This comic may resonate more with young readers and/or fans of the franchise, but, as it stands, there just doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of substance for the regular comic fan
By Rob Williams, John Romita Jr., Eddy Barrows, Richard Friend, Eber Ferreira, Dean White, & Adriano Lucas. The “Burning Down the House” storyline reaches its finale. Writer Rob Williams thrived in the aftermath of the event, Justice League vs. Suicide Squad. He took one of the key loose ends from the series, Rustam, and fleshed him ..
The creative team is able to deliver a truly immersive comic
This debut issue may be light and somewhat inconsistent, but Ray Fawkes is laying groundwork for what could be an excellent, dark journey into the unknown
There are good elements and moments in this issue, but as a whole, the book doesn’t hold together
Everyone involved should be very proud of their work on Nailbiter
By Mark Millar, Stuart Immonen, Wade von Grawbadger & Ive Svorcina Mark Millar finally returns to Marvel (or rather, their Icon imprint) which published the title that launched Millarworld, Kick-Ass. With this new comic, Millar returns to space (read Starlight) with Empress, where the regal Queen Emporia risks everything to escape her ominous and oppressive ..
Having three sets of artists on this comic was a genius move…All this makes the comic work on multiple levels and deliver another passionately made comic
There really is no reason to not check out the stellar comic that is Wayward
A very poor start…it still does have the potential to be an interesting diversion in the Godzilla mythology