Review: Genius #2

Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman take the reader out of the war zone and into the press room to unveil another level to Destiny Ajaye’s genius. The war will not only be fought in the streets, but will also be fo...

Review: Figment #2

Blarion Mercurial’s journey into a fantastical new world continues in Figment #2! The highlight of the book is of course the title character. Figment provides excellent comedic relief from having no clue what p...

Review: Genius #1

Genius #1 is the story of Destiny Ajaye and her rise to power in uniting all of the Los Angeles gangs against the Los Angeles Police Department. Writers Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman begin with a mixed messag...

Review: Storm #1

Storm #1 takes the reader on Storm’s journey to find out where she belongs. It is an interesting premise especially when Greg Pak unloads all of Storm’s identities and places she has called home on the second p...

Review: Low #1

Humanity has fled the surface of Earth into the depths of the oceans to avoid the expanding sun and its blistering heat. They have fled to an underwater city known as Salus, where the Caine family uses an advan...

Review: Bodies #1

Bodies explores four detectives investigating four murders in four different time periods with each time period having its own artist! The only thing connecting each of the four different story lines, the same ...

Review: Ragnarok #1

The gods have been slain and the world has been cast asunder. Thor, the mighty son of Odin is defeated by Terminus, the glorious offspring of Earth. This is the world Walter Simonson casts the reader into.The s...