Fellow, time travelers—it happened again! I missed a review for last month’s Back to the Future ongoing comic book storyline. Where’s my time-traveling DeLorean when I need one?
Happy holidays, Turtle fans! I feel like I was just writing about our favorite pizza-loving teenagers not too long ago. I can never keep track of how often our TMNT creators are delivering us new stories and comic books. But here we are—alone at last! Or are we?
Fellow Star Warsians! (Is that a thing? an I make this a thing?) We are officially less than 3 weeks away from Star Wars: The Last Jedi hitting theaters, and this scruffy looking nerf herder can’t bear his excitement. Whatever will I do to pass the lightyears?
Let me be one of the few to admit that I didn’t really like Rogue One: A Star Wars Story the first time I saw it in theaters. It appears everyone enjoyed it more than Star Wars: The Force Awakens, except me.
After last month’s teaser trailer premiere, Lara Craft is officially back on paper in Dark Horse Comics’ Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade. Having been missed from the comic book world since January, we saw a brief glimpse of Lara via a resurrection of her older comics from the early 2000s just last month. But, so long as new issues keep coming until the new Tomb Raider movie this March, I’ll be a happy explorer.
Well, it looks like I’ve done it again. I’ve let my life get the best of me, and I missed the opportunity to review an issue for IDW Publishing’s ongoing comic book series for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Why do I enjoy the Tomb Raider franchise so much? I want to say it’s because it reminds me of my grandfather, but it’s really thanks to lessons learned from Lara Croft. Although, I’m not a fan of Lara in the way that most people are fans of hers, but we’ll get to that…
Last month, I feel as if I was writing about the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles all the time! Between TMNT Ongoing, TMNT Universe, and TMNT Dimension X, I want to say I wrote about my favorite mutant superheroes (Are the any other mutant superheroes, though?) every week for more than the month of August. But September has been quite extinct of New York’s only pizza-loving reptiles.