Author Archives: Keith Callbeck

Review: SKYWARD #1

Review: SKYWARD #1

SKYWARD #1 Written by Joe Henderson Art by Lee Garbett, Antonio Fabela, and Simon Bowland Edited by Rick Lopez Jr Published by Image Comics Release Date: April 18, 2018 Something has happened to gravity. In a blink of the eye, anything not indoors or nailed down started floating away. Twenty years later, Willa, a young


JAMES BOND: CASINO ROYALE Written by Van Jenson, based upon the novel by Ian Fleming Art by Dennis Calero, Chris O’Halloran, and Simon Bowland Edited by Jonny Davidson Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: April 11, 2018 Dynamite begins its long-awaited adaptation series with the original Bond tale. Sent to the Casino Royale in France,


THE CROW: MEMENTO MORI #1 Written by Roberto Recchioni, Matteo Scalera Art by Werther Dell’Edera, Giovanna Niro, Giovanni Marinovich, Matteo Scalera, Moreno Dinisio Edited by Marcos Schiavone Published by IDW Publishing Released March 28, 2018 I always get a smile when someone rants and raves against the possibility of a Crow film reboot. Claiming that

Review: INFIDEL #1

INFIDEL #1 Written by Pornsak Pichetshote Art by Aaron Campbell, Jose Villarrubia, and Jeff Powell Edited by Jose Villarrubia Published by Image Comics Released March 14, 2018 The slammed door that opens again when your back turns. The microaggression that becomes real aggression. The everyday horror that becomes decidedly exceptional. Aisha is a Muslim woman


FRANKENSTEIN ALIVE, ALIVE! #4 Written by Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson Art by Bernie Wrightson, Kelley Jones, and Robbie Robbins Edited by Scott Dunbier Published by IDW Publishing Released March 7, 2018 Just under six years after its debut, this remarkable mini-series comes to an end with a sad tale made sadder by the knowledge

Review: TEEN TITANS #17

TEEN TITANS #17 Written by Benjamin Percy Art by Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher, Jim Charalampidis, and Corey Breen Edited by Brittany Holzherr, Alex Antone, Brian Cunningham Published by DC Comics Released February 28, 2018 The latest arc kicks off with the Teen Titans recovering from the Super Sons of Tomorrow crossover and the events of

Review: DAMAGE #2

DAMAGE #2 Written by Robert Venditti Art by Tony S. Daniel, Danny Miki, Tomeu Morey, and Tom Napolitano Edited by Mike Cotton and Jessica Chen Published by DC Comics Release Date: February 21, 2018 Settling into some character development after the debut issue’s explosion-filled splash-page-a-thon, the second issue of Damage shows a bit of backstory