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The Daily LITG, 6th December 2019 – Happy Birthday

The Daily LITG, 6th December 2019 – Happy Birthday Paul Jenkins

You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterdayReview: GameStop's Green Lantern - Lantern Corps Ring Set Skottie Young and Humberto Ramos Launch "Strange Academy", a New Orleans-Set Magical School Comic From Marvel in March (Art Update) Marvel's Dysfunctional X-Team Adds Sinister, Scalphunter "Supernatural" Season 15 "Last Call":[...]

Beyonders #1 cover by Wesley St. Claire

Beyonders #1 Review: Predictable Conspiracy Themes and an Unlikable Protagonist

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Jacob Tate is about to finish high school. He is heavily invested in conspiracy theories. He has a one-eyed Welsh corgi named Shadwell and lives with his normal aunt and uncle. He struggles in school because of his focus on conspiracy theories, and all his college applications have been denied. However, his hobby […]

God Complex #6 cover by Hendry Prasetya

God Complex #6 Review: Cyberpunk Religious Allegory?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Seneca is attacked by a minotaur-like creature beneath the church, but he survives. He explores the catacombs beneath the church, and Apollo, Hermes, and Hephaestus begin to lose contact with him. Apollo is ready to write him off and detonate his enhancements, but Trinity is near. The signal interference turns into a boon, […]


God Complex #5 cover by Isuardi Therianto

God Complex #5 Review: Refreshingly Complex Cyberpunk

Prasetya and Gho impress with their art style, and Paul Jenkins’ script consistently intrigues This one comes recommended Give it a read.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Seneca is still struggling with his augmentations He returns to Hermes and Hephaestus who tell him that he can go into the Stream at any time He does so and[...]


Alters #10 cover by Leila Leiz and Leonardo Paciarotti

Alters #10 Review: An Emotional and Gripping Finale

Paul Jenkins has set up a lovable group of characters here, and the artistic team of Leiz and Paciarotti works like a charm This issue comes recommended Check it out.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]Latavius’ powers are out of control, and his mother, Sharise, has disappeared through a portal The Chief is reluctant to leave the[...]

Alters #9 cover by Leila Leiz and Leonardo Paciarotti

Alters #9 Review: An Endearing and Diverse Cast of Heroes

Paul Jenkins has made something special here.Leila Leiz’s artwork is quite solid for much of the comic I love the design of Chalice’s costume and Morph’s body The villains have distinct and interesting looks too The faces are where things can get a little shaky They’re a little too shine at times when they’re facing[...]

AfterShock Launches New Anthology Comic, Shock, with Neil Gaiman, Marc Guggenheim, Jim Starlin, Charles Vess and More

Presented in the European Album format (same as the recent Animosity: the Rise hardcover for LCSD), this handsome hardcover features the creative talents of Bill Willingham, Marguerite Bennett, Mike Carey, Jim Starlin, Michael Zulli, Charles Vess, Michael Gaydos, Andy Clarke, Andrew Robinson, Sarah Delaine, Phil Hester, Paul Jenkins, Neil Gaiman, Dalibor Talajic, Travis Moore, Brian Azzarello, Francesco[...]

God Complex #2 cover by Hendry Prasetya

God Complex #2 Review: Blade Runner With A Bit Of Wicked + Divine

As such, the world of God Complex is allowed more of its own visual identity than it would otherwise.Paul Jenkins creates continues an intriguing narrative with God Complex #2 While the story can lag in places and gets a little off the rails towards the end, it is still an overall good read, and I[...]


A Shaky Start Leading To An Enjoyable Read – Alters Volume One Review

The reason was because the series would feature a trans lead character as the focus of this first volume of stories - and the reaction that this was being handled not by a trans creator, but rather by writer Paul Jenkins.I'll admit, I went into reading this series with some trepidation: seeing a trans character[...]


Tom Judge: The Rapture – 24 Trades Of Christmas

Oh, and he lets it slip that Judge will end up deciding the balance of power in Hell.The trade collects the Universe #1-8 and Tom Judge: End of Days #1 and was writing by Paul Jenkins and drawn by Clayton Crain It shows the journey of a broken man as he regains purpose in his[...]

David Finch Heads To New Jersey This Fall

The list kicks off with New Avengers, Wonder Woman and the current DC Batman: Rebirth artist David Finch.The new Batman series is getting a lot of buzz with Finch and writer Tom King at the wheel, so it would be a good time to hit Finch up for inside information and signatures.Also on the guest[...]

A Fascinating Place: Three Reasons Why You Should Read Lantern City Vol. 1 HC

By name, Paul Jenkins, Matthew Daley, and Mairghread Scott The script is detailed, intense, and emotional I dare you to not become invested in this cast of characters.Two: Lantern City is a fascinating place From the lower class living in near-constant darkness, to the enormous walls of the city always looming overhead, all while the upper class[...]

For A Good Time, Buy Replica #2 Tomorrow

Replica #2 from Paul Jenkins and Andy Clarke is out tomorrow Available from all good comic shops and disreputable bathroom attendents... Number Two! In which Detective Trevor Churchill of the Terran Corporation discovers the only person more annoying than his alien partner is a clone of himself In which we visit with Number Two, Trevor's overworked and[...]


Find Mystery And Fantasy In The Fiction Squad TP From Boom!

Fiction Squad TP, written by Paul Jenkins, with art by Ramon Bachs Fablewood is a pretty dangerous place, but no area is more dangerous than the City of Rimes, deep in the heart of the Children’s Realm After transferring in from the realm of Mystery, a failed detective from an unfinished prose novel, Frankie Mack,[...]

Todd McFarlane Tells Bleeding Cool About Spawn Vs. Satan

I noticed that the October solicitations for Spawn no longer had Paul Jenkins listed as writer. SPAWN #258 STORY: TODD McFARLANE ART / COVER: JONBOYOCTOBER 21 / 32 PAGES / FC / T / $2.99Spawn returns to the one place he never thought he would see again...HELL. Paul had replaced Brian Wood as writer on the book And before[...]