Articles Posted in the " Comic Books " Category

  • “The Surgeon” Is a Timely Update to the Post-Apocalyptic Trend

    There are a lot of post-apocalyptic comics out there, but The Surgeon somehow manages to feel fresh. The newest project from Unlikely Heroes Studios has a sense of reality to it, like things could actually happen this way. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, though. The appealing mix of rich characters, low-key social commentary and fun, pseudo-Western […]





  • The Walking Dead Volume 28 Review: A Certain Doom

    WARNING: This article contains spoilers through “A Certain Doom”, Volume 28 (issues 163-168) of The Walking Dead comics. As a long-time fan of The Walking Dead comics, I don’t like admitting this…but with “A Certain Doom”, it seems past time for this series to end. This may seem like a sudden change of heart for […]


  • Nightwing #29 Review, Dark Nights: Metal Tie-in

    Issue #29 of Nightwing is a “Dark Nights: Metal” tie-in story.  It opens with Mr. Freeze facing the Batman Who Laughs. Which only confuses Mr. Freeze. Was he talking to Batman or the Joker?  The Batman-like creature only responds that he is, “Something more, from down, down, down among the gnashing teeth. A place colder […]





  • Korra and Asami Are Getting Bi: Turf Wars Part 1 Review

    Turf Wars is the long awaited comic series adaptation of the Nickelodeon television show, The Legend of Korra, written by Michael DiMartino and illustrated by Irene Koh. It starts off immediately where the finale left us: our heroines Korra and Asami off for a romantic vacation in the spirit world.   In the aftermath of […]