Sarah Stern


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[...]

Marvel Celebrates International Womens Day with Champions #3 Variant

Marvel Celebrates International Women's Day with Champions #3 Variant

Okay, maybe there are technically more appropriate ways, but variant covers are one of three Marvel solutions to everything, and since there's already an unrelated super-mega-crossover event in the works and you can't simply reboot women with a new #1 issue, a variant cover it is.Check out the press release and the variant cover, by Elsa[...]

Rick and Morty #41 Review: Enter the Rick Revenge Squad

Rick and Morty #41 Review: Enter the Rick Revenge Squad

Can Rick and Morty survive this onslaught?In a back-up story, Rick and Morty take a few public domain figures to task.[caption id="attachment_909098" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rick and Morty #41 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern[/caption]The idea of a Legion of Doom/Masters of Evil uniting to kill Rick Sanchez and his family is a great idea,[...]

Rick and Morty #40 [Late] Review: Putting Pickle Rick to Bed

Rick and Morty #40 [Late] Review: Putting Pickle Rick to Bed

He can’t handle the killing anymore.[caption id="attachment_911210" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rick and Morty #40 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern[/caption]Rick and Morty #40 puts our heroes into a subgenre of action/sci-fi (like the Purge episode) to confront one of the most ubiquitous and now-tired jokes of the series: Pickle Rick.This comic essentially has one last[...]

Rick and Morty #39 Review: Less Interesting than Usual but Still Fun

Rick and Morty #39 Review: Less Interesting than Usual but Still Fun

A breakout soon occurs, and Rick and Morty must survive both the guards and the henchmen of Party Dog.[caption id="attachment_876138" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rick and Morty #39 cover by Marc Ellerby and Sarah Stern[/caption]The backup story finds Jerry being offered a job as a “hand actor” for a streaming service, but Beth has problems with the[...]

By Night #1 Review: Another Charming and Funny John Allison Book

By Night #1 Review: Another Charming and Funny John Allison Book

That said, it still comes a little out of nowhere and doesn’t quite fit the story leading up to it.[caption id="attachment_868024" align="aligncenter" width="600"] By Night #1 art by Christine Larsen and Sarah Stern[/caption]Christine Larsen’s color art brings it all to life with a cute and expressive style that falls somewhere between Regular Show and Giant[...]

Zodiac Starforce Vol. 2 #3 Review: Brilliant Fun and Gorgeous

Zodiac Starforce Vol. 2 #3 Review: Brilliant, Fun, and Gorgeous

2 #4 art by Paulina Ganucheau and Sarah Stern[/caption]The artwork is gorgeous and lively too, courtesy of creators Paulina Ganucheau and Sarah Stern The characters have distinct figures, designs, and costumes I’m especially enamored with the design of Davos The action is visually creative The colors are brilliant and vibrant This comic looks just as[...]

A Darn Good Detective Goldie Vance Vol. 1 2 and 3 Review

A Darn Good Detective! Goldie Vance Vol. 1, 2, and 3 Review

Each character is beautifully drawn, and Sarah Stern's colors really bring them to life This artistic duo is dynamic, and even the settings and background characters are as engaging as the main cast By volume three, writer Jackie Bell joins the fold, as well as artist Noah Hayes While Hayes's art style is much more[...]

Jem and The Holograms: Infinite Review: More Than a Little Pizzazz

'Jem and The Holograms: Infinite' Review: More Than a Little Pizzazz

The girls are back and ready for a new adventure in Jem and The Holograms: Infinite, a miniseries running in tandem with The Misfits: Infinite.Jem and the Holograms: Infinite has a gorgeous color palette, courtesy of Sarah Stern It invokes the '80s feel without being too bright, leading to brilliant pages full of pops of color that[...]

One Ticket To Crossed Palms Resort Please Goldie Vance #1 Review

One Ticket To Crossed Palms Resort Please! Goldie Vance #1 Review

Girl power…girl detectives…Nancy Drew meets Veronica Mars…I'm talking about Goldie Vance! From BOOM! Box, Goldie Vance # 1, written by Hope Larson, with art by Brittney Williams needs to be permanently added to your pull list. It's just that good. The story follows 16-year-old Marigold 'Goldie' Vance who lives at a Florida resort with her […]