It’s safe to say that I never really enjoyed Superman as a character or hero. The unfortunate truth of the matter is that the character is one that doesn’t really work well in the current era of comics. Superman is the peak of “golden age” heroes – a knight in shining armor, full of virtue and lacking any weakness, to save the day when things look grim. And while that sort of hero was a great thing to read during the 30s and 40s, as time has gone on, readers of comics(and fiction in general) look less for characters they […]
Being the resident hyperweeb and comic fan, Jordan goes on journey to see if Batman Ninja is as good as all the reviews said it was. It’s not.
Publisher: Amigo Comics Written By: Hannu Kesola and Ken Janssens Art By: Paul Moore Color By: Beth Varni Editor: El Torres Year: 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 (Per Issue) For Mature Readers Note: Graded 0.5 was provided digital copies of this comic, for review purposes. In the far-flung future of 2232, a ship crash landed in Salem, Massachusetts. While doing repairs, the crew comes across imposter scientists, who turn out to be supernatural killers that seem to like to use sex as a prelude to killing. They also apparently like to turn into old crones, just prior to the kill, which is […]