By Nolan P. Smith Welcome back to Pastrami Nation Issues! Our audio-only podcast dedicated to the review of single-issue comic books! For this episode, I review Dark Horse Comics’ Tommy Gun Wizards #1! Make sure to visit PastramiNation.com for news, reviews, podcasts, videos, giveaways and more! Also on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest! Music Revival by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed […]
By Nolan P. Smith Imagine growing up with technology out of your reach, thanks to a strict parent. No technology, no toys, no friends. So as an adult, when you meet someone who is there for you, talks to you, laughs at your jokes- naturally, you make a connection. But what if that person was a VR assistant inside a […]
By Nolan P. Smith In the debut issue of Vault Comics’ Friendo, we met Leopold, a down on his luck actor with a not so down on her luck girlfriend who buys Leo an expensive pair of smart glasses, Friendo. But the glasses are a little too intuitive as the artificial intelligence, named Jerry, begins to connect with Leo really. […]
By Nolan P. Smith With Vault Comics’ Friendo, we see what happens if Google Glass was more than meets the eye. Written by Alex Paknadel with art by Martin Simmonds, colors by Dee Cunniffe and lettering by Taylor Esposito, this is a solid start into something that could go from science fiction to science fact in a matter of months. […]
By Nolan P. Smith As I was going through my local comic shop, trying to catch up on weeks of missed books, I realized that AfterShock Comics’ Her Infernal Descent had been released. I immediately picked it up, as I have been waiting on this book since it was first announced. Let me say right off the bat, I am […]
Preview: The Dregs #1: A smart & unique horror tale of celebrity, gentrification, & cannibalism-In stores Jan 25
Black Mask set to release The Dregs #1 on Jan 25th By Staff Reports Heading your way on January 25th, Black Mask is proud to present THE DREGS, a 4-issue smart and unique horror comic book mini-series written by new voices Lonnie Nadler and Zac Thompson with evocative artwork by Eric Zawadzki (Last Born) and Dee Cunniffe (X’ed).