Browsing: David Mariotte

Review ROM: Dire Wraiths #1 Review 7.7
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ROM: Dire Wraiths #1 Review

It’s 1969 and the brave men aboard the Apollo lunar module are set to land on the Moon.  But they’re not the first there, nor the most dangerous.  For in Rom: Dire Wraiths #1, from IDW Publishing, creatures far darker and more lethal lurk in the lunar shadows.  What do they want?  Find out in our Major Spoilers review!

Review The Kill Lock #1 Review 9.0
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The Kill Lock #1 Review

Four robots, sentenced to serve punishment together, must insure they all stay alive or they will all die. The story starts here in THE KILL LOCK #1 from IDW PUBLISHING.

Review 10.0
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Canto #6 Review

Canto’s first quest is coming to an epic conclusion. He is currently face to face with the Shrouded Man to get his beloved’s heart. Will he be successful? Come find out in Canto #6 by IDW Publishing!

Review 8.0
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Canto #5 Review

We follow our short protagonist to meet his last test before meeting the Shrouded Man and recover his love’s heart. Will Canto survive? Find out in Canto #5 by IDW Publishing!

Review 10.0
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Canto #4 Review

Canto has learned that his target is someone called the Shrouded Man who lives in the Emerald Tower. Will the yellow road lead him there? Find out in Canto #4!

Review IDW, Samurai Jack, Justice League of America, Big Brooz, bear trap, SNAP, Lost Worlds, Paul Allor, Adam Bryce Thomas, Christa Miesner, David Mariotte 8.3
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Samurai Jack: Lost Worlds #3 Review

I always wondered why comics weren’t coming out with more adventures with Samurai Jack. After all, he wandered the future for a long time, and I doubted that every challenge he faced was included in the animated series.

Turns out I was right. In Samurai Jack: Lost Worlds, each issue has a complete story with Jack, and the books are very true to the show.