Tag: Entertainment

by Joane - 1 month ago

MOTOR CRUSH #11: Racing Towards the Future

MOTOR CRUSH #11 by Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, and Babs Tarr Plot Art Characterization Summary The intrigue gets more and more interesting with every issue as Domino discovers more about herself and this world of ra...

by Joane - 1 month ago

The Time is Right for SHADE, THE CHANGING WOMAN #2

SHADE, THE CHANGING WOMAN #2 by Cecil Castellucci, Marley Zarcone, Kelly Fitzpartick, Saida Temofonte, and Ande Parks Art Characterization Plot Summary SHADE, THE CHANGING WOMAN #2 is full of emotion and self-reflection, a...

by Joane - 1 month ago

Fighting An Impossible Enemy in GREEN ARROW #39

GREEN ARROW #39 by Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, Marcio Takara, and Marcelo Maiolo begins “The Children Of Vakhar” storyline. Oliver Queen (AKA Green Arrow) has come to a war-torn country to right some wrongs. He finds the situation much worse than...

by Joane - 1 month ago

York Hills Burns in THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #1

THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #1 by Justin Jordan, Philip Tan, and Rain Beredo Art Characterization Plot Summary THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #1 is a fantastic opening issue for what I hope to be a long-running series. Though it has some...

by Joane - 1 month ago

The End is Here in BLACK BOLT #12

The final installment of Saladin Ahmed and Christian James Ward’s impeccable BLACK BOLT series is here. BLACK BOLT #12 brings the resolution to the epic confrontation between our titular hero and The Jailer as well as Crusher Creel’s return from the...

by Joane - 1 month ago

The Past Brings the Pain in ROGUE & GAMBIT #4

Previously in ROGUE & GAMBIT, our titular heroes went on an undercover mission to investigate the mysterious disappearances of mutants on the island of Paraíso. Their time on the island together has spurned a series of unexpected events. Firstly...

by Joane - 1 month ago

Brian Michael Bendis and Jessica Jones: A Retrospective

17 years ago, Brian Michael Bendis, with help from David Mack and Michael Gaydos, created Jessica Jones. From the pages of ALIAS to the DEFENDERS, Bendis has included Jessica in nearly every Earth 616 book he’s written. She starts as a disgruntled...

by Joane - 1 month ago

Introducing DEATHGARDEN: A Dystopian, Multiplayer Blood-Sport

Today, Behaviour Interactive announced DEATHGARDEN: an asymmetrical action game in development for PC. The game takes place in a dystopian world, where a spectacular blood-sport is the most popular form of entertainment.  Players take the role of e...

by Joane - 1 month ago

Fresh and Feminist Sci-Fi in ANGELIC Vol. 1

ANGELIC Vol.1 by Simon Spurrier and Caspar Wijngaard Story Art Characterization Summary In ANGELIC Vol. 1, writer Simon Spurrier and artist Caspar Wijngaard create a post-apocalyptic world that is equal parts adorable and ho...

by Joane - 1 month ago

VENGEANCE, NEVADA #1 Review: Hell Hath No Fury…

VENGEANCE, NEVADA #1 comes to us from first-time comic book author B.J. Mendelson. Artist Piotr Czaplarski brings Mendelson’s characters — the whole cast of them — to life through able ink work and selective use of color. Through their work, we get...

by Joane - 1 month ago

New! SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #1 Review: Genesis of a Series

Coming hot-on-the-heels of the newest video games, SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #1 is the perfect start to this new series. Comprising the veteran Sonic-comic talents of Ian Flynn, Tracy Yardley, Jim Amash (and Tyson Hesse), this comic is pure comfort food fo...