The first issue of Howard the Duck is an exciting beginning. It comes with thrills, action, adventure, and mystery. And if that alone is not enough for a reader Howard the Duck # 1 offers humor, famous heroes, and a plot to that leads the main character on a wild goose chase. Grab a magnify glass to investigate Howard the Duck # 1… read the full article.
Divinity has yet to answer the ultimate question posed from issue #1. What exactly happened to Abram Adams after spending all this time in space? The question has gained a bit of momentum in Divinity #2 as Abram is now considered a God-like figure after creating a self-sustaining biome in the middle of the Australian outback. Abram floats, cross-legged within his pod, overseeing his Garden of Eden without his Eve; or in this case, without his girlfriend Eva… read the full article.
With the news and controversy about its upcoming Joker variant cover which was pulled, Batgirl and its creative time have been in the spotlight for good or ill. At the beginning, Batgirl #40 is a little confusing with lots of transhuman and AI ideas connected to the villains that Batgirl has been fighting since the new creative team took over. However, Brenden Fletcher, Cameron Stewart, Babs Tarr, and Maris Wicks end up sticking the landing and have Batgirl exorcise demons in a quite literal way with the help of her supporting cast and the people of Burnside… read the full article.
Coming out this week from Image is a book from the minds of Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko, the title in question is Invisible Republic. It’s the distant space-faring future, again, where humankind has fallen into poverty with the collapse of the Malory Regime. A has-been novelist by the name of Croger Babb is in search of a story on the Regime but has failed to grasp the right audience. However, a chance encounter lands him with what could be the story of a life time: the journal of Maia Reveron, the untold cousin of former dictator Arthur McBride and with her the untold story of the Malory Regime… read the full article.
This week, The Walking Dead took us through several gripping stories and amazed us with a revolving door trap scenario that left one of our survivors dead, and every fan of the show talking. Here to join us discuss episode 4 of season five titled“Spend,” is Sound On Sight contributor Randy Dankievitch. Expect some heated arguments, some heavy speculation, Ricky D’s weekly wish list and some awful dubstep. All this and more.