Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Frazer Irving, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Keldor, Randor, Skeletor
Having enjoyed the first three issues of DC’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (Issue #1 reviewed here) – I jumped at the chance to read this one-shot telling the origin of the recognizable villain.
Filed under: Image Comics | Tags: Brent Peeples, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Matthew Waite, Mirka Andolfo, The Last of the Greats
Free time for a Comics Anon blogger these days is few and far between, meaning there’s little time to read much more than comics we plan to read, let alone anything else we might have picked up on recommendation. For me, there are a few examples of books that I’ve just not had the time to get to, so instead the issues pile up in the background, waiting for a rainy day or an unusual week where I manage to get through everything early. Our recent trip to London Super Comic Con meant spending two six-hour long trips on the train across the weekend – perfect for catching up on those long overdue reads. In the first of a series of features I’m calling “Catch Ups”, I’ll be reviewing these long overdue comics – starting with the excellent miniseries from Image - Last of the Greats.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: American Vampire, Andrea Sorrentino, DCNew52, I Vampire, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Scott Snyder
At first glance, this book (with it’s unimaginative title) looks like it will rip-off stories told a dozen times in recent years. Vampires, love, lust, blood etc etc. But give it just three pages and I’ll bet you a fiver it’ll be on your pull list next month.