Although one of Star Wars’ most compelling characters holds the title of this comic series. This is not a story about The Dark Lord of the Sith. Rather and more interestingly, this is a story about a former Clone Trooper called “Hock” who joins up with Darth Vader after having been left for dead by […]Read more "Darth Vader and the Cry of Shadows Review"
Set in the time period just after ‘The Revenge of the Sith‘, The Empire is making its power and presence felt throughout the galaxy. There is some resistance, however, when the son of a wealthy merchant trader is killed by Darth Vader, events are set into motion for Vader’s confrontation of the ‘Ninth Assassin’ of […]Read more "Darth Vader and the Ninth Assassin Review"
For gamers of the 90’s era, there are few franchises that invoke more powerful emotions than the Streets of Rage series. Throughout every review of this new iteration which has appeared over the last few days, there is an almost obligatory eulogy regarding this series past. This is a testament not only to the importance […]Read more "Streets of Rage 4: Review"
The Doomsday Saga was an epic Superman narrative that sprawled across the four monthly Superman titles over a few years in the ’90s. This immense story was obviously a challenge for Warner Bros. Animation to adapt for their growing DC Animated Universe collection. Originally two feature-length films, The Death of Superman and The Reign of the […]Read more "The Death and Return of Superman 2019"
It’s been a while since Talking Comics brought you, the reader, a review but we promise you that it’s worth the wait. We have been privileged to be able to bring you details of one of the most exciting issues of the fabulous Sector 13 magazine yet. Over the years, the content within Sector 13 […]Read more "Sector 13 – Issue 06"
IDW is a publisher that I’ve always been fascinated with. The reboots of various franchises close to my heart such as Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles keep me interested in their varied product line. Picking up this beautifully bound book (it comes in a fabric covered box with a magnetic latch and inside there […]Read more "IDW : The First Decade Book Review"
I’m looking at a winter scene, trees are covered with the heavy dusting of snow, there’s a lake which is frozen over and in the mid-distance, a cozy cottage is presented. The lights are on and smoke rises from the chimney with the promise of a welcoming warm fire, a refuge from the bitter cold […]Read more "Better Late than Never: Andy Green Pixel Art – A Book Review"