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: “For the Man Who Has Everything,” by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbson

Moore and Gibbson collaboration was at it peak by this moment, becoming the fantastic duo who could by no means do any wrong. And here they once again show their incredibly talent. Story: Our heroes compose of the dynamic duo Batman and Robin, plus Wonder Woman travel to the Fortress of Solitude to give Superman, a gift, only to find the Man of Steel under a stupor and Mogul as the intruder who place him there. The heroes are soon caught in race to free their friend and evade the titanic Mogul. Art: The art is fantastic for this era, … Continue reading Review: “For the Man Who Has Everything,” by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbson

Review: “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?,” by Alan Moore and Julius Schwartz

There was a time with DC ran so many stories, writers couldn’t even keep up with the origins of characters, or even there powers and so they sought out to iron-out some issues, which lead to the creation of a … Continue reading Review: “Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?,” by Alan Moore and Julius Schwartz

Review: “Tom Strong Vol 1” by Alan Moore

Alan Moore, long career in superhero deconstruction speaks for itself but as this comic show it, he must some moment grown tire and wish to express a love for it golden age. And because his Alan Moore, he did it perfectly. This particular volume collects 1-7 Story: Tom Strong is science hero Art: Dialogue: Continues: Tom Strong Vol 2 Conclusion: Continue reading Review: “Tom Strong Vol 1” by Alan Moore