Sometimes a short review is a good thing I wasnâ€™t too keen on spinning the â€œKingdom Come has come to Earth Primeâ€ story line out of the JSA title and into one-shots and specials just to get more money out of readers.Â However, in the case of Kingdom Come Special: Magog, it was the best decision.
Wordy much? The announcement that Kevin Smith was returning to DC Comics with a new series caused ripples around the comic community. Many still feel betrayed by Smithâ€™s previous attempts at writing a complete arc that suffered from excessive delays, while others got their geek-gasm on over the return of Onomatopoeia – a character created by Smith during his run on Green Arrow.Â One thing you can be sure of finding in Cacophony #1 is a lot of Kevin Smith.
Letâ€™s get this out of the way up front so there is no confusion later on; Iâ€™m a big Josh Howard fan.Â I like the man, I like his stories, and I like his artwork.Â With that out of the way T-Bird and Throttle #0 arrived this past week, and after months of girls in skirts killing the undead, Iâ€™m ready to get into a new storyline, this time with superheroes.
Or – Yo, ‘ho! A Pirates Life for Me When I first saw the solicitation for The Voyages of She Buccaneer, I put it on my list because a) the art looked really good, and b) the art looked really good. When it arrived on my doorstep last week, I really thought this was going to be porn for pre-teens, but after flipping through the book a couple of times, I found a story that could have put Jack Sparrow to shame.
Conspiracy Theory meets Lethal Weapon meets Boom! Studios If you missed the Major Spoilers review of the first two issues of The Foundation from Boom! Studios, check it out in the podcast. If you want to skip it, thatâ€™s fine – in a nutshell, the series is off to a great start, and after reading issue three, Iâ€™m upset this title only comes out once a month.