Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. This is used to help maintain and improve this site. Overwhelming Sword and Sorcery Adventure Finders didn’t keep my interest as well as I hoped it … Read more
Code 8 follows an Uninspiring Streaming Trend Code 8 is an unoriginal, uninspired Neill Blomkamp-lite wannabe that, on the surface level at least, looks to explore a number of themes pertinent to today’s society. For those familiar with science fiction and superhero tales this film accomplishes nothing new but instead opts to tread water in … Read more
POSSESSION #4 – Intriguing Comic Book Sex Story Issue four of Possession is called “Maskmade.” The series gathers a set of interconnecting characters. Though, it centers around Javier and Sheila. And as we’ve become acquainted with the two and their respective past lives, they finally don their superhero identities in this issue. Could the installment’s … Read more
Altered Carbon : Resleeved falters right from the Start Altered Carbon’s inaugural season drew viewers in by successfully exploring the pitfalls and trappings of a world where humanity and technology are so incestuously entwined. Its storytelling was at its best when showcasing the injustices against the ordinary folk carried out by the rich and corrupt. … Read more
Horror Comic Book Explores More Mystery and Isolation There’s a mystery at the heart of this book , that finds our title character returning home after WW1 and discovering that there’s something very wrong at the old homestead. People are missing, the towns folk are oblivious and the farm itself seems malevolent. By issue two, … Read more
Sterling Cross: Legendary Slayer I did a piece on Albert Einstein: Time Mason, where a time-traveling organization employs an historic figure. Wolvenheart is a time-traveling organization founded by historic figures. Though, Van Helsing is a fictional character compared to Einstein. However, Nikola Tesla is another Wolvenheart employee. [wp-review] The comic opened with a battle between … Read more
Rai #3 does a fantastic job of delivering a compelling and intriguing story. But upon my second reading of this issue, I discovered a commentary on our real-world dependency of technology and it’s intrusiveness into our lives. A subject I’ve yet to see explored since Rick Remender’s Tokyo Ghost a few years ago.