Tag: Comic Review

Gotham Academy #5 Review

Gotham Academy #5 Story by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher Art by Karl Kerschl with colors by Msassyk and Serge Lapointe Review by Mara Wood Each month, Gotham Academy sheds light….

Drumhellar #3 Review

Drumhellar #3 Review Story/Art/Colors: Riley Rossmo Script: Alex Link Review by Melissa Megan Drumhellar is a psychic detective who runs around ingesting psychedelics with his partner, an ethereal pink squirrel called Harold…..

Drumhellar #1 Review

Drumhellar #1 Review Story/Art/Colors: Riley Rossmo Script: Alex Link Review by Melissa Megan I’ve been watching Riley Rossmo promote this new series for awhile and now it’s finally here. I would read….

The Colonized #2 Review

The Colonized #2 Review Writing: Chris Ryall Art: Drew Moss Review by Melissa Megan Carbon Falls Collective is a separatist community in rural Montana. The death of their leader recently left his….

Locke & Key Omega #4 Review

Locke & Key Omega #4 Review Writing: Joe Hill Art: Gabriel Rodriguez Review by Melissa Megan I’m not gonna start this review by offering a recap of what has been happening in….

Review: Ex Sanguine #5

Writing: Tim Seeley, Joshua Scott Emmons Art: Tim Seeley Colorist: Carlos Badilla Cover Artist: Tim Seeley Review by Melissa Megan   Ex Sanguine concludes with Ex Sanguine #5; mysteries are solved and love is….

Review: Dia De Los Muertos #1

Art: Riley Rossmo, Nick Johnson, Jean-Paul Csuka, Megan Wilson Writing: Alex Link, Christopher E. Long, Dirk Manning Review by Melissa Megan Dia De Los Muertos, a collection of short stories based around….

Series Recap: Debris

This week the entire series of Debris was released in a trade paperback. By creative team Kurtis Wiebe and Riley Rossmo, also responsible for Green Wake, plus art by Owen Gieni. This….

Review: Non-Humans #1

Writing by: Glen Brunswick Art by: Whilce Portacio Detective Oliver Aimes of the L.A.P.D. works a rough beat in 2014 and seems to carry enough bitterness and ego to feed an entire….

The Milkman Murders Review

Writing by: Joe Casey Art by: Steve Parkhouse Review by Melissa Megan Joe Casey’s idea of hell is the American suburbs. Not because it’s clean and sterile or because the people are….