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COMIC REVIEW: Aether and Empire #2 – The Status Quo

COMIC REVIEW: Aether and Empire #2 - The Status Quo

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Mike Horan Pencils and Inks: Bong Ty Dazo Colors and Cover: Tim Yates $3.99 Blue Juice Comics Issue 2 of Aether and Empire sets the reader right back down in late 1800’s Britain, complete with cockney accents and regal

INDIE COMIC REVIEW: The Accelerators Momentum #4 – Force

INDIE COMIC REVIEW: The Accelerators Momentum #4 - Force

By Jeff Ayers

Creator/Writer: R.F.I. Porto Pencils/Inks: Gavin P. Smith Colors: Tim Yates $3.99 Blue Juice Comics Well, here we are at the end of this story arc, but “The Accelerators: Momentum #4” brings out all the tricks to make this issue one

Comic Review: Secret Wars Old Man Logan #4 – Should Never Have Left

Comic Review: Secret Wars Old Man Logan #4 - Should Never Have Left

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Andrea Sorrentino and Marcelo Maiolo $3.99 Marvel Comics When we last saw Old Man Logan, he was dumped into the Deadlands, a part of Battleworld that exists on the other side of the wall, and

Indie Comic Review: Prat #1 – Violence! Swearing! British!

Indie Comic Review: Prat #1 - Violence! Swearing! British!

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Buddy Beaudoin Artists: Brennan Freemantle and Joel Earley $4.00 Gentleman Pickle If you didn’t get the hint from the title of this article, Prat #1 is full of British dialogue,  a few bar fights, a generous amount of gun battles

Comic Review: Secret Wars House of M #1 – Long Live The King

Comic Review: Secret Wars House of M #1 - Long Live The King

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Dennis Hopeless Artists: Marco Failla and Matt Wilson $3.99 Marvel Comics The epic marvel event Secret Wars has been going on now for a few months, and the main series line has just passed over it’s midway hump into issue

Comic Review: Star Wars #8 – Showdown

Comic Review: Star Wars #8 - Showdown

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Stuart Immonen $3.99 Marvel Comics With the last issue acting as a brilliant flashback featuring a story about Obi-Wan Kenobi dealing with becoming a hermit on Tatooine, this issue of Star Wars picks right back up with

Comic Review: We Stand On Guard – Welcome to the Two – Four

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Brian K. Vaughn Artsists: Steve Skroce and Matt Hollinsworth $2.99 Image Comics I love when new comics come out under the radar, without a lot of fanfare from the publisher, and still make an impact on the shelves. Image