However, Golden Gail is about to make a discovery that will turn it all on its head. Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart Black Hammer: Age of Doom nears its ending as the heroes begin to realize what has happened to them The revelation that it is the doing of[...]
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The young man searches for one of their number: Hammer Lass. Quantum Age #1 cover by Wilfredo Torres and Dave Stewart This Black Hammer story takes inspiration from DC's Legion of Superheroes, and I'm really beginning to see a theme from this line of comics. Joking aside, it's an interesting take on the idea It's like a dystopian[...]
Black Hammer and Jack land in Dreamland, where they meet the Bereaver and his family Lucy is eager to get back to the other heroes, so she is unwilling to stay for dinner in Dreamland Meanwhile, the Colonel and Madame Dragonfly are acting suspiciously. Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave[...]
Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #4 Jeff Lemire and Max Fiamura concluded their Black Hammer-affiliated Doctor Star miniseries With it came a heart-breaking ending and a reflection on what we devote our time and efforts to in our lives This was a downright beautiful comic book, and I recommend everyone pick up the trade and give it a[...]
Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #4 Review: A Sincere, Emotional, and Near-Perfect Ending
Doctor Star is at the threshold of the Para-zone, the realm he studied for years and always wanted to see for himself. Will he go in? Is it a good read?
It's the beginning of a new month, and that means a new month of comics to navigate. Comics for Your Pull Box is here to help. What comics are worth trying? We're here to help.
With Black Hammer: Age of Doom, Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormstron bring back the Eisner Award-winning superhero saga, picking up immediately where they left off — Lucy Weber has become the new Black Hammer and right as she's about to reveal to the other heroes how they got stuck on the farm and can escape[...]
Meanwhile, Lucy, aka Black Hammer, finally gets some answers out of Lonnie James He shows Lucy a way out Unfortunately, that path literally leads straight to Hell itself. Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 improves on the relative slowness of the first issue While[...]
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 23, 2018: Flash War Begins and the Hunt for Wolverine Goes to Madripoor
5 #1 Aspen brings back Executive Assistant Iris this week with the creative team of Blake Northcott, Donny Tran, and Luis Guerrero. The master assassin Iris must now decide whether to continue as a freelance or join a powerful firm that have accumulated almost all of her peers in the business. Adventure Time: The Beginning of the End #1 cover by Victoria Maderna Adventure[...]
Dark Horse has sent us an exclusive look inside the fourth and final issue of Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrow. This dual-narrative story set in the world of the Eisner-Award winning Black Hammer series chronicles the legacy of a Golden-Age superhero. An aged crime fighter desperately wants to reconnect with his estranged son, who he hoped[...]
Comic Book Wins and Losses returns after a week hiatus, and not a moment too soon! There is a lot to dissect from the past week. Which were wins? Which were losses? You'll have to read here.
Doctor Star seeks out the help of the aliens he rescued years ago to cure his son, but he discovers these aliens made an entire law enforcement organization based off of him. What does this mean for Star and his son? Is it a good read?
Though the comic is not really my speed, I can't deny how charming and lovable the leads are and how endlessly entertaining their dialogue is. Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #3 cover by Max Fiumara Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #3 In this spectacular continuation to the Black Hammer universe under Jeff Lemire and Max Fiumara, Doctor Star[...]
The ending scene with T'Challa and Storm is especially enjoyable, and Leonard Kirk's art is quite solid. Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1 cover by Dean Ormston Loss: Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1 Doesn't Impress I've become fond of Jeff Lemire's Dark Horse-based Black Hammer line of comics in the past year, but Age of Doom #1 was not among its better installments[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Lucy, the new Black Hammer, has figured out what is going on with the Golden Age heroes and the farm they find themselves stranded upon Unfortunately, she is mysteriously teleported away, leaving Colonel Weird despondent and Abraham Slam, Barbalian, Golden Gail, and Madame Dragonfly to discover their own way out Meanwhile, Lucy finds herself[...]