Category Archives: Consume Comics

Hero Killer Issue #3 Reviewed

By | April 14, 2017

  Warning spoilers below! Things haven’t gone all that well for Earth’s protectors in the last two issues of Hero Killer; however, in this issue the creative team (Tony McDougall, writer, and Martinho Abreu, artist) gives us a moment to catch our breath. I was surprised by the fact that the killer didn’t claim another victim… Read More »

#Superman Action Comics #974: Clark Kent Is Creepy AF

By | March 10, 2017

DC Comics Rebirth introduced two Clark Kents living within the same universe. This revelations came across as an enigma wrapped up in a riddle because #New52 Superman died, which should have meant his secret identity (Clark Kent) died too. As Action Comics has been progressing, Dan Jurgens has been leading us down a rabbit hole trying to figure… Read More »

Daniel Warren Johnson’s ‘Extremity’ Is Relentlessly Raw As It Creates Retrospection

By | March 1, 2017

What is it that you truly fear? The death of a loved one? Running out of Oreos to dunk in your milk? What about something a bit more selfish like losing your identity? Daniel Warren Johnson’s Extremity is a relentlessly raw story that’s about losing what makes you…you. By the end of the book, you’ll be taking… Read More »

The Walking Dead 164 Review

By | February 16, 2017

Previously in The Walking Dead: Well … actually the previous issue came out only 2 weeks ago. Since Skybound gave us a February favor by releasing two issues in one month, you should be able to remember the events of 163. If you can’t, feel free to read my full review here: The Walking Dead… Read More »

‘Curse Words’ Is ******* Magical!

By | February 16, 2017

The hype is real, people. Curse Words #1 by Charles Soule (Letter 44, Daredevil) and Ryan Browne (God Hates Astronauts) is ******* magical! If the issues that follow are as entertaining as this one, Curse Words could be one of the best new ongoing titles of 2017. Yes, I just made that statement, and no, Charles and… Read More »

Warren Ellis’ ‘The WildStorm’ Is Rumbling

By | February 16, 2017

It’s been a long time since I’ve read a comic based within the WildStorm universe. In fact, I think the last one I read was WildC.A.T.S. #1 released back in 2006. Back then, Jim Lee was in the midst of relaunching the WildStorm universe as a separate imprint of DC Comics, which DC Comics acquired back in… Read More »