Investigating The Victories #1: A Review & Interview with Michael Oeming

Investigating The Victories #1: A Review & Interview with Oeming

Story and Art by MICHAEL AVON OEMING Colors by NICK FILARDI Letters by AARON WALKER When Gunnery Sergeant Hartman informed Gomer Pyle that he “had best unfuck [him]self” or he would “unscrew [his] head and shit down [his] neck,” few viewers disbelieved he was incapable of doing so. It was only the letter of the […]

REVIEW: Conan the Barbarian #5

Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by JAMES HARREN Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS & COMICRAFT The second part of “The Argos Deception” provides exactly the right mix of melancholy and might that fans of Conan look for. Conan stands at the foot of the gallows facing uncertain doom while the captain and […]

REVIEW: The Massive #1

Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by KRISTIAN DONALDSON Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by JARED K. FLETCHER The Massive #1 opens in the not-so-distant future after a global phenomenon of epic proportions. From rising water levels to tsunamis, humankind’s way of life has changed drastically, and this first issue picks up somewhere in the scattered […]

REVIEW: Conan the Barbarian #4

Written by BRIAN WOOD Art by JAMES HARREN Colors by DAVE STEWART Letters by RICHARD STARKINGS & COMICRAFT Issue #4 finds Conan and the pirate crew of the Tigress preparing for the biggest haul to date, and yet, it places the Barbarian in the greatest risk to date: the known dangers of the hands of […]

REVIEW: Alabaster: Wolves #2

Written by CAITLIN R. KIERNAN Art & Letters by STEVE LIEBER Colors by RACHELLE ROSENBERG My initial review of Alabaster: Wolves #1 provided a cautious recommendation due to concern about the potential of teen angst factoring into the storyline and creating yet another Twilight clone. However, fortune has seen fit to provide evidence to the […]