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Review: Weavers Issue #1
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Review: Weavers Issue #1

May 8th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

Weavers is a six issue mini-series by Boom Studios that bends the genre of organized crime with the supernatural. Weavers invites comic book fans to the family! Exposing readers to the brutal side of the mafia and the grotesque end of supernatural abilities. This is our Weavers...

Review: Bill And Ted Go To Hell #3

Review: Bill And Ted Go To Hell #3

May 1st, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

Having had an excellent adventure and a bogus journey, Bill and Ted Go To Hell. ComiConverse contributor Darryll Robson takes a look at the latest issue of this Boom! Studios franchise comic. The stairway to Heaven might not be as easy to find as the...

Review: Joyride #1

Review: Joyride #1

April 20th, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

Adventure returns to space this week in the new comic Joyride written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly. ComiConverse contributor Darryll Robson takes a look at the first issue. Escape from a dystopian society into a better life beyond the stars is the age old...

Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #2

Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #2

April 6th, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

ComiConverse Contributor Darryll Robson reviews the continuing saga of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as seen by Boom Studios! Creators. It is old school Ranger action all the way. The second issue of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers eases the reader into the story before...

Review: Venus #4

Review: Venus #4

March 23rd, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

ComiConverse Contributor, Darryll Robson, reviews the final issue in the Venus series from Boom Studios!, Venus #4, a comic that puts character development and personal conflict above all else. Stranded on the surface of Venus with no way of escape. The Earth nothing more than smoldering debris in...

Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1

Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1

March 2nd, 2016 | by Darryll Robson

ComiConverse Contributor, Darryll Robson, reviews Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1, a return to form for the long-running series about brightly clad teenage ninjas. It's been a long time since the first images of Boom! Studios new Power Rangers comic were released. Luckily, the #0 issue was...

Power Rangers: A Complete Guide To Upcoming Projects
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Power Rangers: A Complete Guide To Upcoming Projects

January 31st, 2016 | by Karen Roguski

Our Karen Roguski is a fairly huge Power Rangers fan, so its with some excitement that she updates us on the Power Rangers news that's on its way to us in 2016 and beyond. Power Rangers are set to morph their way into the hearts...

Review: Snow Blind #2

Review: Snow Blind #2

January 28th, 2016 | by Sammy Rendon

Snow Blind #2 by Boom! Studios has recently been released and our own Sammy Rendon is here to break down this interesting detective story for you in our ComiConverse review. Snow Blind reads like a crime novel in a glorious comic book format, by writer Ollie Masters and art by...

Review: The Fiction #2

Review: The Fiction #2

August 6th, 2015 | by ComiConverse

Boom Studios! The Fiction #2, by Curt Pires and drawn by David Rubin, immediately picks up where the first issue left off. Summary: Childhood sweethearts Kassie and Max, have decided to re-enter The Fiction (the term to describe the fantasy world they escaped to in...

Review: Broken World #1

Review: Broken World #1

July 3rd, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

With the release of Boom Studios! Broken World #2 this week, ComiConverse is looking back on the recently published first issue in the series. Broken World #1 begins at the end. Literally. THE END. As in the end of civilization as we know it. Only...

Review: The Fiction #1

Review: The Fiction #1

June 30th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

The Fiction seems poised to tell the story of childhood through the hazy memories of adulthood. Premise: Published by Boom Studios!, The Fiction is one of their latest entries into the marketplace. Written by Curt Pires and illustrated by David Rubin, it centers around childhood...

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