Articles Posted in the " Comic Books " Category

  • Discover the Fantastical Work of Writer/Illustrator S.M. Vidaurri!

    For an entire generation of children, Jim Henson was the master of their imaginations. His legacy lives on through Archaia Entertainment’s limited series re-launch of The Storyteller, the first issues written and illustrated by S.M. Vidaurri. Vidaurri, who has worked in a variety of mediums and weaves folklore with classical-inspired art, took time out from […]


  • Thor #2 Review: The Goddess of Thunder

    The Goddess of Thunder returned this month ready to fight off an army of Frost Giants – and it was awesome. With the way things are going I wouldn’t be surprised if Thor ends up becoming one of the best comic book series from Marvel. This issue began with Thor picking up Mjolnir on the […]


  • The Walking Dead Volume 22 Review: A New Beginning

    WARNING: Spoilers through Volume 22 (issues 127-132) of The Walking Dead comics. The newest volume of The Walking Dead is comprised of issues 127-132. As several of the most recent volumes have focused entirely on the war with Negan, having that [supposedly, hopefully] end in Volume 21 made me more excited than usual to read […]


  • Captain Marvel #8 Review

      To quote the issue, “where were we?” So when we last left Carol, her, Rocket, Tic, and Chewie were about Harrison being attacked. I have to say the whole Flerken thing was weird to say the least. Even stranger when you find out it’s a cat with giant tentacles. I mean like giant ones… […]


  • Ms. Marvel # 9 Review: Generation Why Part 2

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel revealed more about Kamala’s powers and her determination to save New Jersey. She also got to meet Medusa, queen of the Inhumans. Last month’s issue of Ms. Marvel ended with a cliffhanger, and I was really worried about her well-being. She wasn’t doing much damage to the giant robot […]


  • Storm # 4 Review: Death of Wolverine

    Issue 4 of Storm started the first major story arc for the weather controlling mutant. It involved stepping into Wolverine’s shoes and meeting an old friend. I have nothing against Storm getting an arc, but I enjoyed the one-shots the series began with. There are a lot of superhero titles out there where the main characters […]


  • Robbie Thompson at NYCC: Silk and Supernatural

    For the last interview of NYCC 2014, I had the amazing chance to talk to Robbie Thompson from Supernatural who was there for the Marvel SpiderVerse panel promoting Silk, a new ongoing series from Marvel Comics that starts in February 2015 and centered around Cindy Moon (recently introduced in Amazing Spider-Man). Bandit: So, how are […]



  • Thor #1 Review: If He Be Worthy

    This week marked the debut of the female Thor (remember, not She-Thor or Lady Thor!), and though I had my doubts about it at first, the issue turned out to be one of the best comic books I’ve read in a while! Proceed with caution for spoilers! I have to be honest; I’m not a […]


  • Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1 Review

    If I were to use one word to describe the new Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier book it would be BEAUTIFUL. The first thing that grabs you is Marco Rudy’s art. It is unlike any book I have ever seen and I am smitten. Honestly, it feels so hypnagogic that one would think it better […]