Star Wars: Mace Windu #1

Writer: Matt Owens Penciler: Denys Cowan Colorist: Guru-eFx Inker: Roberto Poggi Letterer: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel As we edge closer and closer to The Last Jedi this December, Disney and Marvel continue to put out a ton of Star Wars comics and other extended universe material. The latest spinoff book to hit comic shops is…

Elsewhere #1 Review

Title: Elsewhere Writer: Jay Faerber Artist: Sumeyye Kesgin Colorist: Ron Riley Publisher: Image It’s always fun seeing a book that combines historical figures with a heavy fantasy/sci-fi premise. In Elsewhere, the latest Image title from the writer of Copperhead, the story imagines what it would be like if Amelia Earheart landed in a fantasy realm…

Go Go Power Rangers #1 Review

Title: Go Go Power Rangers Writer: Ryan Parrott Artist: Dan Mora Publisher: Boom! Studios For most people, Power Rangers ended with the Mighty Morphin era in the 90s. I however watched the show religiously all throughout elementary and middle school, with Time Force and Lost Galaxy probably ranking as my favorite seasons. That said, 2017…

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Astonishing X-Men #1

Title: Astonishing X-Men Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Jim Cheung Publisher: Marvel Astonishing is one of the most seminal X-Men titles in the franchise’s history. With iconic runs by Joss Whedon, Warren Ellis and Marjorie Liu, this title has a rich and expansive legacy associated with its name. Given how revered it is among fans, the…

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Immortal #1

Title: Immortal Writer: Rob Potchak Artist: Owen Gieni Colorist: Studio Makma Publisher: Keenspot Entertainment After being alive for more than 700 years, Immortal Elisa thinks she’s seen everything there is to see. She’s fought battles, trained other immortals and met an array of both mythological and historical characters. Now juggling a life in 1997 as…

Unholy Grail #1

Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Mirko Colak Colorist: Maria Santaolalla Publisher: Aftershock Comics Guy Ritchie and Charlie Hunnam aren’t the only ones in 2017 to tackle the King Arthur mythos. Yet whereas the recent Warner Bros. movie offered a more action-packed and swashbuckler take on the iconic story, the new comic from Aftershock is an entirely…