Sign Up!
Login

Welcome to The Pop Culture Network
Friday, August 29 2014 @ 11:11 PM CDT

I Need Comics
INeedComics.com

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Review: Wayward #1

Comic Reviews

Jim Zub has a pretty good track record when it comes to creator-owned series’. He currently has Skullkickers with Image Comics, which has been running for a few years now. Along with work-for-hire projects like Marvel’s Figment and IDW’s Samurai Jack, that is a solid track record of quality work. Along with Steve Cummings, John Rauch, and Marshall Dillon, they hope to see the trend continue with Wayward.

Wayward has been described as Buffy, The Vampire Slayer for a new generation. Let’s see if that holds true.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Marvel Rapid Reviews for 8/13/2014

Comic Reviews
Some quick thoughts on All-New X-Men #30, Inhuman #3, Amazing Spider-Man #5.

 

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Comiholics 41 - Star Trek, Day Men, New Avengers, and Moonshine

Comic Reviews
DiRT and The Apocalypse are finally back with a fresh episode of the drunkenest podcast in comicdom! This episode, they geek out over Star Trek (and also anger the hardest hardcore Trekkies), discuss why the vampires in Day Men don't suck (so to speak), DiRT cops to reading New Avengers, Apocalypse admits he's way behind on Spider-Man, and they both drink more moonshine - which is always a disaster waiting to happen.
Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Review: Uncanny X-Men #24

Comic Reviews

“The Last Will and Testament” is billed as a tie-in to the Original Sin event. Honestly, so far there is nothing in revealing Charles Xavier’s will that links it to Original Sin. Except a secret from Xavier’s past being brought to the forefront. Anyway, if you ignore all that, the reader gets a pretty compelling story that assembles Cyclops’ X-Men and the X-Men of the Jean Grey School.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Review: Uncanny Avengers #22

Comic Reviews

The last 10+ issues of Uncanny Avengers have been building to this moment. The conclusion of “Avenge the Earth”. We have seen Avengers die, time travel, and Celestials. Speaking of Celestials, Kang the Conquerer has double-crossed the Avengers and stolen the cosmic energy of the Celestial Executioner. Can the Unity Squad finally work together to stop Kang’s madness?

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Slipping Through The Shelves - Barbarian Lord by Matt Smith

Comic Reviews
 
Slipping through the Shelves is a column about the often missed and overlooked gems of the comic book and graphic storytelling world and why they merit another look.
Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Review: Uncanny X-Men #23

Comic Reviews

During the Original Sin event, some of the deepest, darkest secrets of the Marvel universe are being revealed. Even though Uncanny X-Men isn’t a direct tie-in to Original Sin, Brian Michael Bendis is taking this opportunity to bring forth a dark secret in Charles Xavier’s past with “The Last Will and Testament of Charles Xavier”.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Review: Spread #1

Comic Reviews

Justin Jordan has been on a nice role over at Image Comics. First he put out his collection of Luther Strode volumes, with the third and last being worked on now. Then Jordan put out Dead Body Road. His next project sees him tackling the horror genre with Spread, which is a mixture of The Walking Dead and John Wayne as the star. We’re taken to an Earth overrun by a deadly disease that turns humans into these rabid creatures. We meet No, who appears to be immune to the virus. No is a man of few words, but he knows how to protect himself.

Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Slipping Through The Shelves - Escapo by Paul Pope

Comic Reviews
Slipping through the Shelves is a column about the often missed and overlooked gems of the comic book and graphic storytelling world and why they merit another look.
Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version

Review: Rocket Raccoon #1

Comic Reviews

Mix one rambunctious talking raccoon with one of the most popular cartoonist in the industry today, and you have the makings of a hit comic book on your hands. Skottie Young pulls double-duty as writer and artist on Rocket Raccoon. The demand for a book starring Rocket is due to the renewed interest Marvel has been giving to not only the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, but to the cosmic side of their universe as well.

Follow Us!

Older Stories

Sunday 27-Jul


Friday 25-Jul


Thursday 24-Jul


Tuesday 22-Jul


Monday 21-Jul


Friday 18-Jul


Wednesday 16-Jul


Tuesday 15-Jul


Friday 11-Jul

PCN on Twitter!

My Account





Sign up as a New User
Lost your password?

Friends of PCN