Review: “Dark Corridors: The Complete Series” by Rich Tommaso

This is going to be probably the last review of the year. I wanted to first explained that I moved and didn’t have access to the internet for nearly three weeks. It was only do to a friend of mine kid that we were able to fix the issue. During that time, I play quite bit of video games and reconnected with the inner child. Ok, enough of that let get to the comic. I have pass by Dark Corridors a countless times, the cover inspire me to pick up several times, but one time or another I had something … Continue reading Review: “Dark Corridors: The Complete Series” by Rich Tommaso

Review: “Neonomicon” by Alan Moore

Love him or hate him, Alan Moore is one of the most influential comic book writers of the modern era, and in 2010 it came time for him to tackle (by which I mean explore and reinterpret the themes of) one of his favorite American authors, H.P. Lovecraft, who, love him or hate him, is one of the most influential Horror story authors of the twentieth century. The result is a terrifying murder mystery culminating in a survival horror story that is NOT for the faint of heart. STORY: FBI Agents Sax, Lamper, and Brears are enveloped by a mystery … Continue reading Review: “Neonomicon” by Alan Moore

Review: “Vision Vol. 1: Little Worse Than A Man” by Tom King

A friend of mine purchased this comic, and told me instantly should read it, for perhaps weeks I made excuses not to, after not big fan of the Vision and had lot more in my plate (Grant Morison Epic) and finally when one of our non-comic book reader friends, said you have to, I said alrighty I will, and drag my feet. Then read, and my gosh was I shock. First this not superhero book, this a book about drama and social life, with that said let get to business. STORY: After rebooting his system the Vision feels incline to … Continue reading Review: “Vision Vol. 1: Little Worse Than A Man” by Tom King

Review: “Dark Engine Vol 1: The Art of Destruction” by Ryan Burton

I knew nothing of this comic jumping into it, other than this had a fascinating looking cover and the name sounded interesting. I notice a growing trend with Image, well what can I say other than a company that produces a lot it own unique material. Sort like Vertigo.This particular volume collects issues 1-4 STORY: In far flung future society has crumble on the wake of deadly wave of spores produces by monsters, know as sporedevils and their leader simple refer to as Dragons. A last refuge of humans who live in a tower, create a synthetic human know as … Continue reading Review: “Dark Engine Vol 1: The Art of Destruction” by Ryan Burton

Review: “Batman: The Killing Joke” by Alan Moore

This review is dedicated to a friend of mine, John who through a Batman and Aquaman fan. STORY: A man without a name who does on his luck after his comedy acts has earn him no money, his pregnant wife demand he gets a real job, is approach by the Mob. Down on his luck he goes along with their plan becoming the Red Hood, but set tragic events has him jump into chemical pool to escape the Batman, one single bad day and this once family man has turn into the Joker. Meanwhile in the president the Joker, has … Continue reading Review: “Batman: The Killing Joke” by Alan Moore

Review: “The Green Hornet Vol. 1: Bully Pulpit” by Mark Waid

I hate to admit, I only heard of the Green Hornet, which is travesty, to have never actually seeing him in the show, or read about this great part of history. In order to rectify my issue I when ahead and bought this little gem. STORY: Green Hornet has slowly mascaraed and infiltrated the criminal underworld by playing the part of rogue crime lord. He watches with eyes as dirty cops, mob bosses take his city until he is ready to sting! But something is forming within the background, for during day the Green Hornet is Britt Reid, a young arrogant publisher … Continue reading Review: “The Green Hornet Vol. 1: Bully Pulpit” by Mark Waid

Review: “Lucky Luke Vol 48: Dick Digger’s Gold Mine” by Morris

I hunted for four years for English translation of this book, and I taught given up when Cinebook Ltd, publish the comic. Man, I am glad they exist. Story: While at the saloon the old miner Dick Diggler mentions how he … Continue reading Review: “Lucky Luke Vol 48: Dick Digger’s Gold Mine” by Morris