Paul Allor


Hollow Heart #1 Review: Messed Up

Hollow Heart #1 Review: Messed Up

and things start to get depressing.Writer Paul Allor has delivered a script that ably captures this situation's pain and grimness, with a faceless bureaucracy determined to achieve its goals no matter the cost Mateo is conflicted when he recognizes what's going on at this horrible place and struggles with what his morals tell him to[...]

Paul Allor Paul Tucker Create New Queer Horror Comic Hollow Heart

Paul Allor, Paul Tucker Create New Queer Horror Comic, Hollow Heart

Paul Allor just blew everyone away with a PTSD-themed issue of GI Joe Now he is creating his own comic, writing and lettering Hollow Heart, with his co-creator on Tet, artist Paul Tucker, from Vault Comics Described as "a queer monster love story about the choices we make between giving our loved ones what they want[...]

Talking With Seth Adams About Comics Art and Goth: Young Lovers at War

Talking With Seth Adams About Comics Art and Goth: Young Lovers at War

Coming this October from Source Point Press, Goth: Young Lovers at War is the first in a series of one-shots from writer Paul Allor, artist Seth Adams, and colorist Josh Jensen exploring goth in all its shapes and forms The first issue focuses on the doomed love affair of two Visigoths in 237 AD Bleeding[...]

IDW to Relaunch G.I. Joe Again

IDW to Relaunch G.I. Joe Again

Joe series by Paul Allor and Chris Evenhuis The press release is written from the perspective of Cobra, but from it we are able to glean that the series will simply be called G.I Joe and that it will be set in a world where Cobra is in charge and the Joes, particularly Duke and[...]


Monstro Mechanica #5 Review: Setting Up for Stories to Come

Monstro Mechanica #5 Review: Setting Up for Stories to Come

Evenhuis and Weijers’ artwork continues to bring Paul Allor’s story to life well This book earns a recommendation Check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Back in Florence, the city is shaken up by the siege of Venice and the reveal of Da Vinci’s Monstro Mechanica The Medici’s have designs on using the automaton to their[...]

Monstro Mechanica #4 Review: A Mediocre Entry in the Historical Fiction/Sci-Fi Series

Monstro Mechanica #4 Review: A Mediocre Entry in the Historical Fiction/Sci-Fi Series

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The battle in Volterra is over, but the Monstro Mechanica is still running rampant through the city. Leonardo da Vinci and Isabella have a plan to shut it down, but will it work? Elsewhere, Signore Riario, after being extracted from Volterra by Isabella and Leonardo, meets up with an associate in Florence. Later, […]

Monstro Mechanica #3 Review: What if All Your Experiences Were Bad

Monstro Mechanica #3 Review: What if All Your Experiences Were Bad?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The siege of Volterra comes to a conclusion (sorry, I said Rome last review) with the Medici faction coming out on top. However, Isabella is still being held hostage by Riario, and the Monstro Mechanica is running rampant throughout the city. Da Vinci and the Medici forces move into the city, but chaos […]

Monstro Mechanica #2 Review: A Vast Improvement on the Last Issue

Monstro Mechanica #2 Review: A Vast Improvement on the Last Issue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Isabella and the Monstro Mechanica are tasked with infiltrating Rome and extracting Marcus Baroni before the Medici siege begins. All the while, Isabella continues to wonder if the machine is learning how to be human. Leonardo da Vinci and Machiavelli oversee the siege outside the city walls. After giving Monstro Mechanica #1 a […]

Monstro Mechanica #1 Review: Da Vinci Is Kind of a Jerk

Monstro Mechanica #1 Review: Da Vinci Is Kind of a Jerk

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] It's late-1400s Italy, and Leonardo da Vinci finds himself tailed by papal agents. This is situation is swiftly resolved by the massive wooden automaton he has built which disposes of the assailants. Da Vinci is caught in the conflict between the Medici's and the Catholic Church. He, along with his assistant Isabel, are […]

AfterShock Announces Monstro Mechanica By Paul Allor And Chris Evenhuis

AfterShock Announces Monstro Mechanica By Paul Allor And Chris Evenhuis

And we were right; however, and you may want to sit down for this because you may find it extremely shocking: we spelled the title wrong.It's Monstro Mechanica, not Monstro Mechanika, from Paul Allor and Chris Evenhuis The series will launch in December, and Allor says AfterShock is the perfect home for it: "AfterShock has very[...]

Ooh We Know We Know What AfterShocks New Creator-Owned Series Is

Ooh! We Know! We Know What AfterShock's New Creator-Owned Series Is!

The company's Twitter account asked:https://twitter.com/AfterShockComix/status/908798630710190080We'd love to have a guess at that! It's artist Chris Evenhuis (Wynonna Earp) and writer Paul Allor (TMNT), who tweeted just a day earlier:https://twitter.com/ChrisEvenhuis/status/908425295648215042https://twitter.com/PaulAllor/status/908426675314192385But AfterShock wanted more answers:https://twitter.com/AfterShockComix/status/908833218622877696Yes, we do want to have a guess[...]

How Spider-Man: Homecoming Saved A Comic Writers Life

How Spider-Man: Homecoming Saved A Comic Writer's Life

Paul Allor, writer of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, GI Joe, Clue, and Strange Nation, had a bit of an incident last night Like many comic creators, Paul claims to spend 90% of his day at his desk He had left the house to go see Spider-Man: Homecoming only to return to discover that the ceiling[...]

Secret Empire: Brave New World #2 Review: Half A Good Book

Secret Empire: Brave New World #2 Review: Half A Good Book

If it fell any flatter, it would be a member of the Great Lakes Avengers.The last story is written by Paul Allor, drawn by Brian Level¸ and colored by Jordan Boyd It’s alright I like seeing the ongoing mental breakdown Namor the Sub-Mariner is going through in regards to seeing one of his oldest friends[...]




From IDW Strange Nation Pits The Determination Of A Writer Against A Conspiracy

From IDW, Strange Nation Pits The Determination Of A Writer Against A Conspiracy

Written by Paul Allor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time), with art by Juan Romera, Strange Nation follows the story of main character Norma Park After she uncovers the truth about a conspiracy theory involving aliens, Sasquatch, and doomsday cults, she finds herself fired from her prestigious newspaper Now working for a supermarket tabloid[...]


New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Miniseries Focuses On Mutanimals

New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Miniseries Focuses On Mutanimals

Teamwork doesn’t exactly come easy to these outsiders, but they’ll have to find a way to work together to take on a mysterious new entity known as The Null Group… TMNT: Mutanimals will be written by Paul Allor with art and covers by Andy Kuhn with a first issue variant cover by Ben Bates[...]