Batman The Long Halloween Review

Batman The Long Halloween Review In a mere week people will be flocking to the theaters to see Christopher Nolan’s final Batman epic, The Dark Knight Rises. His influences have been blatantly stated in the 2006 print of The Long Halloween. In a conversation between Nolan and David S. Goyer in 2006 before the principal […]

The Walking Dead Volume 16 Review. A Larger World

The Walking Dead Volume 16 Review “A Larger World” Rick’s focus has changed. Carl’s incessant brushes with death have Rick searching for more than just survival, he wants to live. At the end of “We Find Ourselves” Rick and Andrea finally break the sexual tension that’s been buzzing around them like flies at a picnic. […]

The Pro Review. Try “The Pro” if You Like Hookers and Blow

The Pro Review The Pro, written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Amanda Conner was released as a trade back in 2004 and is now successfully into it’s sixth printing this year, thanks to it’s no holds bared parody of mainstream comic book heroes. The Pro, also known as Lunar Lass when collaborating with The […]

Marvel Zombies vs Army of Darkness Review

Marvel Zombies vs Army of Darkness Review “Talee-hoooe!” I’ve swung into another be-zonkers comic adventure! I just walked out of Cosmic Comics! and beat up some little kid named Caillou. His beating yielded a copy of the hardcover trade Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness, or as I like to call it “Bruce Campbell vs. Dead Pajama Homos.” […]

The Walking Dead Volume 15 Review

The Walking Dead Volume 15 Review The Walking Dead has never really been about zombies. Yes, zombies do roam the earth and yes, they do “feed”, but zombies cannot sustain a comic of this magnitude. Zombies are easy. Zombies are safe. Their basic life consist of infecting and feeding. It’s grotesque and macabre. The real […]