Kingsway West by Greg Pak – Graphic Novel Review

Kingsway West is a fantasy western graphic novel series that is written by Korean-American comic book author Greg Pak and illustrated by Mirko Colak, Simon Bowland, and Wil Quintana. The story takes place in the Old West that is crackling with magic and follows a Chinese gunslinger named Kingsway Law. After spending thirteen years in…

Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album: Deluxe Edition – Graphic Novel Review

Batman/Catwoman: The Wedding Album Deluxe Edition is written by Tom King and published by DC. The superhero, dark fantasy graphic novel features artwork from various artists, including: Frank Miller, Mikel Janin, David Finch, Joëlle Jones, Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Andy Kuberk, and much more. The collection is a celebratory hardcover volume that contains the road…

Rai Volume 1: Welcome to New Japan by Matt Kindt – Comic Review

Rai Volume 1: Welcome to New Japan by Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain is the first trade paperback instalment in a cyberpunk, dystopian, science-fiction comic series, originally published in October 2014 by Valiant. It’s the year 4001 A.D and the island of Japan is now in geosynchronous orbit around the Earth, which is a wasteland.…

ApocalyptiGirl by Andrew MacLean – A Comic Review

ApocalyptiGirl is a dystopian, science-fiction, stand-alone comic book written and illustrated by Andrew MacLean. The story revolves around a young woman named Aria and her adorable, white kitty named Jelly Beans. It follows them as they struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic environment as they finagle a means of finding their way back home. I…

Abraxis Wren of Eberron – A Comic Review

I really pride myself on owning all of the Eberron novels and the one comic that’s ever been released. The universe is absolutely spectacular and fascinating to me, so much so that I’m quite obsessed with learning everything about it. I’m even in the process of acquiring all of the first generation sourcebooks on Eberron.…

5 Ronin by Peter Milligan – A Comic Review

Every once in a while, I will discover a comic book that will completely amaze me with how wonderful it turned out to be. This may be in part because of low expectations or scepticism, but whatever the reason, I love the feeling of pleasure and excitement that stems from delightful gems such as the…

Motro Volume One – A Comic Review

Okay, I honestly have no idea where to even begin with the hot-mess that was Motro Volume 1 by Ulises Farinas and Erick Frietas. Mind you, I’ve read some pretty awful titles in my life, but it has been a very long time since I’ve come across something of this calibre. This comic is not…