Tag Archives: Dejah Thoris

Comics Round-up 01.04.2013

justiceleague9

Shadowhawk and Bane of Kings welcome you to the first comics round-up for April.

“After reading the first half of JMS’ run on Wonder Woman, I sincerely wish that it was him writing the current ongoing, rather than Azzarello. Bill Willingham delivers an absolute scorcher on Fables Vol.1, even as Snyder’s Batman ends on a rather tame note. Following Arvid Nelson’s excellent first two volumes, Robert Place Napton’s Dejah Thoris proves to be a disappointment, continuing a trend with the writer across the various John Carter titles.” ~Shadowhawk

“The flagship titles of Marvel Now! make some good, entertaining progress and DC’s Justice League is a strong but flawed series” ~Bane of Kings

Comics Round-up 01.11.2012

batwoman1

Shadowhawk and Bane of Kings welcome you to another edition of the comics round-up as it now becomes a bi-monthly feature with a bit of a new look.

“Mutants to vampires to sword & planet adventures, its been a hell of a ride.” ~Shadowhawk

“Some very surprising new series, and with a very strong continuation of Nightwing, it’s been a fantastic experience.” ~Bane of Kings

Comics Round-up 02.10.2012

justice-league-5-cover

Shadowhawk and Bane of Kings bring to you the third installment of an entirely new reviews series for The Founding Fields.

“A mixed bag of titles this month, not as impressive as I thought they’d be.” ~Shadowhawk

“Some great titles here. DC’s New 52 continues to be positive for me and America’s Got Powers produces a brilliant second issue.” ~Bane of Kings

Warlord of Mars Volume 1 by Arvid Nelson – Comics Review [Shadowhawk]

warlord-of-mars-vol-1

Shadowhawk reviews the first volume in the retelling of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ classic Princess of Mars. This is a nine-issue collection with additional bonus material that somewhat parallels the story of John Carter the movie as well.

“Expect to be bowled over by this fantastic retelling and wowed by the amazing artwork as Arvid Nelson tackles the origin story of one of the world’s first superheroes. You seriously cannot miss reading this.” ~ The Founding Fields

Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris Vol 1 & 2 by Arvid Nelson – Comics Review [Shadowhawk]

TNDejahVol1CovTEMP

Shadowhawk reviews the first two volumes of Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris, Colossus of Mars (collecting issues #1-5) and Pirate Queen of Mars (collecting issues #6-10), published by Dynamite Entertainment.

Colossus of Mars and Pirate Queen of Mars are exhilarating, rollicking rides through Barsoom that are more than worth reading. They are great sword & planet adventures!” ~The Founding Fields