Author Archives: Nick Hanover

Review: THE NEW WORLD #1

Review: THE NEW WORLD #1

THE NEW WORLD #1 Written by Ales Kot Art by Tradd Moore, Heather Moore, Yesflat, Clayton Cowles, and Tom Muller Published by Image Comics Release date: July 25, 2018 The most representative sequence of Ales Kot and Tradd Moore’s new day-glo dystopian work The New World arrives about two thirds of the way through the

Review: COME INTO ME #1

COME INTO ME #1 Written by Zac Thompson and Lonnie Nadler Art by Piotr Kowalski, Niko Guardia, Ryan Ferrier, Phil Smith Published by Black Mask Studios Release date: March 14th, 2018 We’re heading closer and closer to a point where our physical bodies can sustain themselves for lifespans previously thought impossible, recover from diseases that


THE BALLAD OF SANG #1 Written by Ed Brisson Art by Alessandro Micelli, Shari Chankhamma, Crank! Published by Oni Press Release Date: March 7th, 2018 By my count, there are two cardinal sins an ultra-violent work can commit. One is to be visually uninteresting. The other is to have nothing to say. Individually, these sins

Review: THE BEEF #1

THE BEEF #1 Written by Richard Starkings and Tyler Shainline Art by Shaky Kane, Richard Starkings and John Roshell Published by Image Comics Release Date: February 28th, 2018 Calling Shaky Kane an artist feels reductive in ways it doesn’t with other comic book figures. The man is perhaps more accurately an aesthetic black hole, his

Review: CALEXIT #2

  CALEXIT #2 Written by Matteo Pizzolo Art by Amancay Nahuelpan, Tyler Boss, Jim Campbell, Dee Cunniffe, Richard Nisa, Robert Anthony Jr, Philip W. Smith II Published by Black Mask Studios Release Date: February 28th, 2018 ***SPOILER WARNING*** Living in Washington state during the era of our first worst president, I had to listen to


BLOODBORNE #1 Written by Ales Kot Art by Piotr Kowalski, Brad Simpson, Aditya Bidikar, and Wilfried Tshikana-Ekutshu Edited by Tom Williams Published by Titan Comics Release Date: February 21, 2018 The announcement that Ales Kot would be writing a Bloodborne comic likely left a good number of fans scratching their heads. Kot is mostly known