Tag Archives: Martinho Abreu

A Shrouded Mystery Continues In ‘Hero Killer’

By | November 14, 2018

Mainstream comics have been grabbing a lot of headlines as of late and not for the right reasons. Creators are attacking each other, shock tactics are overshadowing storytelling, and flashy covers are being used to sell lackluster stories. It seems like it’s getting harder to find that diamond (of a comic) in the rough. And… Read More »

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 »

Killing Heroes Has Never Been Easier In ‘Hero Killer’

By | January 6, 2017

I hate my commute to work. No, I despise my commute to work because I’m usually stuck behind a line of cars that move by the inches instead of MPH. It’s the absolute worst. However, my bumper-to-bumper drive is always made better when a new episode of 11 O’Clock Comics comes on. The hosts of… Read More »