He was born in the swamps of Louisiana, where he spent his days punching gators in the crotch and funneling gumbo til his eyes bled. Then one day, a powerful foreign entity dragged him across several state lines, and tethered him to the Colorado Rockies, where he lives in perpetual fear of freezing to death and there is nary a gator crotch in sight for punching. Now he hides inside, dreading snow flurries, and hammering away reviews and non-nonsensical ramblings for the outhouse overlords (cuz apparently someone saw fit to lord over outhouses).
A boy drifts through his life, half his world taken from him. School is rough, life is hard, being a teenager is a bitch, but there are still ways to detach. Axcend is the story of a kid hiding in a virtual world, until it isn't.
Atomic Robo returns to print, with tail tucked between legs and skull no longer attached? The super action scientist scrambles to make sense of a world in peril with its heroic robot MIA. Things boom, words science, and English no longer grammars in this opening issue!
CajunBean digs into another charming kickstarter project. A tale that punches on all pistons, Hugo Broyler is a dash of violence and psychosis with a fresh new voice.
The ultimate marketing gambit has begun. Will fans fall into line, or will thousands raise their middle fingers in salute to a book few will ever read?
Rob Liefeld takes the crown for more phallocentric (penis penis penis) issue of the year. Brian K Vaughn caught weeping in his cheerios immediately after.
What have we here? Oh, a beautiful revamping of a Top Cow cheesecake classic! Also, some classic cheesecake story for those of us who hate writing.
Sometimes ya mess with a classic, and ya get burned. But on rare occasions... like kangaroo-unicorn rare... someone tinkers and gets it right.
A few years back CajunBean guerrilla-style interviewed Joshua Dysart about his fledgling run of Harbinger by Valiant. The tape was lost but recently resurfaced.
What happens when Sergio Aragones essentially ODs on pharmaceuticals? This story apparently. Also, Aragones does a ton of drugs in this story... it gets pretty Meta.
Big green becomes the backseat driver to this reflective and clever spin on the Godzilla universe by writer Cullen Bunn and artist David Wachter.
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