Review: Fright Comics – Captives #1

What’s going on heroes? Today, we have a comic review on Captives #1 produced by Fright Comics. The series is written by Alexander Banchitta with Robert Ahmad penciling pages 1, 7-23. The inks for those pages were done by Dan Parsons. Whereas Vojislav Vasiljevic did the art for pages 2-7 along with the inside cover. The cover for this issue was done by Mike Dubisch. Finally, Fred D Stresing did the lettering.   To start off this may seem a bit different from what I usually read or review, but I enjoyed it. Captives…

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Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands Review

This will be a spoiler-free review of Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands. So no need to worry about spoilers in this particular review. Alright, so we’re introduced to Black Lightning stopping a few criminals who call themselves “The Weathermen”. I have to say it’s interesting seeing Tony Isabella writing this character once again. I haven’t really read that much Black Lightning in terms of comics. I know he’s had a miniseries here and there during the New 52 but I wasn’t inclined to pick them up. Hearing Tony was going…

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Late Review: Totally Awesome Hulk #15

It’s Thursday which can only mean one thing. Late review, and this week its not different with Totally Awesome Hulk #15. Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Mahmud Asrar Colorist:Nolan Woodard Letter: VC’s Cory Petit Cover by: Stonehouse Assistant Editor: Chris Robinson Editor: Mark Paniccia Starting off, the cover by Stonehouse was what originally brought me in. Seeing four Asian-American superheroes was an amazing site to behold. I usually pick up Totally Awesome Hulk in trade, but I had to make the exception for this issue. For those deciding to pick this…

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Late Review: Hulk #1

Review by XBen3000 This will be a spoiler-free review. Hulk #1 Writer: Mariko Tamaki Artist: Nico Leon Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit Designer: Manny Mederos Cover Artist: Jeff Dekal Assistant Editor: Christina Harrington Editors: Mark Paniccia with Katie Kubert Going into this book, I was not sure what to expect. I was not familiar with Mariko Tamaki’s writing nor Nico Leon’s artwork. That said they blew me away with this first issue. The series takes place after Civil War II and I was not confused. The way Mariko writes Jennifer Walters is…

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Comic Review: Justice League/Power Rangers #1

Review by XBen3000: This is a Spoiler Review Justice League/Power Rangers #1 Written By: Tom Taylor Artist & Colorist: Stephen Byrne Letter: Deron Bennett Cover: Carl Kerschl Editor: Kristy Quinn DC Comics Associate Editor: Jessica Chen DC Comics Group Editor: Jim Chadwick Boom! Studios Editor: Dafna Pleban Boom! Studios Associate Editor: Alex Galer Superman & Green Ranger Variant by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, and Carrie Strachan Wonder Woman & Red Ranger Variant by Marcus To & Wendy Broome Batman & Pink Ranger Variant by Dan Hipp Flash& Black Ranger Variant by…

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Comics Review:Teen Titans #1

Summary: We’re kicking things off with Damien explaining as to why he kidnapped Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, and Kid Flash. Will these four join Damien in his quest? Read to find out. Writer: Benjamin Percy Artist:Jonboy Meyers Colorist: Jim Charalampidis Letter:Corey Breen Cover: Jonboy Meyers Variant Cover: Chris Burnham & Nathan Fairbairn Assistant Editor: Brittany Holzheer Editor: Alex Antone Group Editor: Marie Javins Kicking off this review, I really enjoyed the dynamic Damian and Alfred display. I always feel like I never see enough of those two interactions with one…

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Comic Review: Green Arrow #1

A new era for Oliver Queen known as the Green Arrow. Join him and Black Canary as they take on the Underground Men of Seattle. Writer:Benjamin Percy Artist & Colorist: Otto Schmidt Lettering:Nate Piekos of Blambot Cover: Juan Ferreya Variant Cover: Steve Skroce with Alex Sinclair Group Editor: Brian Cunningham Associate Editor: Harvey Richards Editor: Andy Khouri Here we are ladies and gentlemen, an new era of Green Arrow is here. We’re picking up from Green Arrow Rebirth with The Underground Men. The Underground Men are trying their hand at…

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