Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

Review: The Fourth Planet

Written by Rachel Freeman The Fourth Planet is published by Chapterhouse Comics. It is written by Fred Kennedy with art by Miko Maciaszek. The Fourth Planet...

Review: God Country #2

Everything's bigger in Texas. Even gods. And Donny Cates’ God Country is no exception either. In its premiere issue, readers were quickly introduced to the...

Review: Raven #6

Written by Rachel Freeman Raven is published by DC Comics. It is written by Marv Wolfman with art by Ruy Jose and Diogenes Neves. Here we...

Review: Super Sons #1

Written by Andrew Fontana Super Sons is the best pint-sized incarnation of the World's Finest duo that DC has published since the New 52 reboot...

Review: The Wild Storm

The difficult part of reviewing a comic book like The Wild Storm is that different readers will have extremely different experiences with this comic...

Review: Transformers: Till All Are One #7

Pushing forward, Windblade and her unit manage to get aboard Carcer, the Titan under control of Elita-1 and her militia. This comic one is...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #7

Red Hood, the disgraced son in the Batman Family, now has his own team and a fresh start. But, is his team (consisting of...

Review: Justice League/Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #2

By: Andrew Fontana When this crossover was announced I thought it was the most ridiculous thing in the world. Pop culture is saturated with nostalgia....

Review: Optimus Prime #3

The plot continues! The past of Optimus Prime and the mistrust of authority leads to similar conundrums, as Optimus Prime tries to assert his...

Review: Transformers: Lost Light #2

The issue shifts focus onto a parallel world, one where a group known as the Functionists are in charge of Cybertron. I was never one...