Batman: Arkham City by Paul Dini & Carlos D’Anda: A Beautiful Yet Boring Prequel Adaptation to the Massively Popular Video Game – Comic Review

Batman: Arkham City by Paul Dini and Carlos D’Anda is the trade paperback collection of the five-issue miniseries that bridges the gap between the events of the video games Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. It was published approximately one year after the sequel game’s release via DC Comics. Recently, I completed a second…

Mini DC Comics Haul (August 2020)

Back in May, I did a write-up on some of my favourite Batman comics. Since writing that, my obsession for the franchise has been awakening little by little. I began playing through the Batman: Arkham video games (currently wrapping up Arkham City and should have a review up for it promptly) and I’ve even gone…

Coyotes Volume 1 by Sean Lewis & Caitlin Yarsky: A Cool Concept that is Murdered by Cultural Hack-n-Slash & Timeworn Tropes

Coyotes Volume 1 by Sean Lewis and Caitlin Yarsky (art) is the first instalment in a horror, folklore fantasy mini comic series. It follows a young girl who—in the wake of her sister’s disappearance—is chosen as the champion for a group of women that fight vehemently against the malevolent pro-patriarchal forces hunting them. Coyotes was…

Meg: The Graphic Novel – A Breathtakingly Cinematic Comic with Cheesy Action-Flick Storytelling – Comic Review

Meg: The Graphic Novel by J.S. Earls is a science-fiction, stand-alone comic adaptation of the original novel authored by Steve Alten. The story follows deep-sea submersible pilot turned marine palaeontologist, Jonas Taylor, as he’s forced to return to his previous occupation when the prehistoric, long believed to be extinct shark, the megalodon, is unleashed from…