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The Massive: Revisited

The Massive: Revisited

June 4th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Due to a cut back in new comic book reading, our contributor Darryll Robson has taken to re-reading chunks of his collection. In this Revisited series he looks back at a selected run of a particular comic to see if they are still worth reading...

Review: Veda: Assembly Required

Review: Veda: Assembly Required

January 5th, 2016 | by Cody Tromler

Veda: Assembly Required by Dark Horse Comics is the very first comic from the mind of writer Samuel Teer, alongside illustrator Hyeondo Park  and colorist Kelly Fitzpatrick. Our Cody Tromler assembled this review to tell you whether or not Veda is required reading. Veda: Assembly Required...

Review: Dragon Age: Magekiller #1

Review: Dragon Age: Magekiller #1

December 16th, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

Based on the hit Bioware video game series, Dragon Age, Dragon Age: Magekiller by Dark Horse Comics dives deeper into the lore of Thedas by following two mage killers for hire, Tessa and Marius. Each, is a mercenary willing to fight back against the mages but, only...

Comics Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops III Rings Hollow

Comics Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops III Rings Hollow

December 16th, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

Dark Horse Comics has recently released the first two issues of a new series, inspired by the Call of Duty: Black Ops III video game. Unfortunately, it fails to capture any of the aspects that make that game good and instead, focuses on building around one...

The Paybacks Does Superhero Satire Right

The Paybacks Does Superhero Satire Right

December 2nd, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

New satirical series The Paybacks is a love letter to the absurdity that the superhero genre can become. ComiConverse's Kenny Coburn is here to explore its unique brand of thoughtful and respectful satire. Not every superhero and villain can afford all of the elaborate equipment they need with just...

Review: Usagi Yojimbo #150

Review: Usagi Yojimbo #150

November 20th, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

Usagi Yojimbo hits another milestone with issue #150, after celebrating its 30th anniversary just last year. For the first time, Miyamoto Usagi, the wandering ronin, comes in contact with a European traveler. The traveler becomes obsessed with the idea of witnessing seppuku, ritual suicide, after defeating every samurai...

Why Fight Club Two Misses The Mark

Why Fight Club Two Misses The Mark

June 29th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Fight Club 2 from writer Chuck Palahniuk and artist Cameron Stewart promised to be a return to postmodern brutality, irony, and fun. When Dark Horse Comics announced the title, I was excited. Fight Club has been one of my favorite books and films respectively since...

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