Justin Jordan


Reaver #10 Review: One Of The Best Fantasy Comics On The Stands

Reaver #10 Review: One Of The Best Fantasy Comics On The Stands

Cowles’ subtle lettering for sound effects and quiet realizations is also very effective.All of that brings us to Justin Jordan’s script, grabbing you by the throat and hurling you through a door Essen Breaker has had to experience a lot of cognitive challenges and knocks on his understanding of things throughout this storyline, and his[...]

Reaver #9 Review: Well That Escalated Rather Quickly

Reaver #9 Review: Well That Escalated Rather Quickly

Still, all of the factors seem aligned against them as they run into law enforcement who clearly are intent on neither protecting nor serving.[caption id="attachment_1229887" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Reaver #9 published by Image Comics with the creative team of Justin Jordan, Niko Henrichon, and Clayton Cowles.[/caption] Justin Jordan has created a richly developed medieval[...]

Reaver #8 Review: Trying To Be The Shepherd

Reaver #8 Review: Trying To Be The Shepherd

Luckily, as noted, he's got some unexpected backup from a diminutive bloodthirsty torturer called Rekala who's got a mission that aligns with his own -- to save children taken from the streets and sent into a life of horror.[caption id="attachment_1216250" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Reaver #8 published by Image Comics with the creative team[...]


Former Green Lantern Writer Ponders Nature of Silver Surfers Penis

Former Green Lantern Writer Ponders Nature of Silver Surfer's Penis

Justin Jordan is the co-creator of Luther Strode and past writer of DC Comics including Superboy, Deathstroke, and more, but his most relevant experience for this article's purpose was serving as writer of Green Lantern: New Guardians as part of DC Comics' Nu52 relaunch Though Jordan has not written any Marvel cosmic titles, his experience[...]

Preview Breaklands the ComiXology Original from Justin Jordan and Tyasseta Launching this Week

Preview Breaklands, the ComiXology Original from Justin Jordan and Tyasseta Launching this Week

Breaklands, by writer Justin Jordan, artist Tyasseta, colorist Sarah Stern, and letterer Rachel Deering, is set in a world where everyone has superhero powers except for one young woman who happens to be the book's protagonist. ComiXology, Amazon’s premier digital comics service introduces Breaklands, an all-new, creator owned mini-series from Justin Jordan, the co-creator and writer[...]


Curse of Brimstone #3 Review: A Brutal and Compelling Issue

Curse of Brimstone #3 Review: A Brutal and Compelling Issue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Salesman's Hound has beaten Brimstone, and Joe and Annie barely get away from her. Their escape route leads them to the doorstep of the Salesman himself. He has their dad hostage and threatens to kill him if Joe/Brimstone doesn't start doing what he asks. Curse of Brimstone #3 brings the climax to […]

Backways #5 Advanced Review: A Rushed and Ill-Explained Conclusion

Backways #5 Advanced Review: A Rushed and Ill-Explained Conclusion

Justin Jordan’s modern fantasy tale had a lot of promise in its first few installments, but the conclusion to this volume is painfully rushed, does little to flesh out its thin lead characters, and its elements are ill-explained Carlini and Tidei’s artwork is still excellent, but it’s not enough to save the comic[...]

The Curse of Brimstone #2 Review: Saving the Hometown

The Curse of Brimstone #2 Review: Saving the Hometown

Hopefully Justin Jordan, Philip Tan, and Rain Beredo will keep up the good work This comic comes highly recommended Give it a read.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Joe awakens in his own bed His sister, Annie, tells him that she brought him home, and York Hills has been decimated Fires burst out across the city, but[...]

Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of April 4th 2018: Great New Image Titles and More Praise for Priests Justice League

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of April 4th, 2018: Great New Image Titles and More Praise for Priest's Justice League

The meaning it attempts to derive doesn't quite work, even if it makes curious where the story could go from here.[caption id="attachment_825305" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Backways #4 cover by Eleonora Carlini and Silvia Tidei[/caption]Win: Backways #4 Grabs and Doesn't Let GoJustin Jordan, Eleonora Carlini, and Silvia Tidei's Backways continues to impress with its mystic mystery tale with vague yet intriguing[...]


Comics for Your Pull Box Week of April 4th 2018: New Series Galore

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of April 4th, 2018: New Series Galore!

It pits Xerxes against Alexander the Great in a bid to conquer the world and is both written and drawn by Frank Miller, joined by color artist Alex Sinclair.[caption id="attachment_822365" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman #44 cover by Mikel Janin[/caption]Batman #44The wedding of Batman and Catwoman begins its preparation stages and, I can't believe I'm saying this, but[...]

Backways #3 Review: A Tight Narrative with a Giant Demon Wolf

Backways #3 Review: A Tight Narrative with a Giant Demon Wolf

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A demonic shadow wolf monster makes its way into the Backways and begins feeding immediately. However, its targeted prey is Anna and Coyote Bones, and it finds them in short order. Our two heroes must duck and weave through the Backways if they are to survive, and, if it catches up, they need […]

The Curse of Brimstone #1 Review: Southern Gothic Poverty Meets Superheroes

The Curse of Brimstone #1 Review: Southern Gothic Poverty Meets Superheroes

Superheroes meet southern gothic drama in this stunning display from the team of Justin Jordan, Philip Tan, and Rain Beredo, and this comic comes highly recommended Give it a read when it comes out on April 4th.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]York Falls is a small town left behind by time Joe Chamberlain is a young[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of February 28th 2017: Mera Goes Solo Terrifics Unite and Spectacular #300

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of February 28th, 2017: Mera Goes Solo, Terrifics Unite, and Spectacular #300

This one is brought to you by Justin Jordan and Eleonora Carlini.[caption id="attachment_802608" align="aligncenter" width="585"] Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #1 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #1Boom! Studios adds a prequel entry to the beloved Labyrinth film, focusing on a different young woman attempting to save a boy from the Goblin King. Simon Spurrier and Daniel Bayliss take the helm of this recreation[...]

Sideways #1 Review: Livestream for Your Life

Sideways #1 Review: Livestream for Your Life

He’s just a kid in high school entrenched in a universe full of seasoned heroes — why add another one? But if the end of issue #1 is a hint of what’s to come, he won’t have much of a choice.Dan DiDio and Justin Jordan’s script isn’t exactly engaging, but it is fun[...]

Backways #2 Review: A Charming and Surreal Mystic Odyssey Through Mos Eisley with Magic

Backways #2 Review: A Charming and Surreal Mystic Odyssey Through Mos Eisley with Magic

This is a deep world, and Justin Jordan is pacing its revelations in an economic yet tantalizing fashion This is a fun and intriguing read, and it earns a recommendation Check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]A pair of mysterious sorcerers speak of uniting something called the Quorum before we return to Anna and Coyote[...]


RAW Kicks off with Some Too-Sweet Action

RAW Kicks off with Some Too-Sweet Action

You gotta hand it to Justin Jordan His promos are getting slightly better, but they're still kind of annoying Creative is really going above and beyond with the dad angle, and it's making him the laughing stock of the roster.https://twitter.com/WWE/status/950534301262598149After coming out and interrupting Roman Reigns in an attempt to forge a partnership, Seth Rollins[...]