‘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…

‘BRZRKR’ 5 Comic Book Review

Keanu Reeves partners with comic book writer Matt Kindt to bring us the fifth issue of BRZRKR, published with Boom Studios after a successful crowdfunding campaign. Ron Garney handles the illustrations. The military psychiatrist visits the Berserker in his home to question him, since both are growing frustrated with the testing to determine what gave…

‘Batman 89’ Part 2 Comic Book Review

Comic book artist Joe Quinones and Sam Hamm, the screenwriter for director Tim Burton’s Batman and Batman Returns, continue the DC Comics return to the dark deco world of Gotham City with issue 2 of ‘Batman 89.‘ Following issue one, Bruce Wayne feels guilty after an incident with Batman and the Gotham police goes awry and creating collateral…

Conservatives Need To Realize Pop Culture Is Here To Stay

Conservatives, especially those in the traditional and classic wing, have always done an excellent job of promoting the preservation of culture. When those in the Far Left came after classic works from the likes of Shakespeare, CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien, GK Chesterton, Frederick Douglas, Mark Twain, and a host of others who have contributed to…