“It’s our August Round-Up! Angela, Matt and Zach are getting together to discuss four first issues from the month just gone!”
“Ultimately, Public Domain #2 might not have the impact and variety of locations seen in the first issue but it’s necessary for what is coming up.”
Writer: Tom KingArtist: Elsa CharretierColourist: Matt HollingsworthLetterer: Clayton CowlesDesigner: Tom MullerEditor: Marla EizikProduction Artist: Drew GillPublisher: Image Joan Peterson lives a never ending chain of romance stories, cast from one to the next every time she’s on the verge of finding her happy ending; forced to overcome a new obstacle to be with the man of her dreams. This is […]
“With each series announced I’m sure that I’m the target audience for the books comprising the MassiVerse yet when it comes down to it that’s simply not the case.”
There’s musings about life, death and predestination but it tackles them in a really original and unique way within the world
This week we’re rounding up four titles from July 2022!
“I am invested despite my lack of a pro-wrestling background and I would implore readers to check this comic out whether you are into the subject matter or not.”
“Beware The Eye Of Odin clearly takes influence from Norse Mythology, though it feels like Doug Wagner is using that as a backdrop to tell his own story rather than as the basis of the narrative.”
“When my only complaint is that I want more of this right now, then you know it’s a good issue and boy is this a good issue.”
“It’s a whistle stop tour of the apocalypse…”
This was a very solid third issue, bringing in a superior foe for Garmadon as well as introducing more of his past.
This week Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss some of their favourite series from the year so far!
“We see more wishes, get more exposition, and get more character insight.”
This week Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss one of their favourite comics from 2021 – Karmen by Guillem March!
“The story doesn’t reinvent the wheel but I had fun and I am glad for it. I will be curious to see how they use the vampires in their universe in future…”
“There’s still a lot about Newburn we don’t know. There are still plenty of questions about what the future holds for both him and Emily. However, this first volume wraps up with these three issues in a very satisfying way.”