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)”
Well I’m going to partly prepare for some hate coming my way for this but I think JESSICA JONES was not as great as people are making it out to be – it’s good, don’t get me wrong, but is it great? Would I watch it again? Am I dying for season 2? No, not really.
For me, with Marvels original series through Netflix efforts, DareDevil (DD from hereon!) remains the standard to beat, flaws and all. Continue reading “Why JESSICA JONES isn’t “All that!””