Takeshi Miyazawa

Mech Cadet Yu #10 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #10 Review: Getting Your Parents Involved

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Buddy rockets back to Earth, leaving Yu behind with the other Mech Cadets and the Engineering Corps. On Earth, General Park has brought the cadets' parents to base to convince them to come home. Yu wants Buddy back, but Buddy knows the best hope for Earth is to give up his core for […]

Mech Cadet Yu #9 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #9 Review: An Underwhelming Monster vs. Mech Battle

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Tanaka, the Mech Cadets, and the Engineering Corps are on the approach to the Sharg mothership. General Park tries in vain to get them to head back, but the team is determined to save the Earth without sacrificing their Mechs. Tanaka and the Mech Cadets are to keep the main Sharg forces busy […]

Mech Cadet Yu #8 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #8 Review: An Exciting Anime-Inspired Mech Showdown

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Skip Tanaka and the Mech Cadets are making their way to the Sharg mothership when Central Command begins scrambling to get the Mechs back. They believe the Hero Force Two is the only way to beat the Sharg, and, to power the Hero Force Two, they must kill Robos and use their hearts. […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 04/04/18

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

It's time for that time-honored tradition of a doofy guy with pretensions of being an expert on the subject telling you what comics you should look for at your comic shop this week. That's right, it's time to figure out what comics should go in your pull box on April 4th, 2018. For the full […]

Check in on Regular Show 25 Years Later: BOOM! Studios June 2018 Solicits

New miniseries, By Night from writer John Allison and artist Christine Larsen, begins, you can hate Mondays once more with Garfield Homecoming, and see how things turn out with Regular Show: 25 Years Later. All of this plus Adventure Time, Power Rangers, Planet of the Apes, WWE, and plenty of others are revealed in the Boom! Studios June 2018 solicits. Details below.   APR181089 BY NIGHT #1 […]

Mech Cadet Yu #7 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #7 Review: What is Central Command Planning?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] After the destruction of the Sky Corps Academy, the Mech Cadets are taken to Central Command to prepare for all-out war against the Sharg. However, Yu, Park, and Captain Takana discover that Central Command may have some less savory tactics in mind for winning the war. Mech Cadet Yu #7 slows down to […]

Mech Cadet Yu #6 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Raul Angulo

Mech Cadet Yu #6 Review: The Power of Teamwork and the Charm of Optimism

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Our Mech Cadets are getting a breather when Sharg infants, which are still about the size of a bull, begin raging through the base. On their own and separated from their Mechs, the Cadet Pilots must rely on their wit and each other to survive this threat. Mech Cadet Yu #6 succeeds in […]

Mech Cadet Yu #4 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Triona Farell

Mech Cadet Yu #4 Review: First Contact For The Cadets

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Our four mech cadet pilots, Stanford, Park, Sanchez, and Olivetti, are locked in battle with a Sharg which just made Earthfall. The general is livid with the team for engaging the monster, and he is scrambling mechs to intercept, but the only ones available are severely damaged. Worse yet, Park's Hero Force begins […]

Mech Cadet Yu #3 cover by Takeshi Miyazawa and Triona Farrell

Mech Cadet Yu #3 Review: Exciting, Charming, And All-Around Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Sharg appear to have returned, and Earth is on high alert. Mech Cadets are being sent out to stop them, but only the more experienced and trained cadets. This leaves Yu, Park, Sanchez, and Olivetti to stay back, train, and aid in the war effort. Tensions between Yu and Park remain high, […]

A Whimsical Book With A Strong Female Lead: The Princess Who Saved Herself

I was lucky enough to attend The Princess Who Saved Herself panel at Special Edition: NYC this past Saturday. I couldn't help but purchase the book after being in the same room with writer Greg Pak, and songwriter Jonathan Coulton. It was clear that they had put so much passion and heart into the project, […]

Exclusive First Looks At Magnus: Robot Fighter #7 And Turock: Dinosaur Hunter #8

With the final order cutoff coming up for these two Gold Key book from Dynamite, they have sent us an exclusive set of pages each to get readers excited and to have them ask their local retailers to order them a copy. Here we get Magnus: Robot Fighter #7 and Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #8. Other Dynamite titles with FOC's coming […]

Code Monkey Save World Now Brings Us A Princess Who Saves Herself

A Kickstarter for a new graphic novel based on the songs of Jonathan Coulton, written by Greg Pak and drawn by Takeshi Miyazawa has done rather well for itself so far. Raising $215,977 from its target of $39,000 from 5308 backers with 8 days to go, it has just delivered another surprise in the form […]