Chris O'Halloran


The Silver Surfer Annual #1 Review: A Faithful and Classic-Feeling Return

The Silver Surfer Annual #1 Review: A Faithful and Classic-Feeling Return

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Years ago, the Silver Surfer was still the Herald of Galactus, charged with the task of seeking out planets for the World-Eater to consume. On one such trek, the man once known as Norrin Radd heard a song coming from within a world. On the surface, he finds nothing but war, cruelty, and […]

Exiles #4 Review: Walks the Tone Tight-Rope and the Genre Plank

Exiles #4 Review: Walks the Tone Tight-Rope and the Genre Plank

While there is something to be said about pairing a classic film genre (Ben even namechecks Errol Flynn) with the harsh realities of slavery a la Django Unchained, it’s hard to keep a smile on your face when you know how this atrocity went down.This issue’s a bit wordier than previous installments too.Those criticisms considered,[...]

Exiles #3 Review: Lil Wolvie and Valkyrie Friends Forever

Exiles #3 Review: Li'l Wolvie and Valkyrie, Friends Forever

Also, Valkyrie and Becky hit it off.[caption id="attachment_845548" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Exiles #3 art by Javier Rodriguez, Alvaro Lopez, and Chris O'Halloran[/caption]The artwork of Javier Rodriguez continues to impress in its creation of this uniquely beautiful comic His softer and more rounded style gives the air of levity that this book about dying worlds needs[...]

Missing Great Opportunity Image Comics Releases Plain Vanilla Ice Cream Man TPB in June

Missing Great Opportunity, Image Comics Releases Plain Vanilla Ice Cream Man TPB in June

Just in time for summer, Image Comics is releasing a trade paperback collection of Ice Cream Man, the ongoing series by writer W. Maxwell Prince, artist Martín Morazzo, and colorist Chris O'Halloran that features standalone single-issue stories tied together by the titular Ice Cream Man, a press release reveals. Unfortunately, as far as we can tell, despite […]

Exiles #2 Review: An Explosive Second Installment

Exiles #2 Review: An Explosive Second Installment

However, the comic lends itself to that kind of goofiness, so I wasn’t too bothered.[caption id="attachment_838324" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Exiles #2 art by Javier Rodriguez, Alvaro Lopez, and Chris O'Halloran[/caption]Rodriguez’s artwork continues to be distinct, appealing, and highly energetic with its fairly cartoonish style that adds a softness to the world of the Exiles[...]

Thanos Annual #1 Review: Reading Nietzsche While Watching Caddyshack

Thanos Annual #1 Review: Reading Nietzsche While Watching Caddyshack

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Thanos Annual #1 presents us with a series of stories of the Mad Titan delivered by the Cosmic Ghost Rider in the afterlife. The first gives an anecdote of Thanos training Gamora to be a warrior. The second is an interesting hobby of the tyrant. The third is a show of artistic flair […]

X-Men: Bland Design &#8211 Learning the Names of the Cast in Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #28

X-Men: Bland Design – Learning the Names of the Cast in Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #28

Deadpool #28 Writer: Robbie Thompson Artists: Chris Bachalo and Matt Horak Inkers: Matt Horak, Livesay, Tim Townsend, Victor Olazaba, and Wayne Faucher Colorist: Chris O'Halloran Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Scott Hepburn and Ian HerringLast issue was our first experience with this comic, and we weren't impressed Despite being the first issue of a new story arc, the comic did little to[...]

America #12 Review: A Photo Finish to a Unique and Endearing Series

America #12 Review: A Photo Finish to a Unique and Endearing Series

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] America is intent on saving her homeworld of Fuertona from La Legion. To do so, she calls upon the power of the the star Uzum, which is a mass of glowing material lodged in Fuertona. With this, America hopes to defeat La Legion for good and save her grandmother, Madrimar. America #12 arrives at a […]