Comics & Graphic Novels

 Kamron Kent

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season Nine: Ep. 15 – The Calm Before

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season Nine: Ep. 15 – The Calm Before

I don’t quite understand why this episode went through a background story of two residents from Hilltop at the beginning.  As Alpha (Samantha Morton) kills them within the first few minutes, it would have been enough to just show them packing up and leaving, freeing up some time to have other elements in the plot. […]

 Kamron Kent

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season 9 – Episode 13: Chokepoint

REVIEW: The Walking Dead, Season 9 – Episode 13: Chokepoint

Featured Image Credit: NowTV In my opinion, excluding the whole anticipation of the new The Walking Dead villains, the Whisperers, This episode showcased the biggest moment in the second half of season: Beta v Daryl. Starting off after the events of Episode 12 (Guardians), Daryl is using Alpha group’s essential tool (the dead) against them, […]

 Kamron Kent

Events that changed Daryl Dixon throughout The Walking Dead

Events that changed Daryl Dixon throughout The Walking Dead

Credit: @amcthewalkingdead (Instagram) Merle (season one) In the third episode of the first season we meet the crossbow-wielding, tracker that is Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus). This is also the first episode that Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) is introduced to the Atlanta group that his wife; Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) are kept […]

 Ryan Easby

Cosmic Ghost Rider

Cosmic Ghost Rider

Cosmic Ghost Rider is the latest addition to Marvel's long line of Ghost Riders. But is he actually any good? Ryan Easby finds out.

Cosmic Ghost Rider is a peculiar comic. Based upon a character introduced in Donny Cates 2018 Thanos series, he’s an alternate universe version of Frank Castle (You may know him as The Punisher) who (get ready for this): fought in a war; watched his family get mown down; became The Punisher; died when a piece […]

 Ryan Easby

Saga: Volume 1

Saga: Volume 1

Saga is one of the most critically acclaimed indie comics of all time, constantly in top ten lists and always recommended to people when they say they want to get into comics. But, is it actually any good? Bit of a stupid question, that, of course it’s good, it’s by Brian K Vaughan, he of […]

 Ryan Easby

Kingdom Come: Review

Kingdom Come: Review

Kingdom Come is an utter masterpiece. It’s quite simply astounding in literally every department. I don’t think I’ve ever seen something quite so beautiful and I’ve seen Blade Runner 2049 in 4K. I know I’m probably rambling on and gushing about a comic far more qualified and more intelligent people than me have poured affection over, […]