Tag Archive: comic

The Pull List: Must Read Comics of 7/24/2013

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Lobster Johnson: A Scent of Lotus #1 By: Mike Mignola, John Arcudi, Sebastián Fiumara, Dave Stewart, Tonci Zonjic Publisher: Dark Horse I dig Lobster Johnson. He is designed like an old-fashioned pulp hero, but… Continue reading

House of Geekery at Oz Comic Con!

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This weekend our illustrious House Residents G-Funk and Hedgie are hitting up Oz Comic-Con in Perth! All sorts of awesomeness will go down – we’ll be hassling William Shatner, McGuyver, Khal Drogo, Gunn,… Continue reading

Comic Review: Thief of Thieves #4

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Story:  Robert Kirkman Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Shawn Martinbrough Before I start, I just want to say that Thief of Thieves #4 has the coolest cover yet. Like every issue thus far, there… Continue reading

Comic Review: Road Rage #2

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Written by: Joe Hill and Stephen King Adapted by: Chris Ryall Art by: Nelson Daniel Review: Road Rage #2 picks up immediately where the last issue left off. In case you weren’t paying… Continue reading

Comic Review: “The Hunger Pains: The Unauthorised Parody”

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Authors: Stefan Petrucha, Rick Parker Publisher: Papercutz Slices (Not to be confused with the Harvard and Mad parodies of the same name.) Review: As with any and all pop culture phenomenons there come… Continue reading

Comic Review: Thief of Thieves #3

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Story: Robert Kirkman Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Shawn Martinbrough Review:  There is only so much I can say about Thief of Thieves before I start getting repetitive. Yes, this issue continues to use dialog-less… Continue reading

‘Justice League: Doom’ DVD Review

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Director: Lauren Montgomery Cast: Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Nathan Fillion Plot: Superhero organisation the Justice League come under fire when arch-villain Vandal Savage learns of techniques to take each of them out of… Continue reading

Comic Review: Peter Panzerfaust #2

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Words: Kurtis Wiebe Pictures: Tyler Jenkins Apparently what I referred to as a rooster call in my previous review of issue #1, they refer to as a wolf call. The story takes place immediately… Continue reading

Comic Review: Thief of Thieves #2

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Story: Robert Kirkman Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Shawn Martinbrough Review: So let’s recap: Redmond is an aging disillusioned seasoned thief. He is mentoring a younger female burglar who has quite an attitude. After one last… Continue reading

Comic Review: Saga #1

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Writer: Brian K. Vaughn Artist: Fiona Staples Review: When “Saga” opens up, we see a woman, Alana, going into labor while being looked after by her boyfriend and baby-daddy, Marko, except that they are… Continue reading