I've been curious about Yoda's Secret War for a while now. Why wouldn't I be? I love me my favourite space frog, that ancient green lad of fine repute. The war itself, alas, is not altogether my cup of tea. Someone must've pointed out the Mad Max/Earthbender nonsense going on here, and if they did,... Continue Reading →
In search of respite from Jason Aaron's 2015-2018 Doctor Strange run, I've at last decided to take once more on the endless, thankless task that is my weekend column, SUNDAY STAR WARS. There will always be some piece of Star Wars media that steals away my attention for forty-five minutes a week, and I like... Continue Reading →
Compared to the previous volume (The Last Days of Magic), Blood in the Aether is a whole lot of fun.* It's a veritable smorgasbord of familiar faces any Strange fan would love to punch--Baron Mordo, Dormammu, Satana, Night-fricking-mare, and of course, last volume's standout baddie, Misery**. Stephen goes through a number of funny scenarios--nightmare in... Continue Reading →
A wizard and a scientist dude walk into a bar. Wanna see a magic trick, asks the wizard. Haha, wizzerd go brrr, says the Empirikul scientist guy. Then he bashes the wizard's brains in.
I'll be, a Darth Vader comic book that taps deep into the prequel movies without mucking things up. This comic book Greg Pak has succeeded where I would've been skeptical he might, and has done so with flying colours. Speaking of colours, two colour schemes dominate the past and present. Neeraj Menon uses a subdued... Continue Reading →
Previous | Next Hello, friends! Have you heard the word? No, it's not "bird," you brain-addled madperson, it's "brilliant" or "fun" or "stellar"--fine, fine, that's plenty of words. All of them, however, are perfect in encapsulating every single volume of Giant Days I've read thus far; the fourth volume is no exception. This volume opens... Continue Reading →
While browsing my local library last week, I came across a series I'd never seen, never even heard of before: Wayward, written by Jim Zub and with art by Steve Cummings. What caught my eye were the covers of the trade paperback--what I'm using as a feature image is excellent, but some of the others... Continue Reading →