A vile den of drugs and villainy If I had to run down a list of movies that have a special place in my heart, Touchstoneâ€™s Who Framed Roger Rabbit would certainly be on the list.Â I really fell in love with the idea of cartoon characters living side by side with humans, and when you throw in a big mystery and a song and dance number, how could you not like this movie?Â Image Comicsâ€™ Shadowline imprint just released Archibald Chases the Dragon, and it brings back almost all of the memories from that crazy rabbit film.
Or – “The Breakout Character Find of 2008 (Or Possibly 2007, I Can’t Remember)…” Okay, I admit it.Â One of the less-important draws (no pun intended) of this series is the wonderful work that artist Mahmud Asrar puts into female leads Slingshot and Scrap.Â Aside from being well-sculpted ladies (and, DIFFERENTLY sculpted at that) our feminine protagonists have personality, in their faces, the way they move and stand, even in their subtlest body language.Â So, when I heard that this issue was going to feature Scrap in (essentially) solo action, I can’t say that I was terribly disappointed.Â Certainly, it’s
or, three issues later and there are still no â€œsave Laylaâ€ plans A new month of comics dawns and I get to return to one of my favorites, X-Factor. But, as the sub-heading suggests, I am a little troubled at the lack of â€œLaylaâ€ that Iâ€™m finding in these issues (though, she at least got a mention this time around). That being said, I canâ€™t help but love this comic. X-Factor arenâ€™t overly fond of authority, and that is just the way I like it