Comic Book Reviews (March)

I’m currently following three comics. Seeing as they land the same week, I’ve decided to cross post all three reviews at once. I could devote a whole week to comics every month, but I’m always reading other stuff I want to talk about and I’ve been writing a lot as well, which limits posting time.Continue reading “Comic Book Reviews (March)”

Review: Mass Effect Foundation (#8)

The beginning of the eighth issue of Mass Effect: Foundation deals with the aftermath of Kai Leng and Agent Rasa’s failure to capture Jack in the previous issue. The tension between them seems worse than the repercussions of their failure. Kai Leng’s facial expressions here are so well drawn! Between that and his posture, his furyContinue reading “Review: Mass Effect Foundation (#8)”

Review: Pariah: Volume 1

Vitros are children born of an experiment designed to cure rare and fatal diseases in-vitro. They’re essentially human, but highly intelligent. Like all sub-sets of the population, they’re regarded with distrust, however. Some attempt to blend with society, others are hidden away and yet others are invited to put their exemplary minds to use. WhenContinue reading “Review: Pariah: Volume 1”

Review: Mass Effect: Foundation (#6)

 Mass Effect: Foundation by Mac Walters (Writer) and Matthew Clarke (Artist). Mass Effect: Foundation is a series of thirteen comics that explore the back stories of the companions encountered by Commander Shepard, the hero of the video game series Mass Effect. In the previous issue, Miranda and Jacob set out to collect intel regarding the whereaboutsContinue reading “Review: Mass Effect: Foundation (#6)”

New York Comic Con 2013

My mission this year at the New York Comicon was to meet Greg Capullo. I failed miserably, in part due to the NYCC mobile app being all but useless and because there were 125,000 people pressed hip to shoulder inside the Javits Center. Navigating the crowd became the featured activity, seconded by finding an emptyContinue reading “New York Comic Con 2013”