For a quick refresher on the Djinn series, I would recommend reading my previous review on the subject titled “Djinn […]
Djinn Vol 1-2: Desire in the Eyes of History Recently reprinted through Insight Comics, Djinn tells the tale of, well, […]
The second issue of Strange Skies Over East Berlin is not just a great followup but may be one of the best issues Boom! has ever done.
What makes the artwork by Lisandro Estherren so unique is it has a very classic film noir style to it.
With the Arroverse’s take on Crisis on Infinite Earths over a month away, there’s is so much we know and don’t.
This issue is subtitled “Into The Belly Of The Beast”. Vore fans will definitely be let down by this humnogous lie.
“Don’t kid yourself Jimmy, if a cow ever got the chance he’d eat you and everyone you cared about!”
Morrison managed to take a simple and well known character and made an epic origin story that manages to be both serious and fun. The writing is perfect and manages to make certain aspects that would normally seem silly, like Klaus saying “Ho Ho Ho” after cutting the demon’s head, work but also badass. Though there are a few things that are never fully explained, such as the nature of the forrest spirits, Morrison’s writing helps in still investing us in what’s going on. Jonas’s development from a selfish kid you want to punch to a more selfless kid willing to sacrifice himself is believable and my favorite part of the comic.
Rachel Cholst is one of our original contributors, an Indie comic creator and writer for her own blog – Adobe […]