REVIEW: Basilisk #2 is Beautifully Unsettling

Basilisk #2 Comic Book Review

Basilisk #2 looks at the horrors humans would unleash upon each other if they were given terrible power. The series is written by Cullen Bunn, illustrated by Jonas Scharf, coloured by Alex Guimarães, and lettered by Ed Dukeshire.

REVIEW: ORCS! #6 Brings Volume 1 to a Triumphant End

Orcs#6 Comic Book Review

ORCS! #6 brings Volume 1 to an end with the promise of more stories to come. The series is written and illustrated by Christine Larsen (Adventure Time, By Night), with variant covers by Sweeney Boo and Qistina Khalidah.

REVIEW: Action Tank #1 is a Wild Ride

Action Tank #1 Comic Book Review

Action Tank is the story of a boy who finds himself on the other side of the Solar System and has to get home in time for his mom’s spaghetti carbonara. Good thing he’s in possession of the most powerful piece of technology in the universe – The Action Tank!

REVIEW: Nuclear Power #3 Drops Astonishing Lore Bombs.

Nuclear Power #3 Comic Book Review

Claudia finds herself far outside the American Union and being asked to help deliver a child endowed with powers by the nuclear fallout that should have killed everyone. Yet, that is still not the craziest thing in her life as she’s about to have the truth of what she knew pulled away with one big reveal.

ORCS! #4 (BOOM! Studios) Delivers Big on Worldbuilding

Orcs #4 Comic Book Review

ORCS! #4 sees bigger troubles stirring as well as a return to the tales of Drod. The series is written and illustrated by Christine Larsen (Adventure Time, By Night), with variant covers by Sweeney Boo and Jorge Corona with colours by Sarah Stern.