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Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 Review &#8211 Lair of the Dragonfly

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 Review – Lair of the Dragonfly

However, Golden Gail is about to make a discovery that will turn it all on its head.[caption id="attachment_909712" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart[/caption]Black Hammer: Age of Doom nears its ending as the heroes begin to realize what has happened to them[...]

Image Unveils Weatherman #4 Variant by Bengal

Image Unveils Weatherman #4 Variant by Bengal

Image Comics has revealed a new variant cover by artist Bengal for meteorology-themed comic book The Weatherman, by Jody LeHeup, Nathan Fox, and Dave Stewart Final order cutoff for the comic, and any of its three covers, is Monday, August 20th, so let your retailer know which one you want a copy of The Weatherman[...]

Gideon Falls #5 Review: Upping the Intensity but Keeping the Pace Slow

Gideon Falls #5 Review: Upping the Intensity but Keeping the Pace Slow

An overall sense of dread, along with the engaging characters, keep the book from even nearing the dull territory.[caption id="attachment_895832" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Gideon Falls #5 art by Andrea Sorrentino and Dave Stewart[/caption]Andrea Sorrentino’s artwork is still eerie and ominous, giving the world a feeling of detailed grounding yet cold disconnect[...]

Quantum Age #1 Review: A Twist on Black Hammer and the Legion of Superheroes

Quantum Age #1 Review: A Twist on Black Hammer and the Legion of Superheroes

The young man searches for one of their number: Hammer Lass.[caption id="attachment_880159" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Quantum Age #1 cover by Wilfredo Torres and Dave Stewart[/caption]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[...]

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 Review &#8211 Endless in Dreamland

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 Review – Endless in Dreamland

Meanwhile, the Colonel and Madame Dragonfly are acting suspiciously.[caption id="attachment_872883" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart[/caption]Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3 is the strongest issue of the miniseries so far and for admittedly odd reasons.The talk of relationships with the heroes back at the farm grounds[...]

Gideon Falls #4 Review: Complex Characters and Fantastic Art

Gideon Falls #4 Review: Complex Characters and Fantastic Art

She’s a drunken and swearing small town sheriff who doesn’t believe in God but is the closest confidant of the town priest.[caption id="attachment_872296" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Gideon Falls #4 art by Andrea Sorrentino and Dave Stewart[/caption]Andrea Sorrentino never ceases to amaze me with the panel composition, framing and overall quality of his art[...]

Behold: Nathan Foxs Limited Edition Wraparound Variant for The Weatherman #2

Behold: Nathan Fox's Limited Edition Wraparound Variant for The Weatherman #2

The Weatherman is the meteorology-themed, sold-out sensation from Jody LeHeup, Nathan Fox, and Dave Stewart that Bleeding Cool's Joshua Davison called "stable." The second issue hits stores in July, with covers seen below.Some more info, from the press release: THE WEATHERMAN follows Nathan Bright—a man who had it all: an awesome girlfriend, a kickass dog, and[...]

The Magic Order #1 Review: We Demand to be Taken Seriously

The Magic Order #1 Review: We Demand to be Taken Seriously

Another magician called Miss Albany has been stirring trouble in the council, and she is their prime suspect.[caption id="attachment_865837" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Magic Order #1 cover by Olivier Coipel and Dave Stewart[/caption]The Magic Order #1 spends its extended running time setting up the premise of this story The funny thing about that is that it’s premise[...]

Detective Comics #982 Review: A Darkly Beautiful One-Off Story

Detective Comics #982 Review: A Darkly Beautiful One-Off Story

You are left to question what is real and what isn’t, and the Batman must contend with how alone he is in this chaos.[caption id="attachment_866776" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Detective Comics #982 art by Sebastian Fiumara and Dave Stewart[/caption]That’s before we even touch on the incredible art Sebastian Fiumara contributes to this comic[...]



Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 Review &#8211 Disjointed but Livelier than the Previous Issue

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 Review – Disjointed but Livelier than the Previous Issue

Unfortunately, that path literally leads straight to Hell itself.[caption id="attachment_851366" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 cover by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart[/caption]Black Hammer: Age of Doom #2 improves on the relative slowness of the first issue While the first installment was a slightly interesting setup for the story to come, this issue[...]

Gideon Falls #3 Advance Review: What is the Black Barn

Gideon Falls #3 Advance Review: What is the Black Barn?

We still know very little about this thing, but the simplicity of the symbolism—as well as the disturbing depiction courtesy of Sorrentino and Dave Stewart—makes it something that I am dying to know more about.The mass scene in this comic is a complicated moment Fred’s speech borders on the cliché, but I’m unsure as to[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of May 2nd 2018: Were Back Baby

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 2nd, 2018: We're Back, Baby

It's cathartic and taps into something deep. Jeff Lemire, Max Fiamura, and Dave Stewart have created an awesome series here. * * * * * That's another entry of Comic Book Wins and Losses complete! See you again later today for the Comics for Your Pull Box for this week (May 9th, 2018). Apologies for the belated return and the lack[...]

Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #3 Review: Painful Family Reunions

Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #3 Review: Painful Family Reunions

However, Doctor Star is reluctant to accept this, as he still wants more than anything to save his son.[caption id="attachment_843656" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #3 art by Max Fiamura and Dave Stewart[/caption]Max Fiamura brings all of this to life with his style which focuses on the severe angles of[...]

Black Hammer Age of Doom #1 Review: Interesting but Very Slow

Black Hammer Age of Doom #1 Review: Interesting but Very Slow

The main problem is that this first issue takes a while to set itself up before getting to a concrete conflict.[caption id="attachment_834254" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Hammer: Age of Doom #1 art by Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart[/caption]Dean Orsmston’s artwork has a simplistic style to it that mixes less detailing that focuses more on the eyes[...]


Gideon Falls #2 Review: Esoteric Perplexing yet Compelling and Gorgeous

Gideon Falls #2 Review: Esoteric, Perplexing, yet Compelling and Gorgeous

Is it sci-fi? Is it fantasy? Mystic? Occult? Horror? I look forward to finding that one out too.[caption id="attachment_830284" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Gideon Falls #2 art by Andrea Sorrentino and Dave Stewart[/caption]Andrea Sorrentino’s artwork is damn gorgeous, and it continues to dazzle me with every page The world is textured and cold[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th 2018: Sorting Out the New Series

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th, 2018: Sorting Out the New Series'

I wasn't expecting to be reminded of Animosity: Evolution while reading a Sonic the Hedgehog comic.[caption id="attachment_826335" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Gideon Falls #2 cover by Andrea Sorrentino[/caption]Win: Gideon Falls #2 is Just as Mysterious and GrabbingGideon Falls #2 by Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino, and Dave Stewart continues to be impressively grabbing for a comic that is presenting fairly plain narratives surrounding a greater mystery that the[...]

Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2 Review: What We Leave Behind

Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2 Review: What We Leave Behind

The comic’s brilliance comes from its ability to pick apart the childish escapism and avoidance of responsibility inherent in dreams of superheroing and flying off in a mask and cape, so some comparisons to Watchmen are inevitable.[caption id="attachment_824888" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Lost Tomorrows #2 art by Max Fiamura and Dave[...]