The Punisher #1.NOW or whatever.

The Punisher #1 review The Punisher is back! Well at least back to an ongoing series. So it isn’t exactly The Punisher #1.NOW, but I didn’t know how to put it. The Punisher #1 of 2014 just sounds to generic. If I had a dollar for every Punisher #1 I’ve read I’d have like… okay, […]

Legenderry. A Steampunk Adventure

Before I jump into why you would want to read Legenderry: A Steampunk Adventure, let me just state that this book is very, very steampunk. Very steampunk, almost Legen…wait for it…Derry. You had to know that was coming. Ok, back to the review at hand, I don’t like steampunk. I actually think it’s pretty dumb, […]

Swashbuckling Nightcrawler in Amazing X-Men!

I’m not spoiling anything for you here, Nightcrawler is still dead, and by the wraparound cover you can see he’s clearly swashbuckling. Amazing X-Men has its first five part series starring everyone’s favorite blue teleporting demon guy, Nightcrawler. I know he’s been my favorite blue teleporting demon guy since the X-Men Arcade game. How could […]

Damian Son of Meh.

Damian Son of Batman #1 of 4 Review It was inevitable, the death that shocked the DC universe couldn’t last longer than half a year. All be it this is a mini series, set in whatever timeline it wants to be in, the fact that DC couldn’t help themselves from cashing in on Damian’s death […]

Brubaker’s espionage thriller Velvet #1 Review. Behind the desk no more

Velvet #1 Review Spy books are difficult to pull off. I only say this because I can’t think of any off the top of my head besides Mark Millar’s Secret Service, which I did thoroughly enjoy. But if anyone has a handle of this tricky genre, it would be none other than the noir master […]

Las Vegas Comic Expo Photos

The 2013 Las Vegas Comic Expo at Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Good day everyone! The Dork Knight is here to share with you some of the photos from this past weekend’s Las Vegas Comic Expo, a popular art themed convention that focuses on Comic Books, Sci-Fi, Anime, and everything in between. Be on the […]

Superheroes Missing From Forever Evil

Forever Evil #1 What is evil? What is ultimately good? Can there be absolute evil without good? These were all questions that ran through my head as I read through the pages of DC Comics new Forever Evil book from Geoff Johns. Divulging too much into the stories plot would reveal huge spoilers, so just […]

The Marvel Infinity Event is Here

Infinity Review Part One of Six The massive event I think every Marvel fan has been waiting for is finally here, and it’s a doozy. So giant that it encompasses essentially the entire Marvel galaxies. Nothing is safe, nothing is sacred, and Thanos has big plans for Earth’s mighty Avengers. Let’s just start and point […]

Batman/Superman in Crossworld

Batman/Superman #1 Review “Crossworld” Wow, two good Superman books this month? Hot on the heals of Superman Unchained, another Superman book lands, this time with everyone’s favorite bat character. DC must really be tired of tossing out small books that no one wants to read and throwing in the heavy hitters that everyone cares about. This […]

The Unsettling State of Jupiter’s Legacy

Jupiter’s Legacy #1 Review In the wake of the great depression, a group of friends under the direction of Sheldon Sampson sail to an uncharted island where they mysteriously gain super powers. Their super hero bloodline continues through generations, but some believe, just because one’s born with powers, does not obligate one to use them. […]

Morbius Midnight Son

Morbius #1 Review “Midnight Son” So… Marvel NOW! and it’s infinite wisdom gave the living vampire, Morbius his own book, despite how you feel about it. And despite the preview in The Amazing Spider-Man #699.1, they decided to recap his sob story again in this issue. Morbius leaves his superhero filled city in search of […]

Django Unchained from Vertigo.

Django Unchained #1 Review Quentin Tarantino’s Django film doesn’t actually come out until this Christmas, but for the comic book masses and those who want to intake everything Tarantino, Christmas has come early. Django Unchained #1 from Vertigo Comics hit store shelves today, and according to the foreword from Tarantino himself, this comic is the […]