Joshua Winchester's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Pop Culture HQ Reviews: 9
9.9Avg. Review Rating

10
Bloodshot: Salvation #1

Aug 15, 2017

Bloodshot comics are fan favorites and this new series is sure to be just as loved as the previous ones. But theres something different this time for Bloodshot, something more to the story then what people will expect. Theres more to fight for, more to live for, more to die for. And thats what is sure to make Bloodshot Salvation a real winner.

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10
Divinity #0

Aug 15, 2017

Stop the presses because Divinity #0 is out of this world! Literally, it will take its readers across time and space, have them traverse the great unknown and have them asking questions. More then just what is going to happen next or why is this so good, but deeper questions, the kind one would normally find only in a philosophy class at a major university. So come along and join the characters on this journey, and perhaps something will be learned along the way to change lives.

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10
Elsewhere #1

Aug 4, 2017

Speaking secondly as a fan of history, this is a fabulous concept! The mystery of what happened to Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan in 1937 is still one of the great unsolved stories of history. A comic that has her showing up on another world, getting into what is clearly going to be Flash Gordon-style adventures, well its just about the best kind of story anyone could ask for. Whatever happens moving forward with this series, theres no doubt it will be spectacular!

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10
Ghost Station Zero #1

Aug 4, 2017

Guns, explosions, visiting exotic locales, and a race to uncover military secrets long thought buried. Thats what readers are getting with the start of Ghost Station Zero, and its a heavy serving of action, alongside eye-popping art to boot! This is sure to be a great sequel to Johnston and Chankhammas first Baboushka series, and is a great homage to the spy genre!

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10
Kid Sherlock #3

Aug 23, 2017

Kid Sherlock isa series that just keeps on being fun. Its an exciting read because it is reminiscent of such boy detectives as Encyclopedia Brown and the Hardy Boys, but instead takes the Master Detective and his faithful friend into the role of junior sleuths. Solving crimes in the schools halls and on the playground, nothing will keep Sherlock and Watson from finding answers and solving the mystery in this weeks issue.

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10
Mage: The Hero Denied #1

Aug 15, 2017

This has been a long time coming. Mage: The Hero Defined was published from 1997-1999. It has been over 18 years since the second installment in Kevin Matchsticks adventures was published. Now, readers will finally get to see it. The third act, and with it, the final curtain and bow for Kevin Matchstick, the reborn Arthur Pendragon. Its something no one will want to miss out on.

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10
Manifest Destiny #30

Aug 11, 2017

What can be said about Manifest Destiny that hasnt already been said. This whole series and everything about it, every component is magnificent. The whole team works well together, and there is no doubt they will continue to work well together as they bring to life this fantastic fictionalized account of one of the nations great exploratory expeditions.

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10
Redlands #1

Aug 11, 2017

This comic is frightening! It's pure horror genius! Bellaire, Del Rey and Cowles are the perfect trio working in concert to bring this fright fest of a series to life. Readers will keep turning the pages to find out what happens next but at the same time they will be filled with fear because of what could happen next. Even though this series is an original creation, it smacks of the classic horror/monster comics of the 1950s and 1970s. It is sure to become a fast favorite for all who pick it up.

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9.0
Spy Seal #1

Aug 15, 2017

From the get go, readers will see that Rich Tommaso is emulating the style of Herg and his famous TinTin adventures. In short, it is a riveting adventure that will be a fun series for fans of Tommasos works, and fans of spy comics and TinTin too. There is one issue within these pages, that of the character of Angora. Her design and style of speak will lead people to assume she is like the stereotyped Asian characters from 1960s movies and television when she is in fact quite the opposite. Other than that, everything else about this comic is first-rate. An excellent beginning to what is sure to be a thrilling series.

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