Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

Review: The Circle #4

Writte by: Rachel Freeman The Circle is published by Action Lab Entertainment under their Dangerzone imprint. It is written by Damon Clark with art by...

Review: Batman Beyond #6

The goal of the Batman Beyond comics post the DC Rebirth has always been to restore Batman Beyond to a more recognizable state. Terry...

Review: Odyssey of the Amazons #3

Written by Rachel Freeman Odyssey of the Amazons is published by DC Comics. It is written by Kevin Grevioux with art by Richard Friend. So, immediately...

Review: Super Sons #2

Written by Andrew Fontana Tomasi and Jiminez's Super Sons may only be two issues in, but the quality of the book so far makes it...

Review: Revolutionaries #3

Taking a little side step away from the main story, we last recall our heroes in a predicament of mystery. A little of that...

Review: Transformers Annual 2017

IDW continues their annuals for 2017, and Optimus Prime delivers an extra-long tale of origins and a shocker of a conclusion which will likely...

Review: Batwoman #1

DC Comics has not always done right by Batwoman. A few years ago, the creators behind the character's New 52 solo book quit after...

Review: Justice League/Power Rangers #3

Written Andrew Fontana Justice League/ Power Rangers #3 looses some of the hard-won momentum of the previous issues. A part of that is due,  perhaps,...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #8

In my reviews of Red Hood and the Outlaws, I have often compared the Outlaws to a charmingly pathetic version of the DC Trinity...

Review: Optimus Prime #4

This issue shows a huge improvement. Remaining consistent, the focus is on Optimus and the meaning of being a “Prime” in the modern era....