Author Archives: Elias Rosner

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SLAM The Next Jam #1 - Featured Reviews
“SLAM! The Next Jam” #1

By | Sep 14, 2017 | Reviews

Returning from the depths of cancellation, “SLAM!” graces us with another bout, another race, another shot at redemption. The roller girls are back but can they retake the lead? Written by Pamela Ribon Illustrated by Marina Julia Colored by Marissa Louise Lettered by Jim Campbell Get ready for another lap around the track in this […]

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“Black Bolt” #5

By | Sep 8, 2017 | Reviews

The Silent King is tested once again. Who do you fight for, Black Bolt? Who do you side with? Have you learned your lessons from your time with the Illuminati? Or will you once again abandon the humanity that made you wise in the first place? Spoilers ahead. Written by Saladin Ahmed Illustrated and colored […]

Spider-Gwen #23 - Featured Reviews
“Spider-Gwen” #23

By | Sep 1, 2017 | Reviews

Hark, what’s that off in the distance? Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a “Spider-Gwen” issue with almost no Spider-Gwen. And for once, this time that is a blessing. Spoilers ahead for, plot? I guess? Don’t worry. This month is basically a one-shot. Written by Hannah Blumenreich and Jason Latour Illustrated […]

War Mother Featured Reviews
“War Mother” #1

By | Aug 24, 2017 | Reviews

Arriving on the scene amidst a blaze of fire and fury comes “War Mother,” the highly anticipated and highly demanded (if the solicits can be believed) spin-off character from one of Valiant’s many micro-events “4001 AD.” But who is this war mother and, for those (like myself) who missed out on the “4001 AD” tie-ins, […]

Descender 23 Featured Reviews
“Descender” #23

By | Aug 17, 2017 | Reviews

We all knew it was coming but it still doesn’t make it any less shocking. We open on the final few moments of the previous issue, now able to fully comprehend the events we witnessed. War is here. War is cruel and not everyone will survive. Due to the plot heavy nature of this arc, […]

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“Low” #19

By | Aug 11, 2017 | Reviews

Rising from the depths of a two month delay, the finale of “Low’s” fourth arc arrives in all it’s bleak, bleak glory…just in time for it to disappear into the ether once again. *sigh.* Rick. Buddy. At least let us know in the back matter when you expect the next arc to start up again. […]

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“Black Bolt” #4

By | Aug 4, 2017 | Reviews

In darkness, the Midnight King questions his life. Once again given the freedom to speak, he allows another to fill the silence, for that is what he is most comfortable with. He listens to the crusher, for that is what good men do. For he is a good man . . . isn’t he? Written […]

“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Usagi Yojimbo” #1

By | Jul 28, 2017 | Reviews

Rejoice! Two powerhouses of indie comics have reunited to bring us action! Swordfighting! And lots and lots of terrifying faces. We’re in for quite the ride. Written, Illustrated, and Lettered by Stan Sakai Colored by Tom Luth The TMNT are teleported to a world of talking animals—the world of Usagi Yojimbo! When the samurai rabbit […]

Moonstruck #1 Featured Image Reviews
“Moonstruck” #1

By | Jul 21, 2017 | Reviews

Coffee, cat foam lattes, and centaurs open up Image’s newest all-ages fantasy com- Wait, wait, wait. Did I type that right? An all-ages comic from Image? And it’s by one of the “Lumberjanes” co-creators?! Well, this is certainly a surprise. < b> Written by Grace Ellis Illustrated by Shae Beagle & Kate Leth Colored by […]

War For The Planet Of The Apes #1 Featured Image Reviews
“War for the Planet of the Apes” #1

By | Jul 14, 2017 | Reviews

War is coming. Drums beat, the ground crunches beneath the wheels of tanks and the feet of soldiers, and our comic opens on… a girl berating a hooded farmhand for being bad fastening ropes around pigs… Uh oh. Written by David F. Walker Illustrated by Jonas Scharf Colored by Jason Wordie Lettered by Ed Dukeshire […]

Black Bolt 3 Featured Reviews
“Black Bolt” #3

By | Jul 7, 2017 | Reviews

Two issues ago, The Silent King was granted the ability to speak without fear, without the violence that usually accompanies his words…without its power. Can he, and the other powerless prisoners, escape from the Jailer’s clutches and recover what was lost? Does he even want to? Minor spoilers ahead Written by Saladin Ahmed Illustrated by […]


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