Comic Review: THE FADE OUT #1

Hollywood.  1948.  Where the only stars are on the silver screens and the gutters are filled with broken dreams.  It is here that we fade in on Charlie Parish, as he fights unconsciousness and finally wins. Charlie is a troubled man.  A full-time screenwriter and part-time drunkard, he hasn’t quite recovered from the war.  Throw […]

QUICKIE REVIEW: Velvet #2

VELVET #2/ Written by ED BRUBAKER/ Art by STEVE EPTING/ Colors by ELIZABETH BREITWEISER/ Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS/ Published by IMAGE COMICS It is clear that Brubaker clearly connects his new spy-thriller, Velvet, to the archetype set up in Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels. With that said, Brubaker finds a completely fresh way to present […]

The Comic Review Round-Up, 10.23.13 Edition

Welcome back to Kabooooom’s weekly comic review round-up! Loki grows up in the latest Young Avengers, we’re introduced to the shy but dangerous secretary Velvet Templeton in Velvet #1, and follow along with the continuing quests of the Rat Queens. But first! Jack is back in debut issue of Samurai Jack. SAMURAI JACK #1/ Created […]