“Casey and Church in particular make the best use of the inherited artwork and visual ques, seizing every opportunity they can to milk the camp factor and stack the volume with as many double entendres as humanly (or inhumanly for that matter) possible.”
Talent #4 (Boom! Studios)
“…quite the sight to see. There’s a serious mythology element played up and it gives a sort of Millennium Group vibe to the title. The mix of energies works perfectly, and the whimsical couple of assassins tracking along add a fun comic slant. Good stuff all around, and solid entertainment.”
“The art is very nice, too.”Â The fight is nicely choreographed, and although we don’t get much of a sense of New Orleans, we do get a nice sense of the elements.”Â The story is called Hydrophobia, and Grant and Dzialowski do a good job bringing water into the story and making it a palpable presence in the book.”Â The art gives the book a nice, moody feel, which it needs, and adds to the mystery of Danae.
“I have never read the original series (which is referenced on the cover), so I have no idea how it’s connected to that.”Â It doesn’t really matter, though, because this is a good story that you can read without any knowledge of the old series, or even knowledge that it exists.”
This piece of work had me laughing out loud, which isn’t a very common occurence.
an excellent sample.Robert Weiman
Writing: This was another funny issue of the Mystery Science Theatre 3000 of comic books.
Writing:“Â I found most”Â of the humor to be very engaging and the characters themselves”Â definately had me”Â interested and engrossed”Â in both the plot and the snappy one liners.
Writing: This comedic look at post-apocalyptic rednecks had me chuckling on almost every page.
Writing: \You can’t help but really like the main characters, and the book doesn’t take itself to seriously.”Â It has one purpose and that is to entertain….and that it does.
Artwork: Pretty much the quality that you expect from a Boom! Studio publication.”Â Really good.
I’m really antsy to see where it’s going next.
Writing:“Â I think one of the things I like best about this title is the character development.”Â This issue shows how far Miles has come in his journey from mild mannered suburbanite to hero and leader, even joking about preferring King Miles to President Miles.
Writing: I enjoyed this issue… This was a good finish to this part of the series.
“it’s executed just as ably as Giffen and DeMatteis’ last few visits to the sitcom-style superheroics they’re known for. Fans of the JLI reunion miniseries-es and their recent Defenders mini (um, like me) should definitely dig it.”
“Whisper #1 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Boom! Studios has acquired the rights to this old comic (formerly published by First Comics); so if you’re an old fan, you’ll enjoy getting reacquainted with Whisper, and if you have no idea what I’m talking about, that’s okay too. Just take a look at an indie book that was popular enough to be brought back to life at a different company. What have you got to lose?!”