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Fantastic Four # 600: 50th Anniversary Issue
Deaths in the comic book medium have more or less been utilized to generate more sales. It is a mere marketing ploy these days; since with most of them, it seems like the ‘dead’ character …
reviewed Orchid, Issue #1. November 10, 2011
Orchid, Issue #1
Much as the majority of my vast comic collection comprised of Marvel, DC, Aspen and Top Cow (Image) comics, I do try to expand on several other titles from Dark Horse and even Dynamite entertainment. …
New Avengers: Fear Itself
I’ve reviewed “Fear Itself” and “Avengers: Fear Itself”, but I feel that the review for the latter title is a little incomplete if I didn’t review the tie-in published …
reviewed Stitched, Issue #1. November 03, 2011
Stitched, Issue #1 (regular cover)
I've been with The Beyond the Printed Page community (join here) since its inception; it is a small, specialized community and it has given me more reason to pick up comic books that has been declared …
Green Lantern: The New 52 (Issue # 1 and 2)
Let’s face it, the “New 52” is a marketing ploy and meant to sell more comics. I wonder how and why the majority of DC’s titles are sporting “issue # 1’s” when …
Samurai's Blood, Issue #1
I have to say, I am always hesitant whenever I see a comic that has samurai themes written by American writers, since I have read some of the best manga (Japanese comic book) that goes into the genre. …
Cowboys and Aliens (Graphic Novel, 2006)
I know there has been a lot of ‘hype’ surrounding the upcoming film “Cowboys and Aliens” so I figured perhaps it is time for me to review the actual graphic novel written by Fred …
Chew: Taster's Choice (Volume One)
Admittedly, besides movies, I have a passion for comic books and graphic novels. It has been a strong part of my childhood and I think I have comic book love written all over my DNA. It has become very …
reviewed Scarlet, Issue #4. February 02, 2011
Scarlet, Issue #4
For my reviews on issue numbers one, two and three, please click on the links.      To those of you who’ve read my issue-per-issue reviews of the comic book maxi-series by Brian …
reviewed Scarlet, Issue #3. January 24, 2011
Scarlet, Issue #3
Those who’ve followed my activities in Lunch.com’s comic book community “Reality Inked” (join here now!) know that I promised issue per issue coverage of Brian Michael Bendis …
reviewed Superman: Day of Doom. October 29, 2010
SUPERMAN: DAY OF DOOM
Back in 1992 (or was it 1993?), DC published the “Death of Superman” story arc in an attempt to generate more sales for the man of steel. It was a great gimmick that did generate huge sales …
Thor: For Asgard Issue # 1(2010)
With the new “Thor” live-action movie looming in the horizon, you can bet that Disney (ahem) Marvel would do whatever it took to promote Marvel’s favorite mythological Norse God. Well, …
reviewed Play Dead. July 02, 2010
Play Dead
I’ve often said that I am rather tired of the same old stapling of zombie movies about a tired virus and recent movies do focus on “zomedies” (such as “Zombieland”) than …
The Immortal Iron Fist: The Last Iron Fist Story
   Iron Fist is a Marvel comics character created by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane that debuted in Marvel Premiere. He also went on to have his own comic book series in the 70’s, appeared in …
reviewed Batman: Venom. January 03, 2010
TP cover
Originally presented in a 5-part story arc in “Legends of the Dark Knight” in the late 80’s, BATMAN VENOM collects the stories by writer Dennis O’Neil and artist Trevor Von Eeden. …
Book Cover
   We all know the theories about 2012 by the Mayans and other sources; this book by Don Roff and Chris Lane brings their readers into the world of January-March, 2012. Think of it as a rendition …
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