Conan The Barbarian: Exodus #1 Review and Spoilers

Writer and artist Esad Ribic’s decision to rely solely on image and layout to tell most of his story forces the reader to dwell longer on the visuals of the story and he is a good enough storyteller to make it worth your while to do so. Allow me to explain… Continue reading Conan The Barbarian: Exodus #1 Review and Spoilers

Champions #8 Review and Spoilers

Sam Alexander’s in a spot of bother. Having taken Kaldera, a Black Order assassin, to a Nova outpost to retrieve his Nova helmet (a decision that produced a depressingly predictable amount of bloodshed and mayhem), he’s found out that the helmet’s already been stolen and taken back to Earth. Oh, the irony! This issue has “big, messy confrontation” written all over it, doesn’t it? Let’s see what’s going on… Continue reading Champions #8 Review and Spoilers

Age of Conan: Belit #5 Review And Spoilers

To be fair, Tini Howard’s Belit is a strong, engaging character and Niemcyk’s art (although not really my favorite style) has grown on me and both do a decent job of telling their chosen story. The fact it’s not really the story I wanted is just one of life’s little annoyances, isn’t it? Let’s see how it ends… Continue reading Age of Conan: Belit #5 Review And Spoilers