Review: Twilight Zone Shadow and Substance #1

  It’s safe to say Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone has impacted generations of storytellers as few television programs have before and since its creation. For a series seeped in thought-provoking and emotionally enriching imagination, Twilight Zone was most effective at revealing the human condition. Now, more than ever, Rod Serling’s legacy if felt in the [...]

Review: Grayson #6

Grayson may have started as the little engine that could but with the current issue of the critically-acclaimed title is a runaway locomotive that keeps picking up steam. Tim Seeley, Tom King and Mikel Janin continue to meticulously craft the most emotional, character-driven thrill ride in mainstream comics. Those who have followed this series have [...]

Review: Star Wars #1

May fourth came a few months early this year, as the long-awaited Star Wars reboot officially launched this week. Written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by John Cassaday, this storyline takes place immediately after the events of Episode IV and begins with Luke, Leia and Han masquerading as members of Jabba the Hutt’s court. They [...]

Review: Action Comics #38

For some time now the creative team of Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder has been formidable. Their work on Action Comics is a breath of fresh air. Reviving the title and honoring its namesake, Pak and Kuder can’t do wrong! Action Comics #38 is rare breed. It’s something dark. Psychological. Surreal. Haunting. Mythic. It is [...]

Review: Shield #1

  For nearly a decade, the heroes of Marvel Comics have crossed over from the paneled pages to the big screen, creating some of the biggest summer blockbusters of all time. It was only a matter of time that the brains at the ‘House of Ideas’ decided to try it the other way around. Fan [...]