I’m sorry but if you haven’t seen the show at all or are just starting, there are some things revealed below – I watched the first 4 episodes on Netflix last night and this is my review/reaction to the show … Continue reading Iron Fist Reviewed (Eps 1-4): A Solid Series
Devi: Rebirth #1 (Graphic India) STORY: Siddharth Kotian ART : Mukesh Singh (art), Nanjan J (colours) & Jenny Frison (cover) This issue marks a revival of a relatively in-limbo character of Devi by Graphic India. Originally published by someone else … Continue reading REVIEW: Devi: Rebirth #1 (Graphic India, 2016)
It’s good to be home! After a week sweltering in China for work and turning into a human puddle in 80% humidity, it’s nice to be back in Delhi… where I can swelter and turn into a puddle in 70% … Continue reading A Beautiful Idea: Why Explore Space?
Detective Comics Rebirth #934 STORY : James Tynion IV ART : Eddy Barrows (pencils), Ever Ferreire (inks) & Adriano Lucas (colours) Gotham City. A huge, bustling city with massively high-highs and dark and terrible lows – a city with what … Continue reading DC Rebirth Reviewed: Detective Comics #934
Wonder Woman Rebirth #1 STORY : Greg Rucka ART : Matthew Clark, Sean Parsons, Liam Sharp, Jeremy Colwell, Laura Martin & Stanley “Artgerm” Lau Wonder Woman has always been a difficult property for DC in my experience – they’ve had … Continue reading DC Rebirth Reviewed: Wonder Woman
Black Panther #1 (Marvel Comics)
STORY : Ta-Nehisi Coates
ART : Brian Stelfreeze (artist), Laura Martin (colours) & VC’s Joe Sabino (letters)
As the mighty Marvel engines roll on, both on-screen and on the page, so too does the effort to diversify – something that has been a recurring issue for years and has been gaining ground more recently. On a personal note, I feel it’s also been a great deal more successfully done and better managed at Marvel than by many of their peers.
One of the most prominent amongst the non-caucasian characters in the MU has been The Black Panther. King, Avenger, Defender and even member of the FF and the superhero Illuminati (of the MU), T’Challa has been a powerful force in this world over the years – but after an intense but rocky few years, we’re back with him once again and here’s hoping it’s a positive step. Continue reading “REVIEW: Black Panther #1 (Marvel Comics, 2016)”