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Advance Review: Curb Stomp #4 Proves It's A Memorable Series
This week brings us the final issue of Curb Stomp, from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde Thus far we've experienced quite the rollercoaster with this strong group of women We've seen them at their best and we've seen them at their worst, but one[...]
Action, Controversy, And Shady Personalities In Curb Stomp #3
Curb Stomp from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde is a four issue limited series comic that centers on a gang, The Fever, that protects the streets of Old Beach The group consists of Machete Betty, Violet Volt, Daisy Chain, Derby Girl, and Bloody Mary[...]
The Vortex Of Madness: Preview Space Riders #1 Out This Week From Black Mask
Written by Doc Unknown's Fabian Rangel Jr., with artwork by Alexis Ziritt, and lettered by Ryan Ferrier, it's a kind of explosion of strange energy and enthusiasm for the medium. The teaser for the series looks like this: Black Mask describes the first issue thus: From the galactic core to the outer quadrants, one name strikes terror in[...]
Curb Stomp #2: Hardened Exteriors And Surprising Twists
Buckle up for the second intense issue of Curb Stomp from BOOM! Studios, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde Curb Stomp is a story about The Fever, a gang made up of five women: Machete Betty, Violet Volt, Daisy Chain, Derby Girl, and Bloody Mary They live[...]
POP Comes To Psychotropic Trade This Week And POP #1 Is Free On Bleeding Cool
Though it always still works on me, the use of psychedelic artwork and colors is becoming popular these days, however, I'd argue that POP goes so far beneath the surface of that craze that it's psychotropic in its own right rather than merely psychedelic in its aesthetics. Written by Curt Pires, with art by Jason Copland,[...]
Boom's Curb Stomp #1 Is Serious And Real
Prepare yourself for an intense first issue of a new limited series from BOOM! Studios, entitled Curb Stomp, written by, Ryan Ferrier, with art by Devaki Neogi and colors by Neil LaLonde Curb Stomp is a story about The Fever, a gang made up of five women: Machete Betty, Violet Volt, Daisy Chain, Derby Girl,[...]
BOOM! Studios' Curb Stomp Is Punk Rock With A Rat Queens Vibe
Written by Ryan Ferrier (D4VE), with art by Devaki Neogi Curb Stomp tells the story of Machete Betty and the girls of The Fever, a gang committed to protecting their home They have the self-appointed task of protecting  Old Beach, one of three boroughs surrounding a rich metropolitan city. Boom Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon described the[...]
IDW To Publish D4VE From Ferrier And Ramon
The series from writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Valentin Ramon focuses on the aftermath of a war for Earth that is less "Terminator" and more same-as-it-ever-was The star of the series is D4VE, a robotic war hero that is now stuck in a 9 to 5 desk job As much as D4VE hates his mundane[...]
Advance Review: Roche Limit #1 From Image, Plus Preview
 Written by Michael Moreci, drawn by Vic Malhotra, colored by Jordan Boyd, lettered by Ryan Ferrier, and designed by Tim Daniel, the book is very ambitious, both in its structure and its blending of different genres (part sci-fi, noir, and mystery, among others I'm sure we'll soon see). Ultimately the Roche Limit series is going to[...]
Four Things About Theremin Issue 1
Top marks as well to Dalton Rose for the artistic gymnastics and Ryan Ferrier for some very subtle, effective lettering. 4.The Moscow Projects With the second volume of The Manhattan Projects out this week, it's really nice to see the 'government mad science projects have unforeseen consequences' trope digging in Theremin's a more grounded work than Manhattan[...]
Pop Culture Hounding Marvel NOW! and Ryan Ferrier
Chris Thompson writes for Bleeding Cool… just before he heads off to Malta! [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode18.mp3] Taylor and I have mixed views about this week's Marvel Now! books, and find we don't see eye-to-eye with Daniel Way's Thunderbolts #1 or Jonathan Hickman's much-anticipated Avengers #1. Taylor also chats with Ryan Ferrier (Tiger Lawyer and Challenger Comics) about his career thus[...]