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Star Wars: Darth Maul - Son of Dathomir (#3)
I know that Darth Maul was all the rage when THE PHANTOM MENACE hit the multiplex, but there were more than a handful of us who felt short-changed by his rather simple theatrical introduction and his …
Space: 1999 - Aftershock and Awe
Maybe eighteen months or so ago, I saw a copy of SPACE: 1999 – AFTERSHOCK AND AWE on the shelves at my local Barnes & Noble.  It was sealed up in plastic so I couldn’t exactly flip …
The Strain: Volume 1 (Hardcover)
Don’t you just know it but there’s always some ancient evil secret at the heart of any good horror-based conspiracy, no?  Sure, there is!  And most of the times those ancient evil …
Star Wars: Darth Maul - Son of Dathomir (#2)
If you ask around, you’re likely to get a good handful of reasons why folks enjoyed Timothy Zahn’s Heir to the Empire trilogy so much.  For one, Zahn demonstrated precisely how adept …
reviewed Dark Empire I (Star Wars). June 30
Dark Empire I (Star Wars)
Now that Dark Horse Comic’s tenure with the Star Wars license is starting to wind down, I wanted to take some time to go back and reread some of the bigger, bolder titles that have seen release …
reviewed Tomb Raider #2. May 28
Tomb Raider #2
Tomb Raider isn’t just a comic title; rather, it’s an institution.  It started as a video game franchise, and – in no time at all – it grew into this massive entertainment …
Star Wars: Darth Maul -- Son of Dathomir (#1)
One of the reasons why the Timothy Zahn Expanded Universe epic – it’s more commonly known as ‘The Thrawn Trilogy’ – is so fondly remembered by its fans I believe is because …
The Joker: Death Of The Family
Let’s be perfectly clear: arguably, I’m one of the web’s oldest self-proclaimed Bat-fans.  As I’ve mentioned before, I grew up reading the occasional Bat-issue in the early …
Conan And The People of the Black Circle (04 of 04)
Readers, take note: you gotta love your barbarians.  These days, they’re certainly in short supply.  Though fantasy has made and continues to make a grand resurgence, what with THE LORD …
Conan And The People of the Black Circle (03 of 04)
Readers, take note: you gotta love your barbarians.  These days, they’re certainly in short supply.  Though fantasy has made and continues to make a grand resurgence, what with THE LORD …
Conan And The People of the Black Circle (02 of 04)
Readers, take note: you gotta love your barbarians.  These days, they’re certainly in short supply.  Though fantasy has made and continues to make a grand resurgence, what with THE LORD …
Conan And the People of the Black Circle (Part 01 of 04)
Readers, take note: you gotta love your barbarians.  These days, they’re certainly in short supply.  Though fantasy has made and continues to make a grand resurgence, what with THE LORD …
Conan: The Phantoms of the Black Coast
It’s been said that only the greatest warriors truly understand what it means to love as greatly as is humanly possible.  Why, who other than a mighty man or woman could appreciate the gentler, …
reviewed Nosferatu Wars (One Shot). May 05
Nosferatu Wars (One Shot)
Of all the monsters in creation, vampires have always been the most romanticized.  That’s probably because despite the nasty, ghastly need to ingest human blood for nourishment vampires are …
Star Wars: Rebel Heist (Part 01 of 04)
I’ve often discussed the difficulty of reviewing comic book mini-series.  For starters, they’re generally constructed as entirely independent entities; though they may be part and parcel …
reviewed Captain America: The Winter Soldier. April 07
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier
I'll be honest with you, I wasn't all that excited for this movie when I saw the first trailer. The first Captain America was a dud, my vote for the worst Marvel movie leading up to The Avengers. …
reviewed Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox. March 25
Jusitce League: Flashpoint Paradox
With as long as many of these DC characters have been around, I would imagine that some writers and illustrators certainly have their work cut out for themselves when it comes to crafting a tale that’s …
Mr. Peabody and Sherman
Based upon the sketch from ROCKY AND HIS FRIENDS, MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN is a series of comics that works as a sort-of sequel to the motion picture, MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN. This trade paperback brings …
reviewed Red Sonja #4 (Ongoing). March 17
Red Sonja #4 (Ongoing)
It’s been said many times before – and by those far more eloquent than I – that what matters most in life is not how many times you’re knocked down but that you get back up.  …
Star Wars Legacy II: Volume 1: Prisoner of the Floating World
Occasionally, I have a minor disagreement with others I know who do what I do and pen criticism online.  Their opinion is that, as writers, we always have to maintain the ability to dissect a work …
reviewed Red Sonja #3 (Ongoing). March 15
Red Sonja #3 (Ongoing)
Fire and ice.  When I think of Red Sonja, I’ve always thought of fire and ice.  If you’ll bear with me for a moment whilst I wax somewhat poetically, then I think you’ll understand.  …
Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin
Think what you may, but I’ve always believed that Darth Vader is one of the most interesting characters in all of movie fiction.  Why?  Well, it could be primarily because he’s such …
reviewed Red Sonja #2 (Ongoing). March 14
Red Sonja #2 (Ongoing)
As the song goes, “sisters are doing it for themselves.”  There’s always been some unspoken camaraderie between the fairer sex --- they’ll band together to protect one another …
Warlord Of Mars: Dejah Thoris #7
Don’t think me a prude, but methinks I’ve figured out why so many fanboys approach this particular WARLORD OF MARS title with such reverence, such fondness, and such acclaim: at times, it’s …
reviewed X - Volume 1: Big Bad. March 11
X - Volume 1: Big Bad
There are some individual comic book titles that for personal reasons I just can’t handle reviewing on a month-by-month basis.  It isn’t that I don’t feel I have any relevant to …
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