Owlgirls comes to us from Red Anvil Comics, the New Jersey-based small press publisher owned by Dave Ryan (War of the Independents) and Joe Martino (Shadowflame, The Mighty Titan). Written by Robert Sodaro, art by Rachele Aragno and Dave Ryan, and lettering by Wilson Ramos, Jr. and Laurence John Hansen of Section 8 Studios, Owlgirls gives us a somewhat noir look at New York with a bit of mysticism thrown in for good measure.
The third of a twelve-issue series from Dark Horse Comics, written by J.M. Straczynski, art by Pete Woods, with colors by Matthew Wilson, and lettering by Nate Peikos of Blambot, Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #3 continues the ongoing saga of John Connor in his final battle against Skynet.
Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #4 from Dark Horse Comics continues the ongoing saga of John Connor in his final battle against Skynet. Penned by J.M. Straczynski, with art by Pete Woods, colors by Matthew Wilson and lettering by Nate Peikos of Blambot, this issue delves more deeply into who and what convicted serial killer Thomas Parnell becomes, or rather, is transformed into.
Where the Witches Lurk is a terrific title for this odd, yet promising, premise from indie comic writer Joe Pezzula with art by Donny Gandakusuma, colors by Chris Mann, and with Ben Gilbert handling the lettering. Given the opportunity to review the first four issues in this ongoing series, it lands quite smartly into the supernatural genre.
John Connor is back in full force in this latest installment of Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle #5 from Dark Horse Comics. J. Michael Straczynski of Babylon 5 fame, along with numerous other credits, writes this ostensibly final series with art by Pete Woods, colors by Matthew Wilson, and lettering by Nate Peikos of Blambot. The heat is on as Skynet begins to employ its new weapon against the humans.
Taking Eden brings us a heavy dose of urban horror/fantasy, and the occult in this ongoing comic series by Jason Beckwith and Malcolm Johnson with art by Niño Harn Cajayon and colors by Gonzalo Duarte. A dark tale of a young woman’s passage into adulthood and where she fits into the world, this story delves into themes of innocence and the price we pay to recapture it.
Imagine you could see the world as you wished through the wonders of technology. An elegant, grungy, mythical, or even a fantastical world is merely a blink away. That is what writers Tim Daniel and Jeremy Holt, colorist Joshua Gowdy, letterer Matthew Meylikhov, and MonkeyBrain Comics bring us in the comic, Skinned #1.
The continuing story of Gina and Tina, the witch killers, in this fifth issue of Where the Witches Lurk by Joe Pezzula and with art by Donny Ganakusuma finds them taken under the wing of an enigmatic woman by the name of Sarah after their father’s disappearance. The police force is unknowingly controlled by the Dark Witch through one of their own as life in the small town of Haslow Falls spins out-of-control.
Once again, the masked, one-eyed vigilante from Dark Horse Comics dispenses his own definition of justice in the second volume of the series. Written by Duane Swierczynski, with art by Tony Parker and Eric Nguyen, colors by Michelle Madsen, and letters by Richard Starkings and Comicraft, it covers Issues #5-8 in the series.
Things are not looking good for John Connor and the human race with this sixth installment of Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle. This issue rocks with lots of action and more character development, as we see more sides to Dr. Kogan, John Connor, and serial killer Thomas Parnell.