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Power Pack #1 Review:
Big Girls by Jason Howard, with letters by Fonografiks, has been one of the most consistently thrilling and thought-provoking releases from Image Comics this year With this fifth issue, can Howard maintain that incredible quality? Big Girls #5 cover Credit: Image Comics Big Girls #5 is essentially a huge fight issue, functioning as a climax to most of the story[...]
Big Girls #5 Review: High Concept Science Fiction
At least sixty four skyscraper-sized kaiju called Jacks, all little boys who grew and mutated, face down with three well-trained, well-armed Big Girls, women who also have a genetic quirk that leads them to grow hundreds of feet tall While this happens, the (regular height) woman named Gulliver has a secret plan sneaking through the[...]
Epic Meal Time's Harley Morenstein: YouTube Creator Spotlight
For three issues so far, Big Girls, written and drawn by Jason Howard with artwork by Fonografiks, has told a compelling story about a version of our world where things have gone horribly wrong Certain baby boys mutate into creatures called Jacks, horrific monsters that tower as high and skyscrapers and destroy everything in sight[...]
Big Girls #4 Review: A Gigantic Accomplishment
The pages of Big Girls #4 take to heart the Jason Derulo lyrics, "when the roof caved in and the truth came out." A series of flashbacks and revelations from High Marshall Tannik reveal the truth about the Preserve's secret enemy Gulliver and why the two of them are poised to throw everything they have[...]
Stillwater #2 Review:
Big Girls by Jason Howard has delivered two great issues, back-to-back The debut chapter introduced the premise with deep intrigue and pitch-black horror, while the second issue delved into the moral implications of what it really means to just slaughter these "jacks" in order to keep up a safe zone Now, as Big Girls #3 begins with[...]
Big Girls #3 Review: Inventive Science Fiction Adventure
Big Girls #3 is a gigantic update to the story and pulse-pounding action; this wildly inventive science fiction adventure series gives readers a deeper understanding of the characters and the world they inhabit. The cover of Big Girls #3 Credit: Image Comics Ember's origin on a far from the enclave called The Preserve is revealed, as her[...]
Seven Secrets #2 Review:
Big Girls by Jason Howard kicked off with a killer first issue that followed through on a high concept with a thrilling story Can this second issue sustain the intrigue that made the debut issue so compelling? Big Girls #2 cover by Jason Howard Credit: Image Comics Big Girls #2 continues from the cliffhanger at the end of the[...]
Big Girls #2 Review: A Superlative Sci-Fi Accomplishment
The boys are becoming seemingly mindless, mutated monsters that barely resemble humanoids called "Jacks." The women, who grow tall but look (proportionately) normal, protect the remains of human society from the monstrous boys in a dystopian science fiction vision that comes fully formed from the mind of Jason Howard. The cover of Big Girls #2 Credit:[...]
Empyre #5 Avengers Variant Cover
Big Girls #1 makes a strong debut going on the Back Order List fast.  Excellence #9, Sonata #12, and Stealth #4 are all titles that have made a return to the Back Order List. #gallery-5 { margin: auto; } #gallery-5 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-5 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-5 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Big[...]
Big Girls #1 Review:
Some of the best speculative fiction takes a big What If question, and, in effort of answering that question, builds characters and entire mythologies. Stephen King, for example, is known to work that way, where he begins with a core curiosity ("What if a vampire came to a small town?") and unravels it all from there. Big Girls by[...]
Big Girls: How Ideological Extremes Hit Close to Home
In either case, escaping reality or meeting it head-on, Jason Howard's (Trees, Wolf-Man) upcoming release called Big Girls addresses the complications with our new reality by exaggerating the future to the absolute extremes Although the more on-the-nose advertising for the comic states, "men are monsters destroying the world Only girls can stop them Big Girls,"[...]
Big Girls #1 Review: All-New Science Fiction
Anyway, the girls grow up very big and strong … and the boys grow up and become largely mindless monsters called "Jacks." The cover of Big Girls #1 Image Credits: Image Comics The work here done by Jason Howard is really impressive in that every line, every nuance of color and every word of dialogue came from[...]
Thank FOC It's Sunday - 22nd December 2019 -
Welcome to Thank FOC It's Friday – Big Girls Don't Cr Edition And planned to coincide and cover the demands of Final Order Cut Off at Diamond Comic Distributors And now UCS and Lunar as well Of course, in these times, so much of this is up in the air.  There's a lot of product[...]