kevin hoskinson's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Pastrami Nation Reviews: 7
7.1Avg. Review Rating

Assassin's Creed: Locus #1

Oct 2, 2016

Overall, it was worth the read. But anyone trying to fill the void until a new Assassins Creed game is released, I would recommend looking somewhere else. Hopefully on December 21st, when the Assassin's Creed movie is released, that void will be filled.

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From Under Mountains #1

Oct 7, 2015

This series has potential to be a fun, magical, unique look at a world that we have never been introduced to before.

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Godshaper #1

Apr 24, 2017

The first issue of Godshaper is a well written and intriguing story of a dustbowl like future. Ennay is a flawed character, someone who the world doesnt believe deserves a god. He found his own god though, one who is willing to follow him through thick and thin. This is a great first issue, of what I hope is a great series.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers #1

Mar 3, 2016

The writing in this new series is smart and the artwork is incredibly well done. Combine all of that with an intriguing story, you have a must read series, for fans and newbies alike.

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Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers #2

Apr 17, 2016

One thing that particularly stands out from this series so far is the writing. Being based around high school age students, they are smart and never written as a stereo-type. The typical teenage stuff is there, but its not overwritten to the point of annoying. That is what I like; its fun, takes itself seriously but not too serious, and is an overall fun ride so far.

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Snowfall #1

Feb 24, 2016

We are all familiar with the corporate owned government too often seen in futuristic dystopian stories. In Snowfall, we get something a little bit different. We get a glimpse of a world that a government has tried to force its power, but has failed. A world where the weather can be controlled by forces greater than Mother Nature herself. With the first issue, it is an exciting start to what looks to be a promising series.

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The Bounty #1

Jul 10, 2016

There are lots of things to like about this first issue, but I especially liked the dynamic between all of the characters. The situations they are put in are dire, but they all work together so well. They interact like they have known each other forever, and I hope in future issues we find out more about who they are, and possibly what some of their real motives are.

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