Tag: Action

Pullbox Reviews: Rags #3 – No rest for the weary (and still no pants…)

Rags #3 Story by Brian Ball & Trent Luther Art by Luigi Teruel Colors by Capucine Drapala Edited by Debbie Holland Starring Liz “the Gingerarchy” Finnegan As Regina Ragowski Rags is on the Twitter! Having escaped the chaos of the Super-Store, Regina finds herself struggling to prevent having a mental breakdown. She finds what she […]

Pullbox Previews: Skybourne, collected hardcover edition

Skybourne, collected hardcover Boom! Studios Created, Written, & Illustrated by Frank Cho Arthurian legend is alive and well in the modern world, including mythical creatures, fantastical locales, and the one true sword of the king, Excalibur. But when the evil Merlin returns to lay claim to the impossible weapon, only one man can stand in […]

Pullbox Previews: Wolverton, Thief of Impossible Objects #2, LIVE on Kickstarter

Wolverton, Thief of Impossible Objects #2 Now LIVE on Kickstarter! Written by Michael Stark & Terrell Garrett Art by Jackie Lewis Cover by DEREK RODENBECK WOLVERTON, THIEF OF IMPOSSIBLE OBJECTS KICKSTARTS THEIR SECOND ISSUE! When Hollywood told two schmucks in Atlanta that their screenplay had to be a comic book first, they hemmed and hawed, […]

Pullbox Reviews: John Wick #1- Before the Boogeyman…

John Wick #1 Dynamite Entertainment Written by Greg Pak Art by Giovanni Valletta Colors by Inlight Studios Letters by Tom Napolitano Edited by Anthony Marques Available 11-29-2017 When a young John Wick emerges from prison and embarks upon his first, epic vendetta, he comes up against a strange, powerful community of assassins and must learn […]

Pullbox Reviews: Skybourne #1 (of 5) – Action, mayhem, and a Sword!

Skybourne #1 (of 5) Boom! Studios Created, Written, & Illustrated by Frank (#Outrage) Cho Colors by Marcio Menyz Letters by Ed Dukeshire A new, original series from celebrated creator Frank Cho (Totally Awesome Hulk, Savage Wolverine)! Full of fast-paced action, Skybourne is Indiana Jones meets James Bond with fantasy elements thrown in. Cho describes it […]

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