Review: John Flood #2

(Boom! Studios-2015)

Writer- Justin Jordan

Artist- Jorge Coelho

Colorist- Tamra Bonvillain

Letterer- Ed Dukeshire

Editor- Ian Brill

When I first saw the cover of John Flood #1 my brain instantly went to Dave McKean’s Hellblazer covers of the late 80’s and 90’s. Continue reading

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Review: John Flood #1

(Boom! Studios 2015)

Written by Justin Jordan

Illustrated by Jorge Coelho

Colors by Tamra Bonvillain

Letters by Ed Dukeshire

We all wonder what we could do with less sleep. But the goals that we set for ourselves during those sleepless times are shortsighted and often unrealistic. Continue reading

REVIEW: ‘In The Dark: A Horror Anthology’

(Tiny Behemoth Press & IDW Publishing, 2014)

Edited by Rachel Deering

Writers – (in order of appearance) Cullen Bunn, Justin Jordan, Rachel Deering, Michael Moreci, Steve Seeley, Mike Oliveri, Steve Niles, Tim Seeley, Christopher Sebella, Tom Taylor, James Tynion IV, Duane Swiercynski, Matthew Down Smith, F. Paul Wilson, Scott Snyder, Sean E. Williams, Brian Keene, Jody Leheup, Nate Southard, Thomas Boatwright, Ed Brisson, Paul Tobin, Valerie D’Orazio, and Marguerite Bennett Continue reading

REVIEW: ‘Dead Body Road’ #3

(Image Comics, 2014)

Written by Justin Jordan
Artwork by Matteo Scalera
Color Artwork by Moreno DiNisio
Lettering by Pat Brosseau

Justin Jordan begins to show what he has up his sleeve just a bit with the third issue of this intriguing and brutally poetic crime drama. The main character, Orson Gage is an amalgamation of contradictory qualities; he’s a good cop gone bad and back again, he’s a chivalrous brawler Continue reading

REVIEW: “Shadowman” #6

(Valiant Entertainment, 2013)

Review by Jose Sagastume

WRITER:  Justin Jordan
ARTISTS: Patrick Zircher, Lee Garbett,
and Neil Edwards
COLOR ARTWORK: Brian Reber & Guy Major

Issue 6 of Shadowman starts off immediately where we last left of with Master Darque and Baron Samedi coming to an agreement; in exchange for power the aging and almost forgotten god must kill Shadowman. Meanwhile on Earth Shadowman and Alyssa stop a group that is kidnapping children and using their nightmares to create an expensive drug called Soma.  At the same time we find out that Dr. Mirage has come in search of Dox to deliver a warning, but is it too late? Continue reading

REVIEW: “Deathstroke” #16

(DC Comics, 2013)

Reviewed by Chris Ambrosio

WRITER: Justin Jordan
PENCILS: Edgar Salazar
INKS: Scott Hanna
COLOR ART: Juan Fernandez

Deathstroke issue #16 finishes up a 2 book arc, by the talent honed Justin Jordan, along with the handy work of Edgar Salazar. Deathstroke being one of my favorite ongoing series from the New 52 and in my overall inquiry of comics, Deathstroke for me brings on something other comics do not. Deathstroke having such a detailed origin gives this series the needed backbone, although you do not need to know any of his history to enjoy this read. Continue reading