Category: Pullbox Reviews

Pullbox Reviews: Mine to Avenge #2 – Action, action, action… from the past & into the future

Mine to Avenge: The Book of Layla #2 Evoluzione Publishing Created & Written by Robert Jeffrey II Illustrated by Matteo Illuminati Colors & Letters by Loris Ravina Edited by Marcel Dupree & Greg Anderson Elysee Live on Kickstarter! In 1833, a little girl escaped from the house of horrors that was the LaLaurie mansion in […]

Pullbox Reviews: Angel #1 – That chiseled chin. That brooding brow. The Hair!

Angel #1 Boom! Studios Written by Bryan Edward Hill Art by Gleb Melnikov Colors by (pages 1-9) Gleb Melnikov & (pages 10-20) Gabriel Cassata Letters by Ed Dukeshire Created by Joss Whedon Available now! BOOM! Studios, along with visionary writer and director Joss Whedon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Marvel’s The Avengers), presents the shocking reimagining […]

Pullbox Interviews Frank Gogol, Creator and Writer of Dead End Kids

Dead End Kids, a new 3-issue miniseries coming this July from Frank Gogol, Nenad Cviticanin, and Sean Rinehart, the creative team behind 2018’s critical hit GRIEF. Source Point Press is publishing and was able to get me in touch with DEK writer, Frank Gogol. I hope I get a change to meet Frank and con […]

Pullbox Reviews: Jughead’s Time Police #1- The River of Time runs through Riverdale

Jughead’s Time Police #1 Archie Comics Written by Sina Grace Art by Derek Charm Coloring by Matt Herms Lettering by Jack Morelli In stores 6-12-19 When Jughead messes up his Riverdale Annual Bake-Off pie recipe so terribly, he is disqualified and banned from all future Bake-Offs! Jug goes to unthinkable lengths to fix his error: […]

Pullbox Reviews: Jeepers Creepers Vol.1 Trail of the Beast.

Review by Lily the Intern #LilytheIntern Jeepers Creepers Vol 1 – (Dynamite / Andreyko / Baal) – Grad student Devin Toulson is writing his dream thesis on Myths in American History, but when his research takes him on a journey reaching back centuries, Devin finds something horrifying. Something that crosses cultures, locations, and eras. Something […]

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