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Story: Martin Comity, trumpet player, jazz musician. Booze hound. Addict. Martin looks for the next thing to keep his mind occupied. Drink, women, drugs…and then a drug called New Blue comes along. And let’s just say this drug ain’t like anything Martin … Continue reading
Read the original piece (okay, I wrote this in 2003) HERE at Green Man Review! Let’s face it; if you spent your life stealing stuff to make a living, wouldn’t it be tempting to chuck your “career” for a guaranteed … Continue reading
Story: Humans on Mars! The first colony of sunlight dwellers make their mark on Mars. Perhaps too much of a mark. In digging down into the red soil, they happened upon an underground city that used to be inhabited by … Continue reading
Nutshell: Eerie art and clever writing gets October Faction off to a good start, series-wise. Would love to have some behind-the-scenes tidbits and sketch covers in this TPB, but I can wait. Looking forward to seeing these characters develop, but … Continue reading
Nutshell: A strange, compelling hybrid of Batman Detective Comics and “New 52” Batman, there’s plenty of tie-ins to the Bruce/Bat canon. So much so that though it can be read as a stand-alone, it’s better if you know who’s who … Continue reading
Nutshell: Just like Harley’s poor brain, New Suicide Squad: Pure Insanity is muddled and violent. But unlike Harley, it’s not necessarily entertaining. It has its moments, but as DC is already rebooting the lineup, I’m guessing they felt the same … Continue reading
Nutshell: Gorgeous art and a fresh YA spin give Welcome to Gotham Academy a new take on a well-worn mythology. Though a little too dependent on manga tropes to be truly original, with tie-ins to other series in the Batman … Continue reading