Category: Pullbox Reviews

Pullbox Reviews: Blade Runner 2029 #1 in a brand new arc of Replicants & high impact weapons

Blade Runner 2029 Titan Comics Written by Mike Johnson Art by Andres Guinaldo Colors by Marco Lesko Letters by Jim Campbell Edited by David Leach Creative Consultants Michael Green K. Perkins Mello Brown Available in January, 2021 Aahna “Ash” Ashina was one of the best Blade Runners to ever claim the title until she had […]

Pullbox Reviews: Rivers of London volume 8: the Fey & the Furious

Rivers of London vol 8: The Fey & the Furious Titan Comics Written by Ben Aaronovitch Andrew Cartmel Art by Lee Sullivan Mariano Laclaustra Colors by Paulina Vassileva Color-Ice Letters by Rob Steen Available now Amazon (paperback) Kindle & ComiXology (digital) Trouble never lies far from the race track. When a flash car belonging to […]

Pullbox Reviews: Black Cotton #1 – Discussing Racial Disparity in an Alternate World

Elijah Cotton, the modern patriarch of the Cotton family and business mogul of Black Cotton Ventures, tries to manage the public outrage and fallout from his police officer son, Zion Cotton’s, shooting of a young white woman. Meanwhile, Qia Cotton, the only daughter of Eljiah and the CEO of Black Cotton Ventures, attempts to assuage […]

Pullbox Reviews: Amelia Sky Has to Save the World…After She Finds Her Parents!

Amelia Sky’s world has been flipped upside-down and sideways. Waking a month after having been separated from her parents during an apparent alien invasion, one which saw the majority of humanity either slain or sent to an off-world sanctuary (and during which her own father sought to kill her to avoid her capture by a mysterious and as-yet unidentified “they”), she finds herself alone in a world now dominated by shriekers, a horrid spider-like alien creature (similar to the invaders in A Quiet Place) which feeds off human life force. Making her way into a ravaged world, she befriends a stray dog, and her adventure through the wasteland to find her parents begins. (10.5/13)

Pullbox Reviews The O.Z. #1- Follow the Yellow Brick Road & Beware “Darwin’s Revenge”

The O.Z. #1 Written by David Pepose Art by Ruben Rojas Colors by Whitney Cogar Letters by DC Hopkins Dubbed by thePullbox’s own Andy P. “the Trope Slayer”, David Pepose has once again set his sights on a beloved classic, and gutted it like a fish. Since his debut title Spencer & Locke, followed up […]

Pullbox Reviews: Impure Blood #1 – Gladiators, shady deals, & the worst birthday ever…

Impure Blood, volume 1 NA Squared Written by Nadja Baer Illustrated by Nathan Lueth Available now www.impurebloodwebcomic.com www.Nathanluethillustration.com Amazon (paperback) ComiXology Dubbed the “Abomination” because of his appearance, enslaved gladiator, Roan, carries within his human body the blood of a mystical and nearly extinct race known as the Ancients. He jumps at the prospect of […]

Pullbox Reviews – Firefly: Watch How I Soar Offers Glimpses Into Everyone’s Favorite Space Jockey

All in all, How I Soar is a nice collection of well-written pastiches examining Wash’s life and character development, offering depth and backstory to a character who’d had little in the way of such previously. The tales are lovingly told by creators as appreciative of their source as any fan, and not without their occasional emotional gut punch, and Alan Tudyk’s conflict-avoidant, star-loving pilot’s sardonic wit issues forth loud and clear in every one. (11/13)

Pullbox (Re)Reviews Buzzard #2- All in good clean… okay slightly tarnished… maybe on the filthy side… whatever… fun!

Buzzard #2 Wolf Cave Comics Created & Written by Andrea Wolf Illustrated by Ezequiel Assis Live & fully funded on Kickstarter! (issues 1 & 2 available) Welcome to modern Britain: a lost land where folks look for meaning in bizarre places, with devastating results. CEOs double as vigilantes, bored millionaires role-play as neo-Nazis and jaded […]

Pullbox Reviews: TKO Drops a Supernatural Noir Classic in Lonesome Days, Savage Nights!

With enough shadow and grit that you might need to wash your face and brush your teeth afterward, Lonesome Days, Savage Nights is a Dashiell Hammett meets Universal Monsters pulp noir masterpiece. Salvatore Simeone’s tale, as spun by Simeone and Steve Niles, weaves the classic werewolf mythos into an ebon dark story of pain, regret and revenge that left me with a nasty thirst for more. (13/13)

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