Author Archives: Eric Goebelbecker

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Feature - Archie Halloween Spectacular Reviews
“Archie Halloween Spectacular” #1

By | Oct 12, 2018 | Reviews

This Halloween, Archie Comics offers up a collection of traditional Archie stories. They’re all written by longtime fan-favorite Dan Parent. “Archie’s Halloween Spectacular” includes three light-hearted Halloween-themed tales and a collection of “party tips” from Betty and Veronica. Written by Dan Parent Penciled by Bill Golliher, Jeff Shultz, Bill Galvan Inked by Bob Smith, Jim […]

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“Sparrowhawk” #1

By | Oct 5, 2018 | Reviews

Wish fulfillment is a heck of a thing. One minute you’re looking into the mirror and dreaming of a better life. The next, you’re making Faustian bargains with a wolpertinger (think “fanged Jackalope”) on the other side of the mirror. This is the world Delilah S. Dawson brings to us in her return to comics. […]

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Five Thoughts On The Gifted’s “unMoored”

By | Oct 3, 2018 | Television

We’re back with “unMoored,” episode two of the second season of The Gifted. This week action took a backseat to character development, as we examined the cast’s different motivations and relationships. We got some interesting insights into the players, and one major character made his return. So, let’s dive in! 1. Thunderbird is hard on himself. […]

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“Heroes in Crisis” #1

By | Sep 27, 2018 | Reviews

What impact does the violence that superheroes see everyday have on their well-being? Tom King’s “Heroes in Crisis” confronts this question. It’s a question that’s been asked before, but it’s refreshing to see it done without engaging in a complete deconstruction of the genre. This review contains minor spoilers. Written by Tom King Illustrated by […]

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“Immortal Hulk” #6

By | Sep 21, 2018 | Reviews

The Hulk’s recent actions have drawn unwanted attention to him, and his return from the grave is no longer a secret. This review contains spoilers. Written by Al Ewing Illustrated by Lee Garbett Colored by Paul Mounts Lettered by VC’s Cory Petit Bruce Banner is alive — and everyone knows it. Now he’s hunted by […]

“Dejah Thoris” #8

By | Sep 14, 2018 | Reviews

In “Dejah Thoris” #8, Black Martians attack the Helium science ship the princess, and her grandfather, are commanding. Why are they here? What do they want? Will Dejah and the ship’s crew survive? This review contains minor spoilers. Written by Amy Chu Illustrated by Pasquale Qualano Colored by Valentina Pinto Lettered by Thomas Napolitano Lies, lies, […]

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“Relay” #3

By | Sep 7, 2018 | Reviews

“Relay” #3 answers some of the questions raised in the conclusion of issue #2. But the answers come at a great cost and with even larger and more dangerous questions. This review will contain spoilers. Written by Zac Thompson Illustrated by Andy Clarke Colored by Jose Villarubia & Dan Brown Lettered by Charles Pritchett In […]

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“House Amok” #1

By | Aug 30, 2018 | Comics

“House Amok” #1 begins a story woven from elements of conspiracy thrillers, Lovecraftian horror, and contemporary folklore. It’s a unique tale that will leave you scratching your head in puzzlement while asking for more. Written by Christopher Sebela Illustrated by Shawn McManus Colored by Lee Loughridge Lettered by Aditya Bidikar Ten-year-old fraternal twin Dylan Sandifer […]

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“Extermination” #1

By | Aug 17, 2018 | Reviews

“Extermination” #1 kicks off the next big X-Men epic. Like all big epics, it starts off with a couple of events designed to upset the status quo. So it’s inevitable that this review contains major spoilers. Written by Ed Brisson Illustrated by Pepe Larraz Colored by Marte Gracia Lettered by VC’s Joe Sabino EXTERMINATE THE […]


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