Voracious #2 – Comic Book Review

Just when you thought you have seen and read it all, enter Voracious, a “culinary” comic unlike any other. Voracious tells the story of Nate Willner, a protagonist with a
By Byron Hendricks on 21 Mar 2016

Stray #2 Review

Stray #2 has hit our local shelves and it is time for us to find out a little bit more about the lead character. Delsante and Izaakse give us a
By Byron Hendricks on 24 Mar 2015

Stray #1 Review

I attended Design Indaba with low expectations this year. Usually, I find a few stands that I like, but nothing really wows me. This year I walked past the SA
By Byron Hendricks on 06 Mar 2015

Midnight Tiger #1 Review

Free Comic Book Day introduced readers to Midnight Tiger. It shared its zero issue with the popular Skward comic. Finally, after the long wait, a full issue of Midnight Tiger
By Byron Hendricks on 30 Jun 2014

Bo Plushy Gangster #3 Review

Legend has it that Bo is one of the fiercest warriors in both armed and unarmed combat. Legend states that Bo is a trained killer, a force to be reckoned
By Byron Hendricks on 11 Jun 2014

Double Jumpers Vol. 1 Review

Action Lab comics has released Double Jumpers Vol. 1, a story about a group of video game programmers and testers that manage to get themselves stuck in the game that
By Byron Hendricks on 28 Apr 2014

Ehmm Theory #4 Review

This is it the finale of this four issue run. How will this great experience tie everything that has taken place and will it leave us pleased? The answer is
By Byron Hendricks on 06 Dec 2013

Jack Hammer #1 Review

Jack had been hired by Techno Trendcorp to find Eddie Newman, an executive of Techno Trendcorp. He is later found dead in a dark alley with a huge hole through
By Byron Hendricks on 09 Nov 2013

Ehmm Theory #3 Review

A while back we reviewed Ehmm Theory issue #1, a fun read that leaves the reader wondering what direction it will be going to next. With Ehmm Theory #3 Brockton
By Byron Hendricks on 24 Sep 2013

Skyward #1 Review

Skyward is an Action Labs comic that features a young boy named Quinn as the lead character in a youthful, energetic comic. It is definitely not aimed at the mature
By Byron Hendricks on 14 Aug 2013

Ehmm Theory #1 Review

Ehmm Theory starts with a bang as our protagonist punts a vertically challenged zombie-clown. This introduces the violent, horror comedy series. Gabriel Ehmm is the protagonist of this comic. He
By Byron Hendricks on 06 Aug 2013