Does Pat Get It? Episode 21 – Mister Miracle #12 Pat is back with a new DPGI, this time looking at a new classic in Tom King and Mitch Gerads Mister Miracle. The book may be beloved, but that doesn’t mean Pat gets it….or does he?Continue reading »
Does Pat Get It? Episode 20 – 52 Week 7 Pat reviews week 7 of DC’s first weekly maxiseries that , you guessed it, spanned 52 weeks. Issue 7 has some importance as it is the first appearance of Batwoman. Is it worth reading? Is the intro of Batwoman a good one? Find out now!Continue reading »
Trade Review – Hazed OGN Tim has returned with a new Trade Review! This time he is checking out an Image Comics comic from 2008 called Hazed. This is a tale of evil sorority life wrapped up in a dark comedy. It is comparable to “Heathers” or “Mean Girls” but is the balance between edgy and dark meshing […]Continue reading »
Trade Review Vault – Aliens: Dead Orbit Tim kicks off our new format for Trade Reviews with a Dark Horse horror comic in the Aliens universe, Aliens: Dead Orbit. The miniseries was written and features art by James Stokoe. Does this make the comic a more intimate experience? Find out now!Continue reading »
DPGI? Episode 16, The Blade of Kumori #5 Pat does all his usual tricks for this issue. He hates it a bunch, blames Tim (which is fair), and gets his Twitter handle wrong at the end! What fun! Pat tackles The Blade of Kumori #5 from Devil’s Due Comics.Continue reading »
Does Pat Get It? Episode 15, Ninjak Issue 23 Matt Kindt is a fairly beloved writer. That being said his Ninjak run is not what he is best known for. Does Pat love it more than his more popular works? Did Kindt miss the boat entirely? Is Pat just wrong? You decide in this weeks episode of Does Pat Get […]Continue reading »
We kick off April with a new regular schedule that starts with Pat. Does he get it? Can he get it? Do you get it? Maybe.Continue reading »
Steve Orlando, Garry Brown and Lee Loughridge are all powerhouses in the world of comics, but does that mean Pat will get it? Jumping in blind….Does Pat Get It?
Pat is here to dive into the middle of storyline after storyline to determine if comics are doing a good job or not of explaining what is going on. Not to be confused with the Pat from CAS West! This time out Pat tackles The Wicked & The Divine #38! Spoiler Warning is in effect!
Scowlin’ Mad with Tim Review #9 Hit-Girl #2 , March 2018 Writer: Mark Millar Artist: Ricardo Lopez Ortiz Colorist: Sunny Gho Lettering: Melina Mikulic Cover Artist: Amy Reeder, Dustin Nguyen Image Comics Rated Mature! The new Hit-Girl series by creator Mark Millar and Ricardo Lopez Ortiz feels very different from previous Kick-Ass and Hit-Girl comics. The art is […]Continue reading »
Scowlin’ Mad with Tim Review #7 Dark Ark #1 ,September 2017 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Juan Doe Letterer: Ryane Hill Regular Cover Artist: Juan Doe Rating 17+ Aftershock Comics Writer Cullen Bunn and artist Juan Doe have created a dark storyline of biblical proportions with September’s Dark Ark #1, a new series from Aftershock Comics! Aftershock is slowly becoming […]Continue reading »
Scowlin’ Mad with Tim Review #6 Blood Stain TP Vol. 1 April 2016 Writer: Linda Sejic Artist: Linda Sejic Cover: Linda Sejic Image Comics I am very interested in the artistry of Linda Sejic. She has a similar style to her husband Stjepan Sejic (whom I had became familiar with first as well as Capes And Scowls Co-Host Leander […]Continue reading »
Scowlin’ Mad with Tim Review #5 Kaijumax Season 3 #2 August 2017 Writer: Zander Cannon Artist: Zander Cannon Cover: Zander Cannon Oni Press I keep diving in and out of this series, and that is a mistake on my part because it is a fun read that tells a serious prison story in a less than serious way…with […]Continue reading »
Scowlin’ Mad with Tim Review #3 Shirtless Bear Fighter #1 June 2017 Writer: Jody Leheup, Sebastian Girner Artist: Mike Spicer, Nil Vendrell Cover: Andrew Robinson Image Comics I have wanted to talk about newer issues (this one being two weeks old already), but I find myself still raving about this comic. It is a fun ride in […]Continue reading »