[BOOK REVIEW] Boneshaker by Cherie Priest

Boneshaker (The Clockwork Century #1) by Cherie Priest My rating: 4 of 5 stars A solid entertainer. Gritty, stifling, dark and yet full of an adventurous energy. I’ve always like steampunk as a genre, though I’ve enjoyed it more with comics than books – more accessible and easier to find and try out, for me…

New Comic Covers: A-Ku’s Weekly Favourites (22nd March, 2018)

Aaand I’m back! This business of keeping a weekly schedule – man do I suck at it! Managed to get the Tomb Raider review in last week but missed out on this list the past couple of weeks. My fault. But back again as early as possible after the Wednesday releases! I’ve shortened the list…

A Bat(man) for the Ages. [Batman Anthology Review]

I’ve been reading a lot of comics for a long time now and I’ve reviewed my fair share on this blog and on other spaces and places around these inter-webs. In all this time as a comic reader and fan, one of my favourite characters consistently (and I’m sure for many of you too), has…

To Change, Or Not To Change.

I’m posting here today on a topic that plays a lot in my heart and mind and at the end I wanted to raise some questions that I can’t ever set aside and I’m curious to see if anyone who reads all this has any thoughts on the matter: Life as a whole has hit…

X-O Manowar Vol. 10: Exodus [REVIEW]

X-O Manowar Vol. 10: Exodus (Valiant Comics) STORY : Robert Vendetti ART : Rafa Sandoval Talk about ending a long series with a bang! Started out as just another superhero comic but turned into fantastic inter-galactic sci-fi in no time and since then has been a great balance between the human element of its star-lost…

All The Licensed Comics!

Comics are booming in popularity, variety and just generally being fantastic these days – and on the international scale it’s never been bigger and closer to mainstream than it is right now. One element of that which doesn’t get covered a lot by itself is the licensed properties, i.e, comics about things that weren’t originally…