The Walking Dead #148 Review

Lose your followers and you have lost it all. This is a reality that Rick is facing in The Walking Dead #148 as the people of Alexandria put his leadership
By Byron Hendricks on 20 Nov 2015

The Walking Dead #145 Review

Following a killing spree, this issue shows our group of survivors as they prepare for the tough times that lay ahead whilst coming to terms with the deaths. There is
By Byron Hendricks on 24 Aug 2015

The Autumnlands Volume 1: Tooth and Claw – Review

Redwall, Mouse Guard, Narnia: there’s just something about walking, talking animals that make them perfect for stories of sword-slinging heroes and sorcery gone wild. Into this tradition bounds The Autumnlands:
By Claudia Ferreira on 09 Jul 2015

Nailbiter #12 Review

Finch has gone on a direct assault since finding out just how cruel the Buckaroo Butchers can be. The time for games is over and Warren gets the truth beaten
By Byron Hendricks on 12 May 2015

Genius #2 Review

Destiny is a 17-year-old from South Central L.A., an area that was once rife with violence as a result of increased gang activity and gang related crimes. But now gang
By Byron Hendricks on 13 Aug 2014

Low #1 Review

The world as we know it has been destroyed by the suns radiation, forcing all the life that was once on the surface to live beneath the ocean. When a
By Byron Hendricks on 03 Aug 2014

Tech Jacket #1 Review

Tech Jacket makes its return to comic store shelves worldwide as Zach tells his story for a new generation of readers. Image jumps on to theme of Galactic Guardians with
By Byron Hendricks on 08 Jul 2014

Nailbiter #2 Review

The plot thickens as the search for Carroll continues, forcing the protagonists Crane and Finch to seek assistance from the murderer at the centre of all this madness, Edward “Nailbiter”
By Byron Hendricks on 11 Jun 2014

Velvet #5 Review

This issue of Velvet offers something different; an opportunity to get to know the protagonist a little better as you visit her inspirations and intimacies in a rather emotional issue.
By Byron Hendricks on 03 Jun 2014

Nailbiter #1 Review

Nailbiter is a chilling tale of cannibals, mutilators, mass murderers and all forms of serial killers. In the small town of Buckaroo lies a chilling reality that sixteen of the
By Byron Hendricks on 12 May 2014

Revenge #1 Review

Revenge #1 is exactly as its cover says…for mature readers only. We delve into the seedy world of the movie business, more specifically the B-grade movie business. Griffin Franks is
By Byron Hendricks on 27 Feb 2014

The Walking Dead #119 Review

It would seem that Rick has the upper hand in this, “All Out War.” But upon returning to the camp Rick learns that all is not as it seems. The
By Byron Hendricks on 26 Jan 2014

Velvet #3 Review

Agent Templeton resumes her personal mission to find out exactly why Agent X-14 was murdered. Her journey leads her to cross paths with a Yugoslavian Military General as the truth
By Byron Hendricks on 22 Jan 2014

The Walking Dead #118 Review

Thanks to Holly, Rick has had to put a new plan together; a plan that has divided his forces and left chances for opportunists. But this will not happen, not
By Byron Hendricks on 19 Dec 2013

The Walking Dead #116 Review

“All Out War” is exactly what the 116th issue of The Walking Dead offers. Prepare for lots of action. The war continues. Neegan and Rick have failed to reach an
By Byron Hendricks on 19 Nov 2013

Velvet #1 Review

Ed Brubaker offers us another espionage thriller done in his classic dark and gritty noir style. But what is Velvet #1 all about and does it live up to the
By Byron Hendricks on 04 Nov 2013

Bushido #5 Review

The Halloween offering, Bushido, concludes on the eve of Halloween. However, it goes out with a bang that sets the tone and is a great warm up for tomorrow. Kichiro
By Byron Hendricks on 02 Nov 2013