More than meets the eye, they were robots in disguise as well as one of the best parts of my childhood, yes folks I am speaking of The Transformers. Although with this review I’m not going to be talking about any of the famous or more well known of the Autobots or Decepticons, I will be talking about one transformer who was in fact a part of both factions, so let me tell you about Drift.
A long forgotten power has awoken again and along with the evil thought to have ended it. Green Lantern: Earth One vol.1 is a gorgeous interesting take on a character that so many love. As someone with very little experience with Green Lantern I found myself wanting more.
“There’s something out there hunting us and it ain’t no man…….We’re all gonna die”. This was quite possibly the best quote that I could use from the original movie to describe exactly what this book was about for me. I’ve been a huge predator fan ever since I was a little kid watching the first movie with my dad on Fox for the Sunday movie, sure it was edited to hell and dubbed terribly with every swear word but damn was it an entertaining movie!
Ghosts and villains are terrorizing the world through multiple dimensions, who do you call?! The Ghostbusturtles!………..ok I’m guessing you’re not familiar with this term because you haven’t read this book, well then I guess I’ll use them by their real names, you call the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Ghostbusters. So if I was working at IDW and had the rights to almost all the best 80’s cartoon properties what would I do with two of them? Cross them over of course which leads me to today’s review. Here comes IDW with it’s second installment of this fantastic crossover, being a fan of the first chapter I had high hopes going into this read.
I have had my eye on The Sheriff of Babylon for a while, and thanks to Penguin Random House Canada, I’ve been given the chance to final read this great story. The Sheriff of Babylon collect Sheriff of Babylon #1-12 from DC-Vertigo. Check out my full review.
Arden, Hopkins, Jarrett, and Produce Pete read into “Y: The Last Man” Vol 1 in this RTR episode – an epic story set in a borderline post-apocalyptic (pete-pocalyptic?) world in which all males have died except for Yorrick Brown and his monkey Ampersand.
We watch the Rogue One trailer and from there get into video games, starting with the great SW video games and into comic book games. Grab a beer and listen with Arden, Hopkins, Jarrett, Matt, and Pete.