Tag Archive for 'Boom Studios'

Gregg’s Best Comics of 2023

It was the year of debuts on a number of levels in 2023. As a result of Disney being the largest shareholder of 20th Century Fox, the Predator and Alien franchises saw their mini-series come out under Marvel instead of Dark Horse. In another publisher switch, Transformers and G.I. Joe recently got their reboot under […]


Weekly Comic Book Recommendations 4/13/16 (Comics)

Well, ladies and gentlemen, another week is upon us, and with it comes a load of great new comic books. We’ve got everything from Vikings, anthropomorphism, and WWII fantasy, to far-future (or past) sci-fi, superheroes, and Victorian-steampunk-kaiju. There are four new #1s this week, as well as the start of a new story arc, and […]


The Best Comic Books of 2013

Super heroes and regular humans alike had their work cut out for them in 2013. The DC universe witnessed the advent of the Forever Evil storyline that saw everyone’s favorite do-gooders beat down and removed from the picture (temporarily anyway). Marvel is experiencing the return of Galactus, so you can bet earth is on his […]


Clive Barker’s ‘Next Testament’ (Issues 1-3)

Religion can be just as interesting a topic as it can be a hotly contested one. Why not utilize it in comics? I mean, after all, it certainly worked for 2012’s Punk Rock Jesus. This year, we get another brilliantly crafted dose of finding God, but in a very different path from the more grounded […]


Irredeemable Dark, Destructive & Entertaining

What if, one day, someone like Superman did a one-eighty, totally dissatisfied with society and those whom he thought were friends?  What if he became so disillusioned with humanity and their bouts of ungratefulness that he abandoned his cause for the better of man?  Boom! Studios did exactly that with their release of Irredeemable; a […]