Category: Pullbox Reviews

Pullbox Reviews: The Clock starts ticking…

People around the world are dying at a horrifying rate of a new, treatment-resistant cancer virus. A cancer that metastasizes in days, and kills within two months. Research suggests the disease targets those who have a genetic predisposition toward cancer cancer. Matt Hawkins and Colleen Doran launch a chilling new cryptothriller from Top Cow/Image Comics (12/13).

Pullbox Reviews: The Gloom – Pulp action, bullets a-flyin’, hilarity ensues…

The Gloom Arcana Studios & MTV Comics Written & Lettered by Tony Lee Illustrated by Dan Boultwood Based on characters & settings created by “Two drunk buys in a bar” Available now! Noir. Pulp. Overly complicated megalomaniacal plots to overthrow the free world. Sarcastic and self-aware dialogue that would get a flinch out of Wade […]

From the Bookshelf: Boris the Bear – Silly ol’ Bear… with a Katana!

Boris the Bear Dark Horse Comics Created by James Dean Smith Written by Randy Stradley & James Dean Smith Story by Mike Richardson Illustrated by James Dean Smith Once upon a time, in a comicbook shop just one county over from where I’m sitting right this second, a young and rabid reader was looking for […]

Pullbox Reviews – Firefly: the Outlaw Ma Reynolds… Still Flying, Still Mighty

Firefly: The Outlaw Ma Reynolds Boom! Studios Written by Greg Pak Illustrated by Davide Gianfelice & George Kambadais Colors by Joana LaFuente Letters by Jim Campbell Available 01-15-2020 BOOM! Studios, in partnership with 20th Century Fox, today revealed a first look at FIREFLY: THE OUTLAW MA REYNOLDS, an oversized special one-shot written by acclaimed writer Greg […]

Pullbox Reviews: Memories From the Civil War Vol.1

Script by Richard MarazanoArt by Jean-Michel PonzioAvailable on: www.Comixology.com http://www.europecomics.com/album/memories-civil-war-v1/ In a not-so-distant future, mankind’s greed and short-sightedness have exhausted the planet. The vast majority of the population lives in misery among the ruins of civilization, while a small, privileged minority continues to enjoy a luxurious existence inside a few fortress-cities scattered around the globe, […]

Pullbox Reviews: Harleen, Or One Woman’s Descent Into Madness…

…the reader witnesses the gradual descent of the character—and sudden birth of Harley Quinn—from her mind’s perspective, as issues in the (DC) world around interact with the young doctor’s experience at Arkham Asylum. The psychology Sejic presents is fascinating, and horridly logical. The birth of Harley Quinn is less a tragic happenstance or star-crossed love story than a cold, malignant evolution. And “Jay” and Harleen’s relationship? Much less a fun Natural Born Killers-esque love story and much more an exploration of psychological abuse and control. (13/13)

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