Review: Skies of Fire

I met Vincenzo Ferriero and Ray Chou at the New York Comic Con (2014). Infected by their enthusiasm for their project, I handed over five dollars for an oversized, glossy comic book called Skies of Fire. I had flipped through it and the artwork appealed. Airships and pirates, bearded men dressed in flight jackets andContinue reading “Review: Skies of Fire”

Review: East of West Volume 3: There is No Us

East Of West Volume 3: There Is No Us’ collects issues 11-15 of the comic ‘East Of West’. It’s tempting to babble senselessly about how good this comic is, urge you to go out and buy all available issues right away, but I wouldn’t be much of a reviewer if I didn’t explain my fascination.Continue reading “Review: East of West Volume 3: There is No Us”

Review: East of West Vol. 2: We Are All One

 “There’s Horsemen on the plains, the sky’s red as blood, and only the blind can see a better end.” Fate was always going to put ‘East Of West’ in my path. I devour post-apocalyptic stories with unholy glee and have done since I discovered the ‘Book Of Revelation’, which is probably why I enjoy ‘EastContinue reading “Review: East of West Vol. 2: We Are All One”

Review: Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #2 by Zach Whedon and Georges Jeanty

It took me so long to get to the first issue of ‘Serenity: Leaves On The Wind’ that the second issue showed up in my inbox only a week later. Procrastination rewarded! There were no preview pages for this comic on the Dark Horse website before publication and when the first issue came out, reviewersContinue reading “Review: Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #2 by Zach Whedon and Georges Jeanty”

Review: Pariah #1 by Philip Gelatt and Brett Weldele

Pariah #1 is the first comic in a new series following the release of Aron Warner‘s Pariah Volume 1, where we learned about the Vitros, children born of an experiment designed to cure rare and fatal diseases in-vitro. They’re still human, just very intelligent, and like all sub-sets of the population, they’re regarded with distrust. After anContinue reading “Review: Pariah #1 by Philip Gelatt and Brett Weldele”