Huck #6 Review: It Takes a Hero

Huck reaches it’s finale with a bang By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—One of the most interesting and entertaining series comes to a close this week as Huck #6 hit stores this Wednesday. Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque’s story of an unlikely superhero reaches its finale, with explosions and closure to boot. This issue sees…Read moreRead more

Huck #5 Review

Millar and Albuquerque’s Huck goes full-speed ahead with issue #5 By Nolan P. Smith Editor It’s no secret: I am a huge fan of Mark Millar and Rafael Albuquerque’s Huck from Image Comics. With issue #5, our hero is in the most unwelcome of situations, as he and his mother have been taken by someone…Read moreRead more

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…Read moreRead more

Best of 2015- Comic Books

By Nolan P. Smith and the Pastrami Nation team 2015 was a great year for comic books. With books containing such diverse stories and characters, it was hard to choose only the Top 5. In no particular order, here is Pastrami Nation’s Best Comic Books of 2015. Age of Reptiles: Ancient Egyptians- Dark Horse Comics…Read moreRead more

Huck #2 Review- The Secret is Out

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Last month, we were treated to the latest series debut from Mark Millar, the man who brought the world The Ultimates, Kick-Ass, Wanted, The Secret Service, and more. What we got was radically different from the ultra violent series Millar is known for- we got Huck- a simple man…Read moreRead more

Huck #1 Review- What Makes a Man Super?

By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)– Mark Millar is the man who brought us Kick-Ass and the Secret Service, both which translated masterfully into ultra violent films. Millar is known for his excellent yet bloody books, so when I heard about Huck, I was intrigued. Millar’s last book, Chrononauts, was amazing, and the premise of…Read moreRead more

July 2015 Image Expo Announcements Revealed

By Nolan P. Smith Today Image Comics made a ton of exciting creator-owned announcements at Image Expo. Out of the titles announced, quite a few caught my eye; like the hardcover edition of the online hit, Private Eye, the Invincible reboot, Mark Millar’s Huck, and the pro wrestling book Ringside. Check out the news from…Read moreRead more