Tag: Graphic Novel

Kingdom Kong and Godzilla: Dominion Help Fill in the Gaps (Review)

Capitalizing on Godzilla vs. Kong's release, a pair of graphic novels launch this week that provides some background on the Titans' epic showdown. Legendary Comics...

Legendary Comics’ CHAMPIONESS Cover & Sneak Preview

From the writing team of Tarun Shankar and Kelly Zekas (These Vicious Masks) comes this incredible graphic novel about Elizabeth Wilksinson, an 18th Century...

Graphic Review: Batman Beyond 2.0 Volume Two: Justice Lords Beyond

DC Comics proves once again that if you can’t continue producing a television series, the next best thing to do is keep it alive via the printed (or digital) page. Batman Beyond 2.0 Volume Two: Justice Lords Beyond brings together issues 9 through 12 of the popular 1990's series. The graphic novel collection gives the world of Terry McGinnis an even more epic feeling than ever before through merging alternate timelines together to cataclysmic results.

Graphic Review: The Remaining

Christian comic book publisher Kingstone Media has stepped out of its comfort zone recently with their release of the graphic novel version of faith-based horror film The Remaining. Although the company has printed original stories before outside of its historical and Biblical accounts, the move pushes the proverbial envelope even further. Casey La Scala's vision of the Rapture differs from what we've ever seen before through the entertaining, yet relatively sanitized, Left Behind and Revelation Road movies.  

Graphic Review: Justice League Volume 5: Forever Heroes

DC Comics’ massive Universe-wide event Forever Evil was way too large to amass in one volume. The story continues in the graphic novel Justice League Volume 5: Forever Heroes. It collects issues 24 through 29 of the dramatic action-packed monthly series. 

Graphic Review: Aquaman Volume 4: Death of a King

Aquaman Volume 4: Death of a King takes the monthly comic book series in a whole different direction. The book collects issues 17 through 19 and 21 through 25 of what I consider to be one of the best titles to come out of the New 52 relaunch. A character that was once laughed at by many readers is now thought of as an essential member of the greatest super hero team on the Earth - the Justice League.

Graphic Review: Batman/Superman Volume 1: Cross World

When I first saw the cover of Batman/Superman Issue #1, I was instantly excited to read it and take in as much of Jae Lee's fabulous art as I could. Unlike the art, the direction the story took disappointed me. Batman/Superman Volume 1: Cross World leaves me with mixed feelings.

Graphic Review: World’s Finest Vol. 2: Hunt and Be Hunted

As a fan of Batman, I'll pick up anything that has to do with the Dark Knight's extended family. Therefore, I've been keeping up with the adventures of Huntress and Power Girl as they make their way through the crime-ridden streets of our universe and try to find a way back to Earth 2. I was excited to dive into World's Finest Volume 2: Hunt and Be Hunted, but walked away a bit disappointed.

Skywalker A Family at War (Book Review)

The galaxy’s most influential family gets a historical account in the latest Star Wars book. Chronicling the Skywalker journey from Shmi to Rey, it’s...