Advance Review: Curse Words #1

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 17, 2016. If you’ve read a comic created by Ryan Browne before, then you know to expect a lot of laughs when you see his name on any book. His quick-plotting experiments on books like God Hates Astronauts! and Blast Furnace deliver comedy, action, and pacing […]

Interview: Nick Pitarra: the Project of ‘Manhattan Projects’

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on September 8, 2014. Chase Magnett for Comics Bulletin: Manhattan Project has been going on for over two years now. How were you first brought on to the project? When did you first become familiar with it? Pitarra: I was brought on to it because I had […]

REVIEW: God Hates Astronauts #1

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on September 4, 2014. When confronted with something that makes no sense, that is so utterly shocking your brain can not comprehend it, you can either laugh or scream. The choice is between humor and horror. Ryan Browne’s God Hates Astronauts will bombard you with images beyond understanding, […]

Planet Comicon 2014

This article was originally published at The Nerd Cave on March 21, 2014. Kansas City’s premiere comics convention Planet Comicon concluded its first three-day show on Sunday. For many the primary attractions were the media guests with all of the Star Trek: The Next Generation cast assembled in one place minus Patrick Stewart. Yet the collection of comics […]

Weekly Checkup – 03/13/2013

Age of Ultron #2 The sophomore issue of “Age of Ultron” maintains the same set of strengths as the freshmen issue. Brian Hitch’s art is cinematic and chock-full of vivid details. The overwhelming tone of despair is well rendered by the storytelling, especially in the behavior of familiar characters. These two elements, in combination, establish […]