Snowfall #1 Review: Winter Wonderland

By Kevin Hoskinson Contributing Guest Reviewer Mixing the mystical with the futuristic, Snowfall is an interesting twist on what happens when our climate goes to hell, and big corporate has control of the government. Upon first glance, it feels like a fairy tale world, with its bright artwork and very first words promising such. But […]

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Street Fighter V Review

Street Fighter V Hadouken’s to the Current Generation Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Street Fighter V, the PlayStation 4 and PC exclusive fighter, has a lot of weight on it’s shoulders. The fifth major installment to the groundbreaking fighting game franchise, this game is the fighter’s first new foray into the current generation of […]

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Power Man and Iron Fist #1 Review

Marvel’s Heroes for Hire Shine in Power Man and Iron Fist’s Return to Comics Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Power Man and Iron Fist #1 is here in 2016. As casual comic book fans now know the name of Luke Cage from the hit Jessica Jones series on Netflix, it’s time they learn about […]

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The Walking Dead Review: No Way Out

By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—With the return for the second half of season 6, The Walking Dead packed plenty of punches, gore and surprises. More importantly, it was a highly enjoyable return for the show that shakes up the status quo. Spoilers below, you are warned. When we last left Daryl, Abraham and Sasha, […]

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Strayer #1 Review: Killing It

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)— The fairly new company Aftershock Comics has released some impressive titles thus far, including Dreaming Eagles and American Monster. With Strayer #1, Aftershock brings us a series of action, swords, monsters, and an interesting end of the world as we know it scenario. Created by Justin Jordan, creator […]

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Faith #1 Review: Gotta Have Faith

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—When Valiant Entertainment announced that the psiot Faith Herbet, also known as the superhero Zephyr, would be getting her own series- I think a lot of fans saw this as a great opportunity. One of the standout characters from the critically acclaimed Harbinger series, Faith is upbeat, positive and […]

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Batman/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #2 Review: The Bat of Gotham Vs. the Heroes in a Half Shell

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Last month, we got the debut issue to the Batman/ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mini-series from DC Comics and IDW, which was superb. It set the stage for this titanic crossover, showing the turtles in Batman’s Gotham City, as well as the villainous Shredder having made the leap to […]

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Huck #3 Review: Running from Fate

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—It’s no surprise, I have absolutely loved Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque’s Huck series since issue #1. With the third issue, the super powered but extremely down to Earth Huck is being swallowed up by the media attention- and with this issue, we see how widespread his celebrity has […]

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Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians TPB Review- A Return for the Ages

Review by Jason T. Smith (Victor Valley)—Visionary artist Ricardo Delgado has done it again with his latest tale in the critically acclaimed Age of Reptiles series, Ancient Egyptians from Dark Horse Comics. The four-issue mini-series is now collected in one, slick trade paperback with bonus content like concept sketches of the dinosaurs and more. The […]

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