REVIEW: “Bounty” Volume 1 (Image Comics)

Bounty: Volume 1 (Image Comics) STORY : Kurtis Wiebe ART : Mindy Lee (art) & Leonardo Olea (colours) Good, clean(ish) fun. This book is utterly and totally hilarious and yet it’s not a comedy book. It really is remarkable when I can read a comic nowadays and be THIS entertained given how many there are…

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…

DC Rebirth: 1 Year In Review

I’ve recently been asked by the good folks at Comic Con India to continue my collaboration efforts with them to promote the culture of sci-fi, fantasy and of course, comics. They’ve recently launched an effort called The Geekly which is like a free-to-read collective blog which will field (for now anyway) contributions from their founder…

Iron Fist Reviewed (Eps 1-4): A Solid Series

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 so far. WARNING! POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD! I felt compelled to write this review (I don’t…

REVIEW: The Illuminati (Marvel, 2015)

The Illuminati #1 (MARVEL, 2016) STORY : Joshua Williamson ART : Shawn Crystal There have been other Marvel series bearing this name, This is the recent one where supervillainThe Hood tries to recruit Titania and a bunch of villains to form his own evil Illuminati

REVIEW: Devi: Rebirth #1 (Graphic India, 2016)

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 and with several starts and stops, this comic seems to be trying to be both…