC Rebirth with his one shot which included images from the famous Watchmen comics and hinted at Dr. Manhattan and the others making a return and actually being A PART of the DC Universe as godlike figures, which is crazy news. On January 1st, Geoff tweeted… which makes me wonder if … Continue reading Return of the Watchmen comics finally, truly, and hopefully here???
RELEASE DATE 1/4/2017 WRITER Brian K. Vaughan ART by Fiona Staples Well yes, that just escalated very quickly. If you can’t remember, the end of issue 40 ended with an approaching timesuck, which pretty much means no survival if you don’t leave in time. What’s a timesuck you ask? Imagine a black hole but as a large being? No not Galactus. More like this… Also, Sir Prince … Continue reading Saga #41 Review
RELEASE DATE 1/4/2017 Tom King with the SCRIPT Mitch Gerard with the PENCILS, INKS, and COLORS COVER by Stephanie Hans This issue was simply a beautiful creation and showed the caped crusader go toe to toe with his true inner demons. From the dialogue that set the tone for the story, Rooftops Part 1 is definitely one of the best Batman issues written by Tom King so far. … Continue reading Batman #14 Appreciation
ALL-STAR BATMAN #5 Written by Scott Snyder Art by John Romita, Jr., Danny Miki, Dean White, Steve Wands, Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 29, 2016 It’s not often we see Batman out of his element. Scott Synder and John Romita Jr. have put Batman on the ultimate road trip with Two-Face. Determined to complete his mission in taking Harvey Dent … Continue reading All-Star Batman #5 Review – Road trip comes to a End