Category: Comic Reviews

Pullbox Reviews: By the Horns #1 – A swords & ray guns fantasy, with magic, monsters, & soup for everyone…

Elodie hates unicorns. For nearly a year, she’s dedicated her life to tracking down and killing them all for trampling her husband, Shintaro. Now exiled from her farming village of Wayfarer for selfishly neglecting her duties, Elodie and her half wolf/half deer companion, Sajen, search the continent of Solothus for clues to the whereabouts of […]

Pullbox Reviews: Maximo Raw – A hyper violent grindhouse throwback that Does. Not. Stop…

Maximo Raw Created, Written, & Illustrated by Laurent Minassian Coming soon to Kickstarter! Lou & Samantha Smith have a problem. Lou owes gambling den proprietor Bobby Baccarat $2000, and can’t even come close to paying it off. He’s already hocked Samantha’s engagement ring, but promised said ring to Bobby as collateral. Now Bobby wants his […]

Pullbox Bookshelf Review: X-Men & Alpha Flight 1 & 2

X-Men/Alpha Flight 1 & 2 (1985) Marvel Comics Written by Chris Claremont Pencils by Paul Smith Before Loki became a household name… unless you’re of Nordic descent, in which case Loki & his homies have always been reasonably well known… and before he was the cheeky quasi-hero as played by the ever charming Tom Hiddleston, […]

Pullbox Reviews: The Bridgebuilder’s Creed – Never too old to learn & grow…

The Bridgebuilder’s Creed Created, Written, & Illustrated by Shawn Daley Now live on Kickstarter (fully funded in 2 hours & 47 minutes!) As ten of the brightest minds in the land, the Bridgebuilders of Terraquill travel from province to province, crafting infrastructure where it’s needed most. Life was good. But then there was war. Bryatt “Yodel” Yodleson, […]

Pullbox Reviews: Young Hellboy Goes on a Pulp Adventure in The Hidden Land!

Thomas Sniegoski and Mike Mignola are clearly having a blast with this one, and their joy is our gain. Young Hellboy is a rip-roaring fun time, hitting all the right notes of a world-hopping pulp adventure. The voice of child Hellboy is extremely well executed(as you’d of course expect, given this writing tandem): you’ve got elements and hints at the mannerisms of the adult HB-to-come, bits of his humor, but via the lens of a young child, fascinated with everything and happy to fly off on an adventure with his adored (but frequently absent) father-figure. (13/13)

Pullbox Reviews: Orcs! #1 – Adventure, a Ninja Orc, & savage wildlife

Orcs! Boom! Studios Created, Written & Illustrated by Christine Larsen With special thanks to H.E. Gregory for Flats Variant covers by Sweeney Boo Miguel Mercado Available February 10th, 2021 For fans of The Adventure Zone and Critical Role, meet Bog and his misfit crew of Orcs as they adventure through the Known World courtesy of […]

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