The last time I read Soldier Zero, I was none too impressed, marking the book at just above average. Issue five marks the beginning of a new story-line from a new writer/artist team – can it re-capture my interest? Find out after the jump!
The series based on the iconic role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons continues, with more orc-fighting, more shape-shifting assassins, and more dungeons built by insane dwarven murderers. Sound like a fun read? Find out after the jump!
Imagine a world where you are literally able to buy a better life, straight from your phone. This is the world that Nick Spencer – writer of the popular Morning Glories series – and Christian Ward present to us in their new title: The Infinite Vacation. Find out what I thought after the jump!
I’ve really been enjoying JSA All-Stars for a while now: it may not be about to revolutionise the comic book medium, but it’s been a source of fun and exciting super hero action, and is a good read for it. I decided, thus, to take a look at the latest issue of the series, and see how it stands up under the reviewer’s microscope.
This week sees the release of the third issue of Soldier Zero, the first of the titles to come out of the partnership between Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios. Around this time, one would expect the forming of plots and the happening of interesting events. Is all that going on in this book? Find out after the jump!
Here we are with the last of the three new titles to come out of the partnership between Stan Lee and BOOM! Studios. The first two – Soldier Zero and The Traveller – have been reviewed pretty favourably on this very site, so how will Starborn #1 fare? Find out after the jump!