• Krakoa wrote a review of .
    God Is Coming

    The new chapter in the Venom saga continues! After our hero was badly battered in the first issue, we begin with an exquisitely drawn sequence that shows the symbiote healing Brock on an unprecedented...

  • Krakoa wrote a review of .
    The Name of a Symbiote

    The first issue of the new Venom series is everything you want from a Venom book and then some. Ryan Stegman's art is excellent and atmospherically grungy. Donny Cates really brings a lot to the table...

  • Krakoa wrote a review of Most Wanted Part 1: Find A Way; [Untitled].
    The Fugitive

    Note: This is my first Spider-man comic since OMIT. Spidey has long been a sore point for us cranky curmudgeons who hold grudges, but I took a shot on this book and it paid off. First of all, I had no...

  • Krakoa wrote a review of .
    Super Fortress!

    Macross/Robotech is such an awesomely cool concept. One day I fully intend to sit down and watch it. I'm not a big anime or manga buff so I'm often intimidated by older franchises like this that have...

  • Krakoa wrote a review of The PEOPLE vs. JUSTICE LEAGUE Part 1: Three Rooms.
    A Naive Goddess and a Weary Bat

    Having recently decided to return to reading current comics, this issue was important for me. This could definitely have made or broken my interest in this book. First thing's first, I got the nonse...

  • Krakoa wrote a review of .
    A Surreal Collection of Dreams

    I love anthologies. Whether it's the horror anthologies of film and TV or seminal comic publications like 2000AD. Dark Horse Presents had a long run from the mid 80's to the early 2000's. This is the ...

  • Krakoa wrote a review of House of Heroes.
    At the Mountains of Madness

    A career like Grant Morrison is truly unique. His early work on titles like the Doom Patrol was frenzied in intensity and creativity. He later applied that creativity to the sometimes convoluted but ...