Author Archives: ComiCommand

The Force Is Strong With This One

Written By Jake Garner With the imminent release of Marvel’s Darth Maul this week, not that I am excited or anything, I thought it might be worth looking back to the very beginning. Star Wars is primarily built around its … Continue reading

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Repentless

Written By Jake Garner Yes, oh yes. It’s quite true. Slayer, yes, as in the awesome thrash metal band fronted by Tom Araya, have delved into the world of comic books with their new three part series titled Slayer Repentless. … Continue reading

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Thanos Returns!

A Message From The Commander: Thanos Returns… Or so it would seem, but for how long? Yes, Marvel have brought Thanos back into the spotlight with his very own ‘Now!’ series. Only three issues deep, fans of The Mad Titan … Continue reading

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V For Vendetta

Written By Cadeem Lalor I first watched V for Vendetta (2006) when I was living in England over a decade ago. Hugo Weaving’s performance was a highlight, which compensated for Natalie Portman’s dodgy English accent and some weak dialogue from … Continue reading

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Bringing Annville to New York City

Written By Jake Garner Every Marvel Comic’s fan knows the Punisher as that one character that, over all others, really teeters on that very special ‘super-hero’ periphery. One thing the Punisher does above all others is kill. Frank Castle, aka … Continue reading

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Kill Or Be Killed

Written By Cadeem Lalor I first came across Ed Brubaker’s work with Incognito, a short but interesting series about a former supervillain in the witness protection program. Kill or be Killed (2016) frequently popped up in any discussion of Brubaker … Continue reading

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Korgi

Written By Ryan Graf Comics are a medium for telling a story. They are primarily done with illustrations and text, the two take the visual elements of storytelling and the written word of literature and combine them into panels. You’re … Continue reading

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