There’s something so captivating about a good comic book title. Something that will draw you in on pretty much oddness alone. Parsley Girl: Carrots is one of those comics. Who is Parsley Girl and what’s her problem with carrots? It’s something I had to find out.
Naruto Shippuden is the continuation of the original animated TV series Naruto. The story revolves around Uzumaki Naruto, who is now slightly older and
Hell has always been an interesting literary topic, whether writing from a point of salvation or damnation. Although we can all say that it’s more fun when Hell gets shown, not as lakes of burning brimstone, but as a grimy city full of tedious bureaucracy and sarcastic demons. Hot Damn! is the newest entry in this he
Harley Quinn and Her Gang of Harleys #1 sends the worst message possible about its characters, expounding a tonally inappropriate and antiquated worldview so completely at odds with the mission statement of this book, that going in expecting anything other than a slap in the face seems hopelessly optimistic.
I know that comic solicitations should be taken as gospel as much as a movie trailer selling you “the best movie of the decade, maybe even ever!” but the word around Silver Surfer’s big 50th anniversary was that it was going to be status-quo changing. In this case, there’s some truth to the marketing because the final moments of Silver Surfer #3 deliver a huge gut-punch.