‘Kamen America Volume 5: Success and Nobleness’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Kamen America Volume 5: Success and Nobleness’ is the next chapter of the indie comic book series written by Mark Pellegrini with artwork from Timothy Lim. Like its predecessor, it was released under their Iconic Comics banner and funded through a successful crowdfunding campaign which, in full disclosure, I supported. Carly Vanders is working overtime…

‘Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon‘ is a superhero graphic novel written by Scott McCullough with artwork by Douglas Franchin. It was released under the Reconstruction imprint of DKRS Productions. After an alien invasion, the world’s greatest hero Silver Falcon has been killed. His daughter Jessie mourns with the world, but despite his having his powers,…

‘Kamen America Volume 4: Scars and Bars’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Kamen America Volume 4: Scars and Bars’ is the final entry of the “Stars and Strife” saga of the series written by Mark Pellegrini with artwork from Timothy Lim. It was published under their Iconic Comics imprint and, in full disclosure, I supported the crowdfunding campaign. After discovering that their friend and ally Vicki Kaminski…

“Batman/Houdini: The Devil’s Workshop” Graphic Novel Review

‘Batman/Houdini: The Devil’s Workshop‘ is a 1993 DC Comics Elseworld graphic novel written by Howard Chaykin and John Francis Moore. It featured artwork from Mark Chiarello. Harry Houdini arrives in Gotham City in 1907, preparing to do a show while also mingling with the city’s elite, including Bruce Wayne. Victoria Vale is working for the…

‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Things Change’ Graphic Novel Review

Before going defunct, Dreamwave Comics brought us ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Things Change,’ the first graphic novel collection from 2003 following the micro-series. A gang known as the Purple Dragons is terrorizing New York City, but the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are out looking for a new hideout when they run into April O’Neal. She…

‘Danger Zone One, Vol. 2: Law and Disorder’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Danger Zone One, Vol. 2: Law and Order‘ is created by Midnight Publishing with artwork from several illustrators Katsu, Pete Ranosa, Salaix, and Ryo Kawakami. Shortly after stopping a monster from escaping its island prison, rookie cop Reena Saffron and her tough-as-nails partner Madison Wynter find themselves frustrated when the chief refuses to do anything…