Okay, I’ve got mixed feelings on this book, so I’m just going to shoot from the top down. This is my first outing with Solar under Dynamite, so without the benefit of having read the first 7 issues, I have to treat this as a stand-alone issue. We open with a typically beautiful cover by […]
Quests, Hatchets, and Drexlers!
Please welcome Tyrel Kessinger to the IndieComiX team in his first review! What a way to start too with this one! Ever wondered what would happen if the band KISS were to meet Vampirella? If you’re like me, then probably not. But Dyamite Comics is answering the question that you never knew you wanted an […]
FULL CREATIVE TEAM OF PIERCE BROWN’S ORIGINAL RED RISING: SONS OF ARES COMIC BOOK SERIES ANNOUNCED
The Official Comic Book Prequel to Pierce Brown’s Bestselling and Award-Winning Red Rising Novel Trilogy Premieres in May February 20, 2017, Mt. Laurel, NJ: From the world of the bestselling YA series Red Rising comes an original story of love, loss and rage: Pierce Brown’s Red Rising: Sons of Ares! In the future, when mankind […]
End Of The Year Special!
I’m a huge fan of these stories. The work the Thomas’ did outside DC and Marvel doesn’t get the attention or credit it deserves. At the time this was cutting edge comics storytelling, not hampered by corporate mandates they were able to tell stories that delved deeper into the characters than anyone else was doing at […]
Wolfcop #2 (Advanced Review)
A Friday Special!
Twenty years, twenty long years has Xing Xin put time and effort into the world of Ximphonic Versus. Something I find to be greatly amazing as that is a serious of amount of dedication to a project. Chances are, you might recall time I had an interview with Xing over all things Ximphonic and Broken […]
Red Sonja #100 (Originally ran on 6/20/2015)
[Spoilers!!] Review: Honestly, for a 100th anniversary issue, this could’ve and should’ve been a lot better. Made up of several short stories – and sadly not including one giant story that celebrates the event – each story is disparate from one another and and don’t seem to be connected by anything but that the same […]
Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files: Down Town #1 (Originally ran on 2/13/2015)
Review: For all you Dresden fans like me, these new original stories are wonderful with Jim at the core of them, so we know that they will remain true to the book series. For this issue and story arc Carlos and Mohan do some beautiful work here. Molly’s hair is expertly blended colour wise and the […]