Rat Queens #9 Review.

From Kurtis Wiebe, Stjepan Sejic, Image Comics. I have been very late to the Rat Queens bandwagon.  When the comic book started my life was a bit chaotic with a new baby.  As Kurtis himself can relate too (beautiful kid BTW).  So how easy is it to jump in to this new acclaimed series nine issues…

Peter Panzerfaust #13 Review.

From Image Comics, Shadowline, Kurtis Wiebe, and Tyler Jenkins. (A review copy was provided for this article.  Also a review copy of Kurtis Wiebe’s new series Rat Queens was also sent however due to the brand new baby boy in the house I didn’t have time to review it before the link expired.  But expect…

Peter Panzerfaust #11 Advanced Review.

From Image Comics, Kurtis J Wiebe, Tyler Jenkins. Is Kurtis a fan of the classic GI Joe silent issue?  About half of this comic will take you back to that legendary issue.  Its a difficult move to pull off, and one that really can only be accomplished in the there’s-nothing-else-like-it world of comic books.  First…

Peter Panzerfaust #10 Advanced Review.

From Image Comics, Shadowline, Kurtis Wiebe, Tyler Jenkins.   Allow this site and myself to join the constant noise all comic book fans are hearing.  Peter Panzerfaust is the shit. A re-imagining of the Peter Pan story set in World War II Europe this tale has twists and turns, drama and excitement, but most of…

Peter Panzerfaust #3 Review.

From Image Comics, Kurtis Wiebe, Tyler Jenkins. The mystery of Peter Panzerfaust is how much is magic and how much is real.  While many of his actions look like things that a healthy person could accomplish, they are still impressive.  Then there are lines like this:  “in Peter’s company time worked different somehow”. There is…

Grim Leaper #1 Advanced Review.

From Image Comics, Kurtis Wiebe, Aluisio Santos:   Recently Team Hellions was one of the fortunate blogs allowed an advanced look at the new title from master scribe, Kurtis Wiebe.  The very simple premise is thus:  Man dies gruesome deaths and “leaps” into another body only to die again.  Repeat. It is a deceptively simple concept.…

Peter Panzerfaust #1 Review.

From Image Comics, Shadowline, Kurtis Wiebe, Tyler Jenkins, Alex Sollazzo, and Ed Brisson. On one level this book is Peter Pan in World War II.  On another level its, well, so much more. The story is narrated in the present day by “lost boy” Gilbert.  He is telling a reporter all about the adventures with…