Author Archives: Gustavo S Lodi

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“The Highest House” #2

By | Mar 29, 2018 | Reviews

Mike Carey and Peter Gross, the same team behind “The Unwritten,” continue to expand the world around the Highest House, its denizens, history, and customs. In a tale that feels new and familiar at the same time, the pair proves they are some of comics’ best in terms of crafting new characters and taking them […]

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“Punks Not Dead” #2

By | Mar 22, 2018 | Reviews

“Punks Not Dead,” the adventures of punk ghost, Sid, and Fergie, the nerdy boy to whom he gets attached to, continues on issue #2 as the pair starts to get used to living bound to one another. But do a time-displaced punk, an awkward young lad and the twisted agents giving chase provide for some […]

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“Gideon Falls” #1

By | Mar 8, 2018 | Reviews

On its debut issue, “Gideon Falls” #1 delivers a powerful story wrapped on some truly amazing art. With the makings of a great horror drama, this series could be something truly unique, beautiful, and haunting. Written by Jeff Lemire Illustrated by Andrea Sorrentino Colored by Dave Stewart Lettered by Steve Wands A brand-new ongoing series […]

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“The Terrifics” #1

By | Mar 1, 2018 | Reviews

“The Terrifics,” potentially the most high-profile series launching from DC’s ‘New Age of Heroes’ line, debuts a familiar group dynamic, even if done with characters that have never been on the same group before. But is this debut issue more than a wink and a nod to classic Fantastic Four stories, or does it fall […]

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“Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep” #1

By | Feb 22, 2018 | Reviews

Bloodborne, the game series stepped into the macabre and with gameplay that mandates constant death, game overs and restarts gets a comic book limited series in “Bloodborne The Death of Sleep”. But can the creative team succeed in translating that formula into an interesting reading experience? Turns out they can, both for those versed on […]

Kick-Ass 2018 Reviews
“Kick-Ass” #1

By | Feb 16, 2018 | Reviews

“Kick-Ass” #1 marks the return of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. to one of their most recognizable concepts. This time around though, the titular character is not Dave Lizewski, but rather Patience Lee, an Afghanistan war vet returning to the US to find a less-than-ideal welcome party. Does the change on scenario, lead and […]

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“Mech Cadet Yu” #6

By | Feb 8, 2018 | Reviews

“Mech Cadet Yu” #6 narrates how Yu and the other cadets try to escape a horde of baby Shargs from their own base in an issue that is a light, fast-paced story with a strong focus on action. But is that a good thing, meaning a fun read with compelling art, or does it translate […]

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“Detective Comics Annual” #1

By | Feb 1, 2018 | Reviews

For the better part of his run on “Detective Comics,” James Tynion IV has been exploring the nature of villainy and heroism for Clayface. And as his story is coming to a head over at the main series, this annual covers, with great ability, what were the missteps, tragedies and decisions that led Basil down […]

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“Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps” #37

By | Jan 26, 2018 | Reviews

“Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps” has been, since its Rebirth launch, a love letter to the four human Green Lanterns, as each arc progressed their individual struggles and battles. But will the current storyline, dealing with a confrontation with Zod and his House refresh the book from what is becoming a somewhat formulaic […]

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“Batman” #39

By | Jan 18, 2018 | Reviews

“Batman” #39 marks the second portion of King’s ‘Super Friends’ arc. And while the first segment focused on Batman’s and Superman’s friendship, this issue starts to cover Bruce’s and Diana’s relationship. This is certainly a good issue, but there are some problems that prevent it from being great. Let’s discuss! Written by Tom King Illustrated […]

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“Mister Miracle”#6

By | Jan 12, 2018 | Reviews

“Mister Miracle” has been consistently one of the best books on the stands for its five first issues. The mature take on Scott Free and Barda, combined with a traditional nine-grid panelling yet experimental storytelling, has been a successful formula for Tom King and Mitch Gerads. So does issue 6 continue that trend? Yes, absolutely […]


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