Author: Garret Tumey

COMIC REVIEW: Super Sons #1

Out today from DC is Super Sons #1, featuring everyone’s favorite Justice League Junior’s, Damian Wayne and Jonathon Kent. Story and words by Peter J. Tomasi (Superman), illustrated by Jorge Jimenez (Earth 2: Society). With colors done by Alejandro Sanchez (Injustice: Gods Among Us) and letters by Rob Leigh (Jonah Hex). [SPOILERS AHEAD] This issue begins with a prologue where a seemingly normal family sitting around watching TV and eating popcorn. When one of the children starts to demand things from the others, and everyone seems to just obey her. After a mandatory group hug, it’s revealed that the...

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COMIC REVIEW: Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #12

Out today is Saban’s, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #12 from Boom! Studios. Written by Kyle Higgans (Hadrian’s Wall) and letters done by Ed Dukeshire (SOA: Redwood Original). Illustrations by Hendry Prasetya (Star Trek) with colors by Matt Herms (Sonic Universe). Including the usual short starring everyone’s favorite Bulk & Skull, written by Steve Orlando (Midnighter & Apollo). Art by Corin Howell (X-Files) and Jeremy Lawson (Teen Titans Go!). The adventures were never this big in the show, and neither was the danger they face. It’s an over-dose of nostalgia in the best way, with Zords, quirky robots, mysterious weapons and the...

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COMIC REVIEW: Assassin’s Creed: Reflections #1

On sale March 8th from Titan Comics is Assassin’s Creed Reflections. The brand-new comic book series, features four stand-alone adventures starring assassins from the Ubisoft video game franchise Assassin’s Creed. Starting off the series with Ezio  from Assassin’s Creed II, and including many others. Written by Eisner-nominated Ian Edginton (Last Descendants) and illustrated by Valeria Favoccia (Assassin’s Creed Uprising), Reflections goes beyond the the main story lines of the video game, with all new stories for not only comic book readers but video game fans as well.    In this issue, Templar agent Otso Berg’s research through the Animus Technology, leads him to Florence in the 15th century. Using the memories...

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COMIC REVIEW: Black #4

Out today is Black #4 from Black Mask Studios, written by Kwanza Osajyefo with designs by Tim Smith 3 (Deadpool: Too Soon?). Illustrated by Jamal Igle (Firestorm) plus a slew others contributing to the art. Publisher Matt Pizzolo (Young Terrorists) keeps Black Mask right on track with another series that taps into current social issues. Our story continue’s, with Kareem on the run from Juncture and his team. He is now investigating The Project, hoping to find the answers to his questions in a world where only black people have superpowers. Kareem is using his still unknown powers, to instantly...

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COMIC REVIEW: Death be Damned #1

Out today, is Death be Damned from Boom! Created and written by Ben Acker (Deadpool v Gambit), Ben Blacker (Thunderbolts) and Andrew Miller. Illustrated by Hannah Christenson (Mouse Guard) and colored by Juan Useche (Sombra) with letters by Colin Bell (Mayday). Set in the old west, it’s a tale of death, magic rituals and some good old spaghetti western style vengeance. The issue begins with a posse of men riding off into the horizon, away from a disheveled farm. A woman is floating face down in a small pond, shot and left for dead. The woman suddenly is awake...

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