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Darth Vader Vol 01: Dark Heart of The Sith Review by Greg Pak
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 →
Giant Days Vol. 04 by John Allison – Graphic Novel Review
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 →
Wayward Vol. 01 “String Theory” by Jim Zub and Steve Cummings—Graphic Novel Review
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 →