AJ O. Mason's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Monkeys Fighting Robots Reviews: 15
8.4Avg. Review Rating

9.6
Blue in Green OGN

Nov 3, 2020

Blue In Green is stylish, haunting, terrifying, and exceeds expectations on all accounts.

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8
Dry Foot #1

Oct 28, 2020

Dry Foot #1 serves as an effective and engaging introduction to the main characters of this miniseries. Highly recommended for fans of comedic crime stories like theBad Boys films, the Ocean's franchise, andMartin McDonagh's earlier films.

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7.6
Eternals (2021) #1

Jan 4, 2021

ETERNALS #1 introduces new readers to the backstory and world of the Eternals effectively, while also keeping things fresh for the hardcore fans with a light, humoristic take on the god-like characters.

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8.8
Frank at Home on the Farm #1

Nov 18, 2020

The story is a psychologically terrifying tale with many unanswered questions, and the art's unique style further engages the reader in the story's world and grabs them by the throat, refusing to let go.

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9.6
Future State (2021): Wonder Woman #1

Jan 10, 2021

With an ingenious, fun plot and gorgeous, captivating artwork, FUTURE STATE: WONDER WOMAN #1serves in these difficult times as the ultimate escapist adventure.

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8.2
Future State (2021): Wonder Woman #2

Feb 7, 2021

FUTURE STATE: WONDER WOMAN #2 leaves a bittersweet taste in the reader's mouth due to its underwhelming story, but it still explores the medium beautifully through the art.

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9.6
Home Sick Pilots #1

Nov 20, 2020

With a story that takes very thrilling, unique turns, and a beautiful artwork which is a joy to look at, Home Sick Pilot #1 begins to show signs of an extraordinary series every comic reader should watch out for.

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7.2
Juliet Takes A Breath OGN

Nov 28, 2020

Juliet Takes A Breath is a beautiful, brave story which refuses to shy away from discussing uncomfortable topics like race, gender, and identity.

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10
NoBody Likes You, Greta Grump OGN

Jan 31, 2021

NoBody Likes You, Greta, Grump! is a beautiful, incredibly sweet graphic novel who's recommended to anyone in any age group, and especially for those looking to fall in love with new characters and tear up in the process.

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5.8
Origins (2020) #1

Nov 10, 2020

Origins #1 certainly shows it has the potential to be great. Despite a dull story, the creative team still manages to create a rich world which keeps the readers engaged.

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9
Pantomime #1

Nov 10, 2020

Pantomime #1 is a perfect example of why representation matters. Highly recommended to anyone interested in viewing the world through a fresh, different lens.

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9
Pantomime #2

Dec 14, 2020

Pantomime #2 meets the high expectations set by the first wonderful issue and continues to amaze the readers with new, imaginative ways in which it tells its exciting story.

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9.2
Pantomime #3

Jan 18, 2021

PANTOMIME #3's story plays out in brilliant, unexpected ways, and the art continues to amaze the reader and appear well thought out.

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8
Taskmaster (2020) #1

Nov 10, 2020

If you're looking to read a comic book that beautifully captures the tone of an MCU movie, TASKMASTER #1 is the perfect book for you. The story is a hilarious adventure tale featuring one of the most likable portrayals of Taskmaster, and the artwork elevates the energetic writing. Highly recommended.

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6.6
Taskmaster (2020) #2

Dec 20, 2020

This issue gets too serious for its own good, but still reveals more about Taskmaster's personality and makes the reader care more about the main character's goals.

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