Cas's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Nation Of Nerds Reviews: 7
9.2Avg. Review Rating

He-Man / Thunder Cats #6

Mar 15, 2017

This book opens up to an amazing image of HE-MAN riding Battle Cat and Lion-o. Really enjoy the art on this first page, super grungy and tough looking. As we look on we see that most of the good guys are fatally wounded and fading fast as our heroes go deep into Castle Gray Skull. Which leads them to a morphed creation of evil in the form of Mumm-ator! and the orb of power.

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Redneck #1

Apr 18, 2017

Cates really has a knack for storytelling, between this and God Country, he tells otherworldly stories with such strong characters. Being the first issue, there is already a cast of characters depicted here and we are able to get a good feeling for them.

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Redneck #2

May 25, 2017

Redneck #2 continues to build the tension and uncertainty of what is to come for these southern vampires. Will this family feud consume the town or will they be able to brush this all under the rug?

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Savage Things #1

Mar 1, 2017

Imagine there was a government program where they took sociopathic kids from their parents, killing the parents of course, and trained them to be weapons against enemies of the United States. What if those agents happened to go rouge? Well welcome to Savage Things #1.

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Savage Things #2

Apr 5, 2017

Take Jason Bourne, add in some sociopaths, mix with a bit of Battle Royale and you arrive at Savage Things. If that doesn't sound like a good plot, I'm not sure what would.

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Savage Things #3

May 4, 2017

In Savage Things #3, we get another glimpse into the training of the recruits as children. The savagery that ensues if you can't perform, whittling the class down to the elite few. Returning to the city and our main character is trying to stop the impending doom of this city.

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Suicide Squad / The Banana Splits Special #1

Mar 29, 2017

The Suicide Squad and The Banana Splits?! Did I just read that? Yep. It happened. Hanna-Barbera and DC Comics create a mash-up that was not only a good read but was pretty funny to boot. Including the story name of Suicide Splits (Hey, it beats "Banana Squad"), that gave me a good laugh.

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