REVIEW: ‘Revenge’ #3

(Image Comics, 2014)

Story by Jonathan Ross
Art by Ian Churchill
Lettering by Richard Starkings and Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancourt
Coloring by Arif Prianto and Ian Churchill

There are many times I bewail my inability to get to a comic store weekly.  To work at one would be a dream, especially when something like Revenge #3 is sitting on the shelf.

I know.  In recent years, with the popularity of horror comics coming back, the cover images on comics have become Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘American Vampire: Second Cycle’ #1

(Vertigo/DC Comics, 2014)

Written by Scott Snyder
Artwork by Rafael Albuquerque
Color Artwork by Dave McCaig
Lettering by Steve Wands

Skinner Sweet and Pearl Jones, the undead stars or Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque’s epic horror story American Vampire, are back after an extended hiatus and having just read the first issue of the second cycle, I can tell you it is worth the wait. Continue reading

REVIEW: “Bela Lugosi’s Tales From the Grave” #4

(Monsterverse, July 2013)

Review by Brad Gischia

Publisher/Editor – Kerry Gammill
Writers – Mark Finn, Lowell Isaac, Ed Polgardy,
Michael Leal, Kerry Gammill
Artists – John Lucas, Bill Sienkiewicz, Lowell Isaac,
Rob Brown, Nik Poliwko, Kerry Gammill

*This is not exactly a new book, but also not that old, having come out in July. Here’s to back orders and overstock my friends!

While giving a grumbling congratulation to the Boston Red Sox for their World Series victory, one cannot overlook the importance of a manager. John Farrell took a last place team to first place in the span of a year with very little change in the assembled talent. Continue reading