Category: comiXology

Pullbox Previews Chlobot in the City #1- A chaotic left-of-center waltz through a post-apocalyptic world

Chlobot in the City is a humorous take on the post-apocalypse where humanity has all but been wiped out and giant drunken robots rule the world. It’s a mixture of Clerks, Seinfeld, HP Lovecraft and Mad Max. This is the first issue in a new series which introduces readers to this off-kilter world where sometimes […]

Pullbox Previews Orphans of the Impact Winter #2- Survival isn’t a romp in the Sunday funnies

Orphans of the Impact Winter tells the tale of Chuck and Addie, a young boy and his loyal AustralianShepherd, as they struggle to survive in a near-future where the moon is tumbling from orbit, destined for a collision with Earth. Coping with their harsh reality by imagining they’re space explorers in a vibrant sci-fi world, […]

Pullbox Reviews Eight Limbs- A hard-hitting story about fighting, in and out of the ring

When retired Muay Thai champion Joanna Carr takes in and begins training a troubled foster teen, the fight to keep their new family intact turns out to be her greatest challenge yet. After the devastating loss of her Muay Thai championship title, Joanna decided to walk away from competition, start a family, and open her […]

Pullbox Reviews Space Ghost #1- The Cosmic Vigilante flies again, compliments of Dynamite Comics & David Pepose!

Greed and corruption flourish in the darkness between stars. With the territories of the Galactic Federation spread far and wide across the vastness of space, pirates and hijackers ransack the distant colonies with cruel disregard for the innocent scientists living within them. Yet there is a cosmic vigilante who metes out justice throughout the galaxy, […]

Pullbox Previews Conan T. Barbarian #10- The Age of High Adventure Continues in a new chapter from Titan & Heroic Signatures

BEYOND FLESH. BEYOND DEATH. BEYOND TIME. Conan has traveled far and seen much in his legendary journeys, but nothing he has experienced thus far can prepare him for a quest to lands beyond to answer dark riddles of the past. Unexpected allies await, fierce enemies loom, and the strange power of the Black Stone stirs […]

Pullbox Previews Orphans of the Impact Winter, an imaginative deep dive into a boy & his dog surviving the unsurvivable

Orphans of the Impact Winter (thePullbox reviewed the first preview issue back in October of 2022) is a comic that tells the tale of an imaginative young boy named Chuck and his loyal dog Addie as they struggle to survive in a world where the moon is falling out of the sky. Coping by pretending […]

Pullbox Reviews Redcoat #1, one of three opening issues for the new Ghost Machine… & the hype is real

Reluctantly fighting for Britain during the American Revolution, Simon Pure stumbles upon the Founding Father’s secret mystical organization and inadvertently gains the power of immortality. Jaded by humanity over the decades, Simon becomes a cheeky mercenary looking for a hot meal and to make some easy money while pursued by an endless list of deadly […]

Pullbox Previews Phantoms of the Lake, a story all the way from Kenya & available right now for your Kindle. Like magic!

The “Guardian of Light” has failed, and no Bannerman is willing to volunteer after the previous five failed to perform the “Ritual of Stars”. “Phantoms of the Lake” follows a Ah’etta, of the Vvenda people, a nation who settled on an archipelago after their ancestors were displaced by strange humanoid beings known as “Phantoms”. And […]

Pullbox Editorial, featuring Ultimate Spider-Man #1- You can stay in your lane, but you’ll get run over if you just sit there

This isn’t a review, just some observations that have come up in recent conversations (but yes, Ultimate Spider-Man #1 was a good book). I’ve heard a lot of talk about where the comic book industry is heading, whether it’s in its final days, and what we might need to do to maintain the status quo. […]

Pullbox Reviews Nice Jewish Boys #1- “Brotherhood, bar mitzvahs, and betrayal.”

Behind a backdrop of synagogues and Sabbath meals, three childhood best friends are embroiled in a delicate triangle of crime, cops, guilt, and gefilte fish, when this Jewish suburban crime story comes to an explosive head at a bar mitzvah packed with blintzes and betrayal. “Nice Jewish Boy” Jake Levin had no clue what he […] is a part of ThePullbox LLC © 2007-2024