The One


Rick Veitchs The One #6 Review: The Beatles References that Never Were

Rick Veitch's The One #6 Review: The Beatles References that Never Were

Humanity has two choices: join the One or join the Other Egypt now faces the same choice as she falls from a toppling skyscraper Doc is drugged out across the ruined New York and barely gripping onto reality The U.S government is taking a victory lap in Bog’s defeat, but they are celebrating far too[...]

Rick Veitchs The One #5 Review: Bizarre Intriguing and Unnerving

Rick Veitch's The One #5 Review: Bizarre, Intriguing, and Unnerving

Meanwhile, Egypt is wandering the decimated city in fear, and Doc has another run-in with the One.[caption id="attachment_859210" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rick Veitch's the One #5 cover by Rick Veitch[/caption]The fifth installment of Rick Veitch’s The One is an odd mixture of further waxing philosophy while two godlike men destroy a city with their mere collisions.This[...]

Rick Veitchs the One #4 Review: Amelia vs Bog and the Ripped-Off Face

Rick Veitch's the One #4 Review: Amelia vs Bog and the Ripped-Off Face

Back with Larry, Egypt, Guda, and the Doc, Larry continues his bizarre transformations.[caption id="attachment_842850" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The One #4 cover by Rick Veitch[/caption]The tension and action increases with The One #4 Superhumans rage across both Moscow and New York, and people are being swiftly and brutally killed in their wake The comic doesn’t mince words[...]

Rick Veitchs The One #3 Review: Psychedelic and Strangely Compelling

Rick Veitch's The One #3 Review: Psychedelic and Strangely Compelling

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Larry flies to the North Pole with the One and meets the more human half of the being On the way, the One and Larry meet one half of America’s superhuman team Egypt sees the darkest depths of Jay-Hole’s selfishness and his infection with the Other Gob continues to rampage through Moscow, and Premiere[...]


The One #1 Review: A Blast from the Past Thats Still Very Relevant

The One #1 Review: A Blast from the Past That's Still Very Relevant

Suddenly, the first supermen appear, leaving the world even more reeling than before.[caption id="attachment_802606" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The One #1 cover by Rick Veitch[/caption]Rick Veitch’s the One is a biting and macabre allegory of both the Cold War and the idea of superheroes in that chaotic environment.For those who don’t know, this IDW publishing of the[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of February 28th 2017: Mera Goes Solo Terrifics Unite and Spectacular #300

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of February 28th, 2017: Mera Goes Solo, Terrifics Unite, and Spectacular #300

This one is brought to you by Justin Jordan and Eleonora Carlini.[caption id="attachment_802608" align="aligncenter" width="585"] Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #1 cover by Fiona Staples[/caption]Jim Henson's Labyrinth: Coronation #1Boom! Studios adds a prequel entry to the beloved Labyrinth film, focusing on a different young woman attempting to save a boy from the Goblin King. Simon Spurrier and Daniel Bayliss take the helm of this recreation[...]

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

Star Trek: The Next Generation Travel to the Mirror Universe in IDW May 2018 Solicits

if he could just stop everyone from trying to kill him! Over-the-top Ominous action from Ron Marz and Andy Smith! FC • 32 pages • $3.99Demi-God #3—Cover B: Lee Moder Ron Marz (w) • Andy Smith (a) • Lee Moder (c) FC • 32 pages • $3.99 Bullet points:        Variant cover by David Williams!Rick Veitch’s The One #4 (of[...]

Matrix Fans Neo is Coming from Hot Toys and Whoa Does He Look Good

Matrix Fans! Neo is Coming from Hot Toys, and Whoa, Does He Look Good

Like other Hot Toys figures, this one features a magnificent portrait of series star Keanu Reeves and many, many accessories.In the binary world with one and zero codes, are you a zero, or The One? The legendary and widely acclaimed Sci-Fi blockbuster The Matrix has created a tremendous impact on cinema and pop-culture with its concepts and[...]


Iron Fist #5 Review: A Masterpiece Of A Kung Fu Comic

Iron Fist #5 Review: A Masterpiece Of A Kung Fu Comic

It is an incredible book, and this trend continues with the explosive finale to The Trial of the Seven Masters.This issue is a knockdown drag-out fight between Iron Fist and the Wolf, who [spoiler] turns out to be from K’un Lun himself, being the One from the Trial of the One of the initiation of the[...]