A Tribute to Stan Lee: Fantastic Four #1 Review

(This review may contain spoilers for the story content.) Introduction: A great man has fallen. His legend lives on. Many of us comic fans have grieved over Stan Lee's recent passing. Lee revolutionized the genre of superhero comics by shying away from a number of preexisting conventions and establishing new approaches that had a lasting... Continue Reading →

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Tezla #1 Review

(This review may contain spoilers for the story content.) Introduction: For my next comic review, I decided to focus on a single issue from an independent publisher. I chose to review Tezla #1 from Heroes: Ignited, another comic imprint of Short Fuse Media Group, similar to the comic I covered in my last post. Tezla focuses on Tessa... Continue Reading →

Hotshot: A Hero’s Welcome Review

(This review may contain spoilers for the story content.) Introduction: After writing an earlier post on a comic from an independent publisher, I found that my interest in indie comics had elevated. As such, after a referral by Brant Fowler (a founder of Last Ember Press), I looked into Short Fuse Media Group, a publisher that... Continue Reading →

Batman / Deadman: Death and Glory Review

(This review may contain spoilers for the story content.) Introduction: For Halloween, I figured that it would be appropriate for my next review to be on Batman, a hero who operates during the dead of the night, and Deadman, a hero who saves the day now that he is dead. Specifically, I am reviewing Batman/Deadman: Death and... Continue Reading →

The Last Ember #0 Review

(This review may contain spoilers for the story content.) Introduction: As indicated in the title, this comic book review is on The Last Ember #0, published by Last Ember Press. The issue is the first of an ongoing title that is the flagship series of the publisher. The book is co-plotted by Brant Fowler and John... Continue Reading →

Invincible Vol. 1: Family Matters Review

(This review may contain spoilers for the story content.) Introduction: For this post, I am writing a review on the first trade paperback for Invincible from the publisher Image Comics. The first trade, Invincible Vol. 1: Family Matters, contains the first four issues of the title. I went into reading this comic for this review without any... Continue Reading →

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