Filed under: Boom Studio Comics, Comic Reviews | Tags: Boom Studios, Brian Churilla, Egg, Eric Powell, Jack Burton, John Carpenter, Lo Pan, Wang, Wing Kong
In preparation for reading Boom Studios release of Big Trouble in Little China I watched the movie for probably the hundredth time and I was instantly taken back to when I was younger…..watching this with my sister Lynda or my cousin Sean and just laughing my head off. For this reason…..I smile at just having this comic in my hands……so no pressure right?
Filed under: Boom Studio Comics, Comic Reviews | Tags: Andrew Elder, Boom Studios, Elena Casagrande, Mike Carey, Suicide Risk, Tommy Lee Edwards
Boom Studios is another publisher outside of the big two that I tend to keep an eye on with my monthly previews scan and the latest from Mike Carey caught my eye thanks to that pretty sharp cover from Tommy Lee Edwards…..I added it to my list (along with the next few issues) and thought I’d give it a go. Continue reading
Filed under: Boom Studio Comics, Comic Reviews | Tags: Blond, Exterminator, JeffreyEdwards, SimonSpurrier
They say “never judge a book by it’s cover” – but they didn’t say anything about variant covers, did they? I’ll be honest and up front, Boom! Studio’s Extermination #1 wasn’t on my radar, It wasn’t until I was standing in Red Hot Comics browsing this week’s new titles when I noticed it and 2 things stood out – it was a very tempting 80p ($1 for you yanks) and it had an obscene amount of variant covers, most of them sporting a couple of masked guys beating the crap out of giant bug like monsters – SOLD.
Filed under: Boom Studio Comics, Comic Reviews | Tags: bechko, betrayaloftheplanetoftheapes, boomstudios, gabrielhardman, planetoftheapes
This is a good time to put out an Apes Comic. Boom! are taking advantage of the phenomenally popular recent film and are putting out an Apes mini series by some top comics talent. This book isn’t just a cash in on the current popularity of the franchise, but also a really good comic book that stands up on its own merits and should appeal to more than just Apes fans.