Auteur is competently off its rocker. The word unique doesn’t even begin to describe the level of insanity in this comic, but it’s a start. Grotesque, and appalling would also suit this story well, however, that’s not to say it’s a bad comic. Auteur is radically different from your typical narrative, but that’s just what might […]
Another installment in the Amy Devlin Mystery files, Lost and Found is your typical C.S.I type crime story. Nothing too out of the ordinary, someones been up to no good, and Amy is going to get to the bottom of it, again. But
It’s always disheartening to see a good comic series with potential to start looking down so early, but when you come off such a high start, it’s easy to fall underneath the bar you set up for yourself. Unfortunately, that’s what happens in chapter 3 of The Bunker
Sometimes, for the sake of narrative, an author has to cover subjects that are not only horrible, but may have affected some of their readers personally, and this issue of The Bunker does just that.
No costumed heroes or super-powered mutants, just a talking cat with a lot to say. Written by Paul Tobin, I was the Cat is a unique and compelling story for anyone who enjoys a healthy dose of history, and mischievous talking animals. But don’t think this story pussy-foots around when it comes to action, because
As the post-apocalypse genre gets more and more overcrowded with uninspired attempts at making a decent comic book, authors and artists alike are becoming hard-pressed to create something worth reading while doing the genre justice. The Bunker from Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari does this and more in just the first issue.
Recently at a local GameStop I saw a console that I never heard any news from since its inception, PlayJam’s GameStick. For the very low price of $50, and me being the frivolous spender that I am, I couldn’t help myself but to buy it. A $50 Android console that could probably just be another […]