Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples INTERVIEW
Mar16

Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples INTERVIEW

This week marks the release of perhaps the most highly anticipated comic book series of the year. Living legend comic book scribe, Brian K. Vaughan has returned to comics and has teamed up with the amazing Fiona Staples to create Saga – an Image Comics ongoing series. I had a chance to sit down with them during Image Comics Expo in Oakland, CA and briefly discuss their careers and expectations for the book.   JH: It’s nice...

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Comic Book Review: The Devil’s Concubine
Feb11

Comic Book Review: The Devil’s Concubine

WRITTEN BY: PALLE SCHMIDT ART BY: PALLE SCHMIDT COVER ART: PETER SNEJBJERG PUBLISHER: IDW PUBLISHING Creating crime fiction can be a messy affair and I’m not even talking about the high bloodshed pre-requisite. Just like any good story the characters have to be intriguing, but the heart of a great crime tale is a complex and ultimately believable plot that manages to suspend any disbelief in the reader. Now if you can throw in a few...

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ADVANCE Comic Book Review: XENOHOLICS #1
Sep26

ADVANCE Comic Book Review: XENOHOLICS #1

WRITTEN BY: JOSHUA WILLIAMSON ART BY: SETH DAMOOSE COVER ART: DAN DUNCAN PUBLISHER: IMAGE SHADOWLINE Do You Believe? These were the three words that ran through my head when I first heard about Image Shadowline’s next ongoing series involving alien abductees. As a huge fan of the X-Files, I was initially concerned that this series was going to involve cliffhanger after cliffhanger void of any substantial scenes involving aliens....

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Comic Book Review: THE INTREPIDS #5
Jul26

Comic Book Review: THE INTREPIDS #5

WRITTEN BY: KURTIS J. WIEBE ART AND COVERS BY: SCOTT KOWALCHUK PUBLISHER: IMAGE COMICS Family dynamics is a very complicated matter. I don’t think anyone can honestly say their relationship with their parents is a perfect and flawless one. But at the same time, it’s the choices of the parents (good or bad) that directly influence choices their children will make as they grow up. Kurtis Wiebe doesn’t stray far from this concept and for...

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Comic Book Review: ELDRITCH! #1
Jul14

Comic Book Review: ELDRITCH! #1

WRITTEN BY: AARON ALEXOVICH ART BY: DREW RAUSCH PUBLISHER: N/A Can you remember when you were at the age when the world seemed like a big playground? Think real hard now, I know, feels like forever ago doesn’t it? I’d be lying if I said comic books don’t take me back to that moment in my life, because they absolutely do. However, my taste in story, character development, and art style has matured to fit my present sensibilities. Being...

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