Category: Reviews

Fabled Four #1

The Fabled Four is a unique concept for a very special comic book story. As in many comic books, you have heroes and the adventures they must embark upon. However in this particular story, the “adventure” these heroes seek is actually by choice rather than force. Yes, that’s right, these heroes made their own decision […]

Nook #1

Set in France, 1939, at the outbreak of World War II, Nook is very much a book of conscience. Despite the script opening with a drop of singular words, which is a practice I generally frown upon, due to its ambiguity (which is rarely rewarded on a cerebral level when working out their pertinence – […]

Knight Extinguished #1

Depression is a growing epidemic across our nation; nearly one in twelve adults over the age of 20 experiences symptoms of depression according to the Nation Center of Health Statistics. (source) As a former mental health counselor I have worked with clients suffering from a variety of mood disorders, so I have a practical understanding […]

Into The Vault

Since its founding in 2016 by Adrian Wassel (CCO & Editor-in-Chief), Damian Wassel (CEO & Publisher), Nathan Gooden (Art Director), and Damian Wassel, Sr. (President), Vault Comics has been making wave after wave within the Comics Community with titles such as ‘Friendo‘, ‘Submerged‘, and ‘Karma Police‘. Whether its because they’ve had the right teams for each of […]

Warshiner #1

“It’s prohibition in space.” That is how Rebecca Rothschild writer of Warshiner pitched me her passion project at a small comic con outside of Chicago. Based on the premise alone I was in for two issues. I automatically envisioned a 1920s aesthetic, gangsters, G-Men, and flappers but that was not what was delivered. No, Rebecca […]

Ogre #’s 1 – 3

There’s been quite a bit of hype where Bob Salley and Source Point Press’ latest offering of ‘Ogre‘ is concerned. And after having read the three issues myself, I’d say its well deserved as its a really well done story. One that could even bring a reader to shed a tear or two over thanks […]

Sarai

Rare is the comic that generates an intense feeling inside of me as I read it. Rare is it that I truly look forward to seeing pieces of garbage get what’s coming to them. Rare is it that I want to see it happen again and again until no other ever dares to try any […]