Category: Comic Reviews

Pullbox Reviews: Punchline – Superheroes from a different point of view

Punchline Lone Star Press Written Bill Williams & Donavann Weldon Art by Matthew Weldon & Gardenio Lima Inks by Matthew Weldon Additional art/colors by Rodrigo Aviles Tiago Barsa Jose Lopez Nester Redulla Jr Roman Stevens Alijosa Tomic Issues 1-10 available now Jessie McGrath is an average American girl who, despite some personal family tragedy in […]

Pullbox Reviews: X-O Manowar #1 – A basketball, a Volkswagon, & a manbun… discuss.

X-O Manowar #1 Valiant Entertainment Written by Dennis Hallum Art by Emilio Laiso Colors by Ruth Redmond Letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Cover by Christian Ward Available now! Yet another chapter in the history of Visigoth warrior Aric of Dacia, X-O Manowar, begins. In his time on Earth, Aric has faced challenges that would have crushed […]

Pullbox Reviews: Once & Future #7 – Something legendary this way comes…

Once & Future #7 Boom! Studios Written by Kieron Gillen Illustrated by Dan Mora Colors by Tamra Bonvillain Letters by Ed Dukeshire Cover by Dan Mora Available now! Although Bridgette and Duncan were able to escape the Otherworld, their adventure is only just beginning! As the chaos of Arthur’s return reaches London, an artifact at […]

From the Bookshelf: E-Man – Energy never dies, it’s redirected & redistributed

E-Man: The Early Years Collected Edition published by 1First Comics Originally published by Charlton Comics Co-Created & Written by Nicola Cuti Co-Created & Illustrated by Joe Staton I remember it well, that first stack of comics. As a kid, I spent a lot of time at my grandparents’ house when I was out of school […]

Rich Douek & Alex Cormack Spill the Beans: Sea of Sorrows to Plumb the Depths of Horror!

It’s 1926, and after the War to End All Wars, the world is finally at peace. Rumors of sunken German u-boats laden with gold destined for the United States for munitions trade abound, though none have borne fruit…until now. In the Flemish Cap, 350 miles off the coast of Newfoundland in the north Atlantic, the SS Vagabond and its crew have been hired by a former German naval officer and his sketchy group of treasure hunters to salvage a fortune in gold from his downed submarine…a sinking unreported in German logs and far afield of where any of its peers were known to rest. (13/13)

Pullbox Reviews: Quantum and Woody Issues 1-2 “Hilarious and Outlandish Tale of Dysfunctional Heroes”

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Written by CHRISTOPHER HASTINGS Art by RYAN BROWNE Colors by RUTH REDMOND Letters by HASSAN OTSMANE-ELHAOU As everyone is cooped up inside for the foreseeable future, what better time to pick up a new series? I recently started reading the Quantum and Woody series from the talented minds at Valiant Comics.They may be the worst […]

Killing Red Sonja Explores the She-Devil’s Wake…and Sets Her Up For a Fall!

A spinoff to Russell’s smash run on the main Red Sonja title (the events of this book take place directly after Red Sonja #12), Killing Red Sonja presents the revenge quest of boy-emperor Cyril of Zamora, adopted son of recently-slain evil tyrant Dragan the Magnificent. Made to promise to track his father’s absence, then seek vengeance if he were not to return, the boy, overwhelmed by guilt and duty despite full knowledge of his father’s despotism, heads out in manic chase. (12/13)

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