Monday 30th March 2015,
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Browsing the "superheroes" Tag


Top Ten Comics That Should Have Llamas

Llamas are everywhere. They have really become cultural icons of the advancement of society. Every time you see a llama, you can’t help but say, “Aww, a llama!” Movies like Disney’s The Emperor’s New Groove have helped to catapult llamas [...]

September 30, 2014 Features
Sara Rising model sheet

Kickstarter Spotlight – Sara Rising

I met the creators of Sara Rising at the New York Comic Con last year.   At that point they didn’t have a finished book yet, but were busy promoting the upcoming book with a preview book.   These were two very [...]

July 30, 2013 Reviews
Marvel Super Hero Squad

Review: Marvel Super Hero Squad

At first glance, the Marvel Super Hero squad appeared for kids only. Fortunately, I am very immature. With their oversized feet and big smiles, the squad seemed kid friendly and not for me at all.  I do not have children, [...]

July 1, 2013 Games and Gaming
Jupiter's Legacy #2 cover artwork

Jupiter’s Legacy #2

Jupiter’s Legacy is brought to us by the Chief, aka Mark Millar, and Frank Quitely. The first issue opened up with the telling of two tales, the one of the superhero parents and the second one, the tale of the [...]

June 26, 2013 Reviews
The cover of The Adventures of Superman # 1

The Adventures of Superman #1

It is going to be a great summer for fans of the boy in blue. With Man of Steel getting good reviews, things are certainly looking up for Superman as he was in sore need of a good modern film. [...]

June 9, 2013 Reviews
tales of discord cover

Moranic Reviews- Tales of Discord

Tales of DISCORD is a prequel to a critically acclaimed indie comic DISCORD by writer Paul J. Salamoff. It’s being published by Markosia Publishing. For those you folks who don’t know who Discord is, here’s a bit of back-story on who he [...]

February 17, 2013 Reviews
long gone pic

Moranic Reviews- Long Gone GN

Superheroes have been a landmark staple to the comic medium since its inception.  It’s hard to find a new and interesting take on the “superheroes gone bad” story. In almost every story of this type, the rogue hero always finds [...]

November 15, 2012 Reviews

Real Life Superhero Woes

I’ve always been interested in the way writers address the concerns of normal life within the realm of comic book heroes—more specifically superhero comics. We saw this type of story spanning through Millar and McNiven’s Civil War that took place a few [...]

January 22, 2011 Reviews