“Mark Waid’s IRREDEEMABLE continues to be one of the most explosive maxi-series of the modern era… it’s everything ultimately classic about superheroes rolled up and served in an enticing new skin.” — Multiversity Comics
Major Spoilers has a 10-page preview of Andrew Cosby (EUREKA) and Michael Alan Nelson’s (HEXED) latest: SWORDSMITH ASSASSIN. Check it out now!
EUREKA: DORMANT GENE artist Mark Dos Santos sits down with Newsarama to talk wacky scientists, genius goths and more! Check it out now!
“The writing by Andrew Cosby and Michael Alan Nelson is excellent and really moves the story along, while at the same time keeping a samurai spirit… I have to give the creative nod to artist Ayhan Hayrula though as the …
“THE INCREDIBLES: FAMILY MATTERS continues to cement its position as one of the most enjoyable licensed comics in recent memory.” — Comics Bulletin
“…there isn’t a better option than THE INCREDIBLES…. This is a fun, kid-friendly book, and Mark Waid nailed the characters’ mix of humor and heroism into a great story.” — Project Fanboy
“I’d recommend it to anyone, as it’s really worth taking a look at. I was genuinely angry when the issue came to a close. I can’t wait for the second issue.” — Project Fanboy
Here are the BOOM! Studios titles in stores this week (6/24/09). Enjoy! CARS: THE ROOKIE #3 (CVR A)CARS: THE ROOKIE #3 (CVR B)Written by Alan J. PorterDrawn by Albert CarreresSC, 24 pgs, FC, SRP: $2.99Diamond Code: MAR094135 Lightning McQueen’s thrilling …
“While I love a great looking comic book, give me smart and interesting characters and I’m on board for the long haul. Waid does that every time.” — The Comic Addiction
FARSCAPE scribe Keith DeCandido sat down with Comics Waiting Room to talk Hynerians, Peacekeepers and intergalactic war! Check it out now!
“The book has a lot of heart and soul… the book is a delight to read. Anyone interested in a breath of fresh air from the superhero genre would do well to pick up the issue or the eventual trade …
“It’s a gripping page turner that in just two issues shows signs of delving deep into the notion of what happens when a superhero goes bad and what could get him to that point.” — The Scoop