Category: Pullbox Reviews

Pullbox Reviews: Lands of Toons 1-3: Be kind to your cartoon characters… you don’t know how rough they have it

Lands of Toons 1-3 Created & Written by Kevin Chilcoat Illustrated, Colored, & Lettered by Hayley Russell Andrew Morrice Mangus the Monkey & Zookeeper Ted are at the top of the game. They follow their script, take their lumps, and if poor Ted takes more of a beating than Mangus it’s all in the name […]

Pullbox Reviews: Mars Attacks Red Sonja #3- Switch off, sit back, & enjoy the pulpy crossover goodness…

Mars Attacks Red Sonja #3 Dynamite Entertainment Written by John Layman Art by Fran Strukan Colors by Valentia Briški Letters by Taylor Esposito Main Cover (pictured) by Arthur Suydam Red Sonja based on a character created by Robert E. Howard Mars Attacks created by Len Wood, Wally Wood, & Norman Saunders Cards originally produced by […]

Pullbox Reviews: Blake Undying #1 – Full of Gallows Humor… you’ll either get it (love it) or you won’t (hate it)

Blake Undying #1 Digital Fiasco Created & Written by Jason Cook Art by Ezequiel Rubio Additional Colors by Jovanna Plata Letters by Nikki Sherman Blake Carson is having a bad day. His bank account is drained, his career is going nowhere, and his ex-girlfriend won’t return his calls. Also, he can’t die. So at least […]

Pullbox Reviews: Atlantis Wasn’t Built For Tourists #2 – Vampires in the Pacific Northwest… but no sparkles

Welcome to the Pacific Northwest… where there be Monsters Atlantis Wasn’t Built For Tourists #2 Scout Comics Created & Written by Eric Palicki Art by Wendell Cavalcanti Colors by Mark Dale Letters by Shawn Lee Cover by Caspar Wijngaard Coming soon, October 2020 Welcome to Atlantis, Oregon, a quiet little town where Sheriff Paul Jensen […]

Pullbox Reviews: Penultiman Looks at Life as Second Best

Out now from Ahoy Comics is the first issue of Penultiman, a new monthly by Tom Peyer and Alan Robinson. Set (mostly) in the modern day, the book examines what it feels like to be the reject of one’s own culture despite being a hero to another. Think Superman, as an adult, only his planet didn’t destruct, but instead said, “Nah. You’re not quite good enough for us.” (12/13)

Pullbox Reviews: Dark Nights: Death Metal Multiverse’s End #1

Writer: James Tynion IV Artist: Juan Gedeon Colorist: Mike Spicer Letterer: Rus Wooton Perpetua, mother of all existence, has culled all life and creation in the Multiverse, condensing all beings to one planet: Earth-Prime. In her quest for power and dominance, she rules absolutely and in totality, using her children—the Monitors and Anti-Monitors—as her heralds […]

Pullbox Reviews Edgeworld #1- Strange things afoot on the edge of space…

Edgeworld #1 ComiXology Originals Written by Chuck Austen Illustrated by Patrick Olliffe Colors by Lee Loughridge Letters & Design by Jodi Wynne Edited by Bis Stringer Horne Available now! Meet former United Authority soldier Killian Jess. As the ranking Magistrate of Rush, capital of the planet Pala, he’s got a lot happening. On any given […]

Pullbox Reviews: The Vain #1 Not Your Typical Vampire Story (Spoiler Alert!)

Writer: Eliot Rahal (@eliotrahal)Artist: Emily Pearson (@emilypearsonart), Fred C. Stresing (@FredCStresing), Crank!Publisher: Oni Press (@OniPress) Chicago, 1941. A blood bank is held up in a robbery, but no cash is taken—only blood. It’s the latest in a string of similar crimes and FBI Agent Felix Franklin is certain it’s part of a wider plot. But the […]

Pullbox Reviews: Andraste #1- History wasn’t always rainbows & puppies…

Andraste 1 Available now on ComiXology (issue 2 coming soon) Print edition of volume 1 available through the Kickstarter Written by Honor Vincent Illustrated by Abel Cicero (pencils) Unai De Zarate (inks) Colors by DC Alonso Letters by Micah Myers Cover by Ariel Colon Call it Peace Aithne reflects on her first meeting with the […]

Pullbox Reviews: Titan- Life, labor, & love… in space

Titan Oni Press Created, Written, & Illustrated by Francois Vigneault Edited by Grace Bornhoft In shops November 11, 2020 The mining colony of Homestead Station, established over a century ago, has been tasked with processing hydrocarbons for use in the production of carbon-based energy. To handle the work under the harsh conditions of Saturn’s moon, […]

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