Host Derek Coward returns with a look of The Samurnauts: The Curse of the Dreadnuts 1 of 4 from Unshaven Comics.
Host Derek Coward returns with recommendations for three trades from Image Comics: Near Death, Grim Leaper, and The Activity.
Host Derek Coward talks about Courtney Crumrin 10 and 9, Snake-Eyes/Storm Shadow 21, and GI Joe 1. There’s also a brief mention of The Bionic Woman.
Remember when I said that if the writer (Kelly Sue DeConnick) and artist (Phil Noto) get on the same page, then Ghost could be a great title? This segment from Ghost #3 gives a glimmer of what I was talking about. The art and words mesh perfectly.
Host Derek Coward returns with a look at Courtney Crumrin and The Night Things and the ongoing Courtney Crumrin title.
Host Derek Coward talks about the GI Joe titles which currently make up Cobra Civil War, The Bionic Man #4, Atomic Robo: The Ghost of Station X #3, Sergio Aragones Funnies #5, Peanuts #0, and the No Hero TPB.
Host Derek Coward takes a look at the latest Atomic Robo volume (The Ghost of Station X) from Red 5 Comics and The Bionic Man from Dynamite Entertainment.
Atomic Robo is back this week. I read a preview of the first issue of the latest miniseries Ghost of Station X and it looks like this is another in a long line of excellent Atomic Robo stories. If you haven’t read Atomic Robo, think Hellboy with a sense of humor. If you have read any of the previous Atomic Robo stories, then you know what kind of goodness to expect. Don’t be the type of chump who is tied in with buying 52 #1 issues from a company who will probably be cancelling at least half of them within the year, be the type of chump who buys one #1 from a company who will at least make sure to tell the entire story.
Atomic Robo #1 // Ghost of Station X (#1 of 6)
Written: Brian Clevinger
Art: Scott Wegener
Colors: Ronda Pattison
Letters: Jeff Powell
Publication Date: 2011-09-07
Format: Comic, Full Color, 6.5 x 10, Soft Cover, 32 pages
Diamond Code: JUN111232
Derek Coward, host of the Indie Comic Book Noise podcast takes a brief look at Rachel Rising #1 from Abstract Studios, The Rocketeer Adventures #2 from IDW and The Red Wing #1 from Image Comics.