REVIEW: The Magdalena #5

“Blood of the Lamb” – Part 5

Writer: Ron Marz | Pencilers: Nelson Blake II & David Marquez | Inkers:Sal Regla & David Marquez | Colorist: Dave McCaig | Letterer: Troy Peteri | Cover Artist: Ryan Sook | Editors: Filip Sablik & Phil Smith | Publisher:Image / Top Cow

What Is It About?
Patience failed to kill the child who claims he is the son of Satan causing both her and Kristof to be captured by the Lucifer’s Children cult, and now Patience must free them from their captors or be sacrificed.

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REVIEW: Fraggle Rock Vol.2 #2 (of 3)

“The Meaning of Life” by Joe LeFavi and Heidi Arnhold

“The Fraggle Who Cried Monster” by Jason M. Burns and Chandra Free

“The Perfect Words” by Tim Beedle, Ross Campbell, and Lizzy John

Cover Artists: Heidi Arnhold (Cover A) and Ross Campbell (Cover B) | Publisher: Archaia

What Is It About?
Based off of the hit HBO series, this is the second miniseries featuring the furthering adventures of the Fraggles.

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REVIEW: Jennifer Blood #1

“War Journal”

Writer: Garth Ennis | Artist: Adriano Batista | Letterer: Rob Steen | Colorist: Romulo Fajardo, Jr. | Editor: Joe Rybandt | Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment

What Is It About?
A wife and mother of two makes the decision to done a costume and take up some heavy fire power to the criminals what the police cannot do.

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REVIEW: Haunt #13

Writer: Robert Kirkman | Pencils: Greg Capullo | Inks: Jonathan Glapion | Additional Inks: Todd McFarlane | Color: Fco Plascencia | Lettering:Comicraft | Cover Artists: Greg Capullo, Erik Larsen, Ryan Ottley

What Is It About?
Kurt is taken by a strange red shadow leaving Daniel without their powers as a new mission gears up.

Thoughts?
When this series first began I was extremely excited about it.  After about five or six issues passed by I began to lose my interest in the series.  I couldn’t quiet put my finger on why, maybe it was the delays or the fact I just wasn’t invested in the series – but that’s probably because of the delays.  It really doesn’t matter on “why” it just was the fact and I was disappointed that I am on the verge of dropping this series.  I figured to myself I’d give this new story arc a shot and we’ll see what happens.

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REVIEW: Artifacts #5

Writer: Ron Marz | Penciler: Whilce Portacio | Inkers: Joe Weems & Marco Galli w/ ink assist by Jared Liffreing | Colorists: Sunny Gho & Arif Prianto of IFS | Letterer: Troy Peteri | Publsiher: Image Comics / Top Cow

What Is It About?
Sides have been chosen and the search for the thirteenth artifacts begins as Cyberforce enters the mix!

Thoughts?
Before we get in to this review, I think it’s only fair to everyone reading that I let it be known that Cyberforce is probably my favorite group of characters in all of Image Comics.  They were the characters that grabbed my attention way back in 1992 and made me a fan for life.  That being said, no one writes Cyberforce better than Ron Marz.  There – I said it!

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