MINOR SPOILERS FOR THE HOLLOW AHEAD! BE ADVISED!
As a fan of animation, I’m usually always on the lookout for new animated series. However, for the several months Netflix tried to recommend The Hollow to me, I always gave it a pass. It was one of those series that, to me, looked super geared for a younger audience. That being said, the fact I’m writing this right now makes it obvious that I finally gave in and decided to give the series a shot. So, how was it? That is the question I’m here to answer today. As always with my reviews, remember that this is just my opinion, and you are entitled to your own opinion.
This week I had the extreme honor to read Aether Eternius. Created by Shannon Merrill (Novasiri), the comic has phenomenal art design and a great premise, though it is held back by some character dynamic issues.
Read Aether Eternius by Shannon Merrill (Novasiri)
WARNING: MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD FOR CASTLEVANIA.
There are always certain shows I hesitate to even try. Some just aren’t my usual genre cup of tea, some I’m skeptical towards being good, and some I get overly distracted wondering why they even exist. Netflix’s Castlevania fell somewhere in between the 2nd and 3rd reason for me. However, I had heard on the grapevine that it was a good show. So, with few other shows peaking my interest, I decided to give this one a shot.
Before I begin my review, I would like to preface this with important information. I have never played a single Castlevania game. While I went in knowing some basics just by nature of being around the gaming community a lot, my knowledge of the series is laughable at best. Thus, my review is going to judge the show based solely on the show. How it stacks up to the games, I don’t know. To some this may prove a bad place to be coming from, whereas to others it means less bias. Nevertheless, I feel this transparency is important to know, since even the most objective reviews are not without bias.
This month I had the honor to review one-shot horror comic Cold Blooded, written and edited by Bradley Golden, penciled by Andrey Lunatik, inked and colored by Mickey Clausen, lettered by Hector Negrete, cover by Helmut Rancho, and variant cover by Oscar Pinto. Though not a comic for everyone, the art and tone offer a very unsettling read perfect for the genre.
Check out Cold Blooded‘s successful Kickstarter campaign for release updates!
This week I had the immense honor to check out Continental Kings: #01 – Off With A Bang! Created by Isai Oviedo, the comic has some fantastic art but is hurt somewhat by several writing issues.
Buy Continental Kings: #01 – Off With A Bang! by Isai Oviedo
This week I had the honor of checking out Postmortem Of a Puppet by Pancaek, a rather avant garde comic. While much of the comic, especially the art, is fantastic, it definitely won’t be for everyone.
Read Postmortem Of a Puppet by Pancaek
WARNING: MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD FOR LOST IN SPACE.
When I heard there was a new Lost in Space series on Netflix, I was skeptical to say the least. I am largely not a fan of remakes, if only because many of them are terrible cash grabs. I had even heard mixed reactions to the series, so that further did not inspire me to expect much. However, if there’s two things I love in life, it’s space and robots that say, “Danger, Will Robinson.” Thus, I decided one day to put it on, because what else was I going to do with my life? So how did it stack up? Well, let’s dive in to my review, and I’ll tell you my thoughts.
This month I had the privilege to check out The Sisters by Peter Violini and Brian L. Richmond. Though the story has a lot of interesting facets and creativity, there are a few areas where some improvements could be made.
Read The Sisters by Peter Violini and Brian L. Richmond
This month I had the privilege to read apocalypse romance story No End by Erli and Kromi. Though the comic has a few hiccups with characters, it possesses an engaging story that will keep you hooked.
Read No End by Erli and Kromi