Lost Soldiers #3 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon The story begins at the scene of a warehouse shootout, with SUV’s acting as berries for each side. On one side, we see two old guys, and on the other, we see a team of younger men. The younger team is taking heavy casualties. Unfortunately, the skills and experience of a two-person…Read moreRead more

D&D Or Nothing: Episode 3

By Jeremiah Gagnon After leaving the waterfall. Aayushi’s horse stepped on a branch that set off a trap which sent a screech out into the air. Moments later the chanting of natives on the hunt could be heard. The party moved on. Love Trip flew up to look for anything, all they could see was…Read moreRead more

D&D or Nothing- Episode 2 and Book Review: The Mythic Odysseys of Theros

By Jeremiah Gagnon “Greetings and Welcome, take this inspiration. You will need it for the road ahead.” Our story started out with our heroes, Aayushi, LoveTrip, and Whisper dreaming about living on an island right as something terrible happens… After hiring some workers to oversee their business (at the end of the last adventure they…Read moreRead more

D&D or Nothing- Episode 1 or How to start a D&D Adventure

By Jeremiah Gagnon Join us for the first episode of our Dungeons & Dragons podcast: D&D or Nothing! Greetings and Welcome, the road is dangerous, allow me to be your guide… Our story begins in the small farming village known as San-Torrekk. The party finds themselves inside the inn known as The Smelly Bard which…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: The Wizerd and the Potion of Dreams!

By Jeremiah Gagnon After only seeing the cover for The Wizerd from Oni Press, my first thoughts were that this is going to be a fun little adventure and a nice break from the seriousness that seems to always dominate our stories these days. From Michael Sweater and Rachel Dukes, and designed by Chad W….Read moreRead more

Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Ghosts #2 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon I haven’t read any of the BOOM! Studios entries in The Storyteller series, but my initial thoughts upon seeing the cover are hopeful of a spooky good time. Let’s take a look at Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Ghosts #2, a comic by Jennifer Rostowsky, Jim Campbell, and a cover by Michael Walsh. …Read moreRead more

Graphic Novel Review: Dungeons and Dragons- Days of Endless Adventure

By Jeremiah Gagnon For this review, I look at a book focused on something I know all too well: Dungeons & Dragons. Let’s take a look at Dungeons and Dragons: Days of Endless Adventure from IDW Publishing. This collection is written by Jim Zub, with art by Max Dunbar, Nelson Daniel, Netho Diaz, John-Paul, Joana…Read moreRead more

Rick and Morty #59 Review – The Rickoning Part 4 of 5

By Jeremiah Gagnon For this review, I am taking a look at Rick & Morty #59 from Oni Press. Written by Kyle Starks with art by Marc Ellerby, Sarah Stern, and Crank!, with another story by Terry Blas, Benjamin Dewey, and Crank!  After a brief prologue, we are shown the garage where we see Rick, Morty,…Read moreRead more

Comic Book Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Urban Legends #21

By Jeremiah Gagnon This week, I take a look at IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Urban Legends #21 by Gary Carlson, Frank Fosco, Mark Heike, Adam Guzowski, and Pat Brosseau.  We open up on the setting of several police officers parked in front of a museum after hours, their lights blazing up the scene in…Read moreRead more

Oscar Martin’s Solo: The Survivors of Chaos Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon My first thoughts after seeing the cover for “Oscar Martin’s Solo The Survivors of Chaos” from Titan Comics was “This must be what Mighty Mouse looks like all grown up.” As is stated on the back cover: “In a desolate, post-apocalyptic world filled with vicious mutant animals and savage hunters, Solo the…Read moreRead more

The Philosophy of Deadpool Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon For those of you who may not know, the fourth wall represents the proverbial wall between the audience (us) and the characters on the screen, the stage, in a book, or in this case, a graphic novel revolving around the Merc with a Mouth, Deadpool AKA Wade Wilson of Marvel Fame.  Right…Read moreRead more

The Flash Season 6 Episode 04 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon Last time we were left hanging with questions such as, What did Nash Wells find in the manhole? What is going to happen to Dr. Ramsey? Are we going to learn the answers, or will we be left with more questions? Tensions are on the rise as Team Flash copes with the…Read moreRead more

Dungeons & Dragons: A Darkened Wish #3 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon  Starting out, we see a battered and bruised lady with red hair being rescued, by what I believe to be a Kenku, from the wreckage of a ship. We then cut to a dock full of people with more being placed from rowboats after what looks like a battle in the harbour….Read moreRead more

Marvel Action Spider-Man #8 Review

By Jerimiah Gagnon Right off the bat, the cover to Marvel Action Spider-Man #8 leads me to believe that there is more to this story than meets the eye and I am eager to find out if my original quanderings have merit. A good Spider-Man story never disappoints, will this one prove this to be…Read moreRead more

Sonic the Hedgehog #20 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon After only reading the first page, I am already excited about what promises to be a zombified adventure for our speedy blue spiked friend. Not only does it show a map of all the cities; it also indicates which ones have fallen and where each of our heroes are during the events…Read moreRead more

Marvel Action Captain Marvel #1 Review

By Jeremiah Gagnon When an army of cute and cuddly, but also man-eating cats invade the island of Manhattan by the thousands who will defend us when the Avengers are off in space…again? None other than Captain Marvel herself. The question remains, will she be able to figure out where this swarm of felines have…Read moreRead more