REVIEW: Orphan Black #2

(IDW Publishing, 2015)

Written by Graeme Manson and John Fawcett with Jody Houser
Art by Szymon Kudranski
Colors by Mat Lopes
Letters by Neil Uyetake

I am a tabula rasa when it comes to Orphan Black. I am, in fact, writing this forward before I’ve read either of the comics, numbers one or two, so that I can try to get a before and after impression. Continue reading

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REVIEW: “Batman: the Dark Knight” Annual #1

(DC Comics, 2013)

Review by Raymond Jacques

STORY: “Once Upon A Midnight Dreary”
WRITTEN BY:  Gregg Hurwitz
ARTWORK BY:  Szymon Kudranski
COLOR ARTWORK BY:  John Kalisz
LETTERING BY:  Dezi Sienty
COVER:  Alex Maleev

After a pretty undeniably rocky start, the New 52 title: Batman: The Dark Knight, gained creative traction amidst the rubble of what went before and made great strides towards becoming something truly worthwhile & to be looked forward to upon handing the reins to writer Gregg Hurwitz in issue 10 of TDK. Continue reading

REVIEW: “Green Lantern” #18

(DC Comics, 2013)

Reviewed by Jared Butler

Writer: Geoff Johns
Artists for “Main Sequence”:
Szymon Kudranski, Alex Sinclair (Colorist)
Artists for “Chamber of Shadows Sequence”:
Ardian Syaf, Mark Irwin (Inker), Tony Avina (Colorist)

I’ve been quite a fan of the New 52 Green Lantern title, and even through the less then satisfying ‘Rise of the Third Army’ and ‘Wrath of the First Lantern’ crossovers this title has stayed consistently enjoyable.  I must admit I gave up on the whole ‘Third Army’ crossover about half way though.  They just totally lost me when the Guardians plan was revealed.  But I’ve kept up on Hal and Sinestro in the Green Lantern title itself. Continue reading