[Comic Review] Valiant’s Livewire Volume 1: Fugitive TPB

Comic Credits Writer: Vita Ayala Artists: Raul Allen, Patricia Martin, Scott Koblish Colors by Diego Rodriguez Letters by Saida Temofonte Cover by Adam Pollina   This is a review of Livewire Volume one: Fugitive Trade paperback. Here’s a summary of the trade before we hop into the review. Accomplice. Mentor. Savior. And now, Enemy of the State. Seeking to protect other vulnerable superpowered psiots like herself, Livewire plunged the United States into a nationwide blackout, causing untold devastation. With the whole world hunting her, what kind of hero will Livewire…

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[Comic Review] Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 45

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 45.   Kicking off this issue is the continuation and conclusion of the Omega Rangers’ raid on the moon. We begin following Kiya during the assault, which I love the framing and use of blue by Daniele Di Nicuolo and Walter Baiamonte. From there we move to Zack confronting Goldar, where Goldar mentions how the fight with Omega Black…

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[Toy Review] Soul of Chogokin GX-71 Lion Force Voltron/ Beast King GoLion

From days of long ago, from uncharted regions of the universe, comes a legend, the legend of Voltron, Defender of the Universe! This iconic robot is the titular mecha of the hit 80’s cartoon which spanned a variety of sequels and spin-offs. The original series itself is an adaptation of Toei Animation’s two anime series, Beast King GoLion and Armored Fleet Dairugger XV; with the main Voltron, Lion Force, obviously based on GoLion.   Now, thankfully since Toei and Bandai are in a wonderful working relationship it led to Voltron…

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[Comic Review] Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 44

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 44.   In the previous issue of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Dayne was about to open up the Thunder Megazord the hard way. Fast forward to the present issue and the team makes an attempt to separate the Zords, as Dayne continues to pierce the Thunder Megazord. However, as Dayne is about to hit the finishing blow the Omega…

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Review: Headless Issue 2

Comic Credits Creators: Alexander Banchitta & Robert Ahmad Writer: Alexander Banchitta Illustrator: Robert Ahmad Letterer: Fred C Stresing Headless Logo: Gabe Pinto Scout Production: Kurt Knippel   Summary & Review: Our issue begins with the confirmation that Headless Horseman has returned, as Officer Sanders visits her father out in the woods. During this interaction we, the readers, learn that Sander’s father attempts to stop the Templar from using their ultimate weapon, the Devil’s Lantern, and defeat the Horseman without the sacrifice of souls. In addition, it is revealed that Sander’s father…

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Review: Roku Issue 1

Comic Review Writer: Cullen Bunn Art: Ramon F Bachs Colors: Stephane Paitreau Letters: Dave Sharpe Associate Editor: David Menchel Editor: Lysa Hawkins Covers: Dave Johnson, Viktor Kalvachev   Warning: This review for Roku 01 will contain spoilers, but fans can currently find it available in their local comic book store.   Going into this series I do not know anything about the character, along with the story being told. However, I have to say that this issue has pulled me in enough to where I want to check out issue…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 43

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 43.   We are morphing straight into Issue 43, as we start off with Billy recapping the fight with Dayne. Now, to say the Rangers took a lost is an understatement, given Billy’s recap of events. Dayne started the battle targeting Kimberly and broke her thumb, taking the long range fighter out. Dayne…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 95 – LIT VS LuPat II: A Double Feature Review

Welcome to an all-new episode of Hero Club’s first original podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” Today’s episode features our hosts finally closing out Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger, as we review the series’ films. Yes, today’s episode is a double-feature review! First off, we look at the theatrical Summer movie, Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger en Film. Now, this film is the first canon team-up between the two teams, as well as the first appearance of the elusive Jackpot Striker. Then we turn to the recent…

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Review: Mini-Pla Kishiryu Gattai Series 03 Kishiryu Neptune & Dimevolcano

Today’s review is the third Mini-Pla release within the Kishiryu Gattai Series, which is based on Kishiryu Sentai Ryusoulger! Now, this set is base on the sixth member of the team, Ryusoul Gold and his partner, Kishiryu Mosarex. However, this release also provides another Dimevolcano, and new alternative parts Kishiryu-Oh. These additions are thankfully to help ensure that fans can make the both combination: SpinoThunder and Gigant Kishiryu-Oh. Yet, we should not overlook Mosarex’s warrior mode, Kishiryu Neptune! Also, I apologize for not calling Mosarex, a mosasaurus in the video;…

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Review: Go Go Power Rangers #23

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot & Sina Grace Illustrator: Francesco Mortarino Colors: Raul Angulo Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Ivan Shavrin Editor: Dafna Pleban   Issue 23 begins in the far off past, with the Power Rangers battling Lord Drakkon on the moon during the climax of the Shattered Grid. We get panels of the Beast Morphers during the battle. Whereas, in the original run of the come, the team only had a brief cameo due to the season not having premiered on Nickelodeon yet. Thankfully, here the characters are now…

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