Despite what the cover suggests, this Dark Knights Metal tie-in does not feature the Justice League fighting a giant Bat-tank. It’s far more awesome than that.
Capping off with Doctor Strange #10, Jason Aaron’s run on the series has had twists and turns accompanied by breathtaking art, making it a fun, easy read for both dedicated fans and new readers.
Well, it’s officially Civil War II time and that means… tie-ins galore! And just like the last Civil War crossover event, Spider-Man gets his own tie-in title and plays a huge role in the big time superhero battle royale. If you’re like me and haven’t been reading the .1 issues in between the main Amazing Spider-Man […]
Almost everyone feels a tingle up their spine (if they’re lucky enough to still have one) when hearing of or seeing an image of the terrifying alien creature known as the Predator. Created in 1987 for the film Predator, these creatures are known for taking trophies, hunting for sport and showing honor to those they […]
King Tiger #1 is a fascinating read, similar to a Doctor Strange story while also being part Hellblazer and part superhero. The story revolves around King Tiger, a sorcerer who goes around cleaning up supernatural threats, aided by his assistant Milo (who serves as the comic relief) and Rikki, Tiger’s love interest and the one […]
Welcome back to another edition of Kabooooom’s comic review round-up! It’s a light load this week with only two reviews, but both books promise to either please or infuriate depending on your outlook. Matt got his hands on the first issue of Top Cow’s new Samurai book, Bushido, and Anne’s off again to that galaxy […]
Written by J.W. RINZLER/ Original Screenplay by GEORGE LUCAS/ Art by MIKE MAYHEW/ Colors by RAIN BEREDO & BRAD ANDERSON/ Published by DARK HORSE COMICS In The Star Wars #1, J.W. Rinzler and company bring to the world something that has very literally never been seen before: George Lucas’s first, rough draft of the screenplay […]