Prime Cut Review: Saga #5

Review By Nolan P. Smith-Pastrami Nation Writer: Brian K. Vaughan Artist: Fiona Staples Publisher: Image Comics, Website: www.imagecomics.com This series keeps getting better. Seriously, I knew that Saga was going to be a hell of a ride, but after reading issue #5, my expectations have been blown away. You may have seen Saga as a…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut Review: The Strange Talent of Luther Strode

Review by Nolan P. Smith-Pastrami Nation Writer: Justin Jordan Artist: Tradd Moore Publisher: Image Comics Website: www.imagecomics.com I love the comic book medium. You can do so much with it, express so much through the panels, between the panels, to where it stays in the reader’s head. Image Comics has a TON of original works…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut Review: House of Night

Review by Nolan P. Smith-Pastrami Nation Writers: P.C. Cast, Kristin Cast, and Kent Dalian Artists: Joëlle Jones, Karl Kerschl, Joshua Covey, Daniel Krall, Jonathan Case, and Eric Canete Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: June 27th, 2012 Website: www.darkhorse.com Vampires: I personally feel the world has seen enough of the Hollywood version of vampires. Nothing…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut Review: Orchid Volume 1

Review by Nolan P. Smith-Pastrami Nation. Writer: Tom Morello Artist: Scott Hepburn Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Release Date: July 11th, 2012 Website: www.darkhorse.com Rock stars writing comic books: it sounds like a recipe for disaster, right? I mean, what kind of story could a rock star really write? Will it be about guitars and the…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut Review Flashback: 2012 Eisner Award Winner-Green River Killer: A True Detective Story

By Nolan P. Smith Writer: Jeff Jensen Artist: Jonathan Case Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Website: www.darkhorse.com It’s no secret that the medium of comic books and their often-collected counterparts, graphic novels, can be used to tell any story in any genre. Superheroes are of course the most well known of tales that the genre has,…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut: The Amazing Spider-Man

Marvel Comic’s resident web slinger is no stranger to the box office. With three films to his name, Spider-Man is widely known as one of Marvel’s flagship characters. But this isn’t the Spider-Man you remember from the previous films: a new cast, new director, new direction, new everything. Does the latest outing for the amazing…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut: Ted

Its premise is one of the most magical you can think of: a young, lonesome boy wishes for his bear to really be alive so that they could be best friends. But what happens after that oh-so-special moment? That’s the heart and soul of Ted, the R-Rated summer blockbuster that conquered the box office it’s…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut: Image Comic's Saga

It’s like a whole new outer space. When it was announced that Brian K. Vaughan, writer of Y: The Last Man, Pride of Baghdad and Runaways among more, was coming to Image Comics, the comic world went nuts. Then we learned he would be doing a space faring book called Saga with Fiona Staples, and…Read moreRead more