Tag: review

by Joane - 6 months ago

Video Games and Friendship in PIZZA BOYZ: SEASON ONE

PIZZA BOYZ: SEASON ONE BY SPENCER SCOTT HOLMES Plot 80% Characterization 85% Art 80% Summary PIZZA BOYZ: SEASON ONE casts a very familiar eye over friendships we've all had in the past. While it feels nostalgic, its real str...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Love is in the Apocalypse in SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #24

The gang may have to confront something much scarier than real monsters. Their feelings. In SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #24, J.M. DeMatteis and Keith Giffen have written a story that digs deep into these beloved characters and their love lives. Can a little r...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Birds of a Feather in BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY #21

BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY #21 BY SHAWNA BENSON, JULIE BENSON and ROGE ANTONIO. Art Characterization Plot Summary From the awesome artwork by Roge Antonio to the incredibly fast-paced storyline by Shawna and Julie Benson,...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Donna Troy Joins the Fight in TITANS #22

TITANS #22 by Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier, Alex Hennessy, and Adriano Lucas Art Characterization Plot Summary TITANS #22 feels a bit drawn out. While the characterization of the Brain and Monsieur Mallah finally answered some...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Caden Park Goes to School in THE IMMORTAL MEN #1

THE IMMORTAL MEN #1 by James Tynion IV, Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair Art Characterization Plot Summary James Tynion IV has crafted a fantastic entry for DC's New Age of Heroes. While the prominent focus on worl...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Doom Comes for Victor’s Head in RUNAWAYS #8

RUNAWAYS #8 by Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, and Triona Tree Farrell Art Characterization Plot Summary RUNAWAYS #8 is a near-perfect success. While some of the plot-lines fall a bit to the wayside, the overarching story excites...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Seneca Gets Powered Up in GOD COMPLEX #5

GOD COMPLEX #5 by Paul Jenkins, Hendry Prasetya, and Sunny Gho Art Characterization Plot Summary While some of its more obscure science fiction concepts don't quite feel grounded enough, GOD COMPLEX #5 delivers on nearly eve...