There seems to be a resurgence in “all-ages” storytelling, and I applaud this development! Let me be clear about something – just because something is “all-ages,” that doesn’t mean it’s been dumbed down for the kiddies. I often find the opposite to be true – these stories are often well done because they need to appeal to children and the adults who are likely to pick them out for their kids. That’s the case with this wonderful book, just out this week!
A Town Called Dragon #1 tells the story of a small town in Colorado with ties not only to ancient Vikings, but mythical creatures as well. A Town Called Dragon #1 tells the story of a small town in Colorado with ties not only to ancient Vikings, but mythical creatures as well. A TOWN CALLED DRAGON #1 Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Geoff Shaw Colourist: Jamie Grant Letterer: Sean Konot Editor: Bob Schreck Publisher: Legendary Cover Price: $3.99 A MYTH THAT SPANS THE AGES A Town Called Dragon #1 is the latest offering from prolific comic book
Judd Winick returns to Green Arrow to tell the origin of a character he helped shape prior to the relaunch in Green Arrow #0! But will his writing and Freddie Williams II’s pencils be enough to save a title that’s been floundering in The New 52? Major Spoilers finds out!
We catch Catwoman in the midst of donning her form-fitting garb, but just how long will it take her to put it on? And how long will it take before she undresses again? Judd Winick manages to catch this reader’s intrigue, despite the risque art on nearly every page.
A big purple monster wants to trash New York City. The only thing standing in its way is Power Girl. Of course she has her own problems she’s trying to deal with as Karen Starr, but that will have to take a backseat for now. The Major Spoilers duo of Matthew and Stephen return for another Dueling Review as they take on Power Girl #15.
When offered a chance to bring down his mentor, Talia al Ghul sends Jason Todd around the world to train with some of the best killers in the world. But even filled with hatred, rage, and bent on revenge, will Jason Todd turn a blind eye, or do the right thing when encounter those doing something really wrong?