Comic Review

Review: MLP FiM #9

Since the My Little Pony comic has started to come out by IDW they have been keeping their focus on lead characters from Twilight Sparkle to Rarity.  Most Brony’s I know love a lot of the other ponies as well, so it was a great surprise to find that My Little Pony issue 9 is based around Big Mac.  This is a relative of Applejacks that has a bit part in the cartoon series.  I’ve always liked him myself, he’s a strong pony of few words.    In this issue we follow big Mac around on his own adventure.  Here in my review of IDW My Little Pony : Friendship is Magic #9.

Review: IDW TMNT #24

This last weekend I got to go Comic Con International and saw some of the most awesome panels one of which was the IDW TMNT panel where they shared even more about what is coming up for the new IDW TMNT Comics.  The excitement is at full throttle as I sit here on the edge of my seat.  With knowing all the cool stuff to come, we sit and wait for it one Comic at a time.  Today in markets one of these issues is hitting the stand.  This is issue 24 which continues with the “City War” storyline.  I will share the news from San Diego Comic Con soon.  First here is my review of IDW TMNT #24.

Review: IDW MLP #8

Once again I’ve been swept away with keeping busy.  All of June was running, as will be all of July.  Miki and I are on the road heading west for events, friend meetups and to get more interviews for Cowabunga Corner.  In all this I totally skipped out on reading issue 8 of My Little Pony when it was coming out.  I do not wish to fall behind in this, so once I realized this issue was skipped I dug it out to read.  Here is my review of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #8.

Review: IDW TMNT Villian Micro Series #4

In IDW Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Micro Series issue 1 we were introduced to a new character.  She’s strong, she’s bad and she’s got Raphael’s attention.  She reminds some of us of Ninjara, the Fox from the old Archie TMNT Comic books.  She has mainly just been a fighter in this series.  Though in the newest issue of IDW Micro Villain Series she takes the front stage so we can get a feel for who Aloplex is.  Here is my review of IDW TMNT Villain Micro Series #4

Review: Image TMNT #25

Last September, I reviewed a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Comic made by the fans. This comic was to pick up where Image left off to finish up the story and connect it to Mirage Volume 4, one of the biggest gaps in Ninja Turtle’s history that needed to be fixed.

Review "Image TMNT #24"

In 2000, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles came to it’s first real stand still where there was nothing new for the fans, as the bad news hit everyone the Image Comics were ending at issue #23.  At this time, Image was the only source of new stories for the Turtles, written by Gary Carlson, with artwork by Frank Fosco.  The comic sales were not as high as they needed them to keep going, but the story was so twisted, so fun that the fans did not want it to end.

Review IDW TMNT #1

August 2011 marked the beginning of a new TMNT comic book series.  A lot of hype has surrounded this comic release with Kevin Eastman back on the creative team of the Turtles, this is something we could all look forward to.  I know I have been excited ever since I heard Kevin’s name was attached to the comic.  It took me a few weeks to get the book, as the first store I checked was sold out and I didn’t know the area well enough to know of another store to go for the new comics.  After I finally went to one, I read it on the subway train ride to my next location.