Tag Archives: Garth Ennis

Dreaming Eagles #1 (Aftershock)

Rating: 4.5/5 – When Is a War Comic Not Simply a War Comic? by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall Dreaming Eagles will ultimately tell the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American military aviators in the United States Armed Forces.  … Continue reading

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Johnny Red #1 (Titan)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Perfect Mix of Back-Story and WWII Action. by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall. I wasn’t reading British comics in the 1970s, but what I have seen of them long after the fact when reprinted for a US audience, … Continue reading

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Where Monsters Dwell #1 (Marvel)

Rating: 4/5 – Action, Adventure and Airplanes! by ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas. Secret Wars has destroyed the Marvel and Ultimate Marvel Universe and in it’s wake has left Battleworld, a mixture of different worlds and timelines. Without the limitations … Continue reading

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Caliban #1 (Avatar)

CREDIT: Avatar Press Rating: 4/5 – Ennis’ latest series takes us to science fiction horror. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Shawn Hoklas. Not only is Garth Ennis back writing Crossed at Avatar, but he’s also launching a new kinf of horror series, … Continue reading

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Crossed: Badlands #50 (Avatar)

Rating: 3.5/5 – The origins of the Crossed begins here. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Shawn Hoklas. It’s been a long long while since I’ve read an issue of Avatar’s Crossed. When the series first launched, I read the first storyline and … Continue reading

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Red Team #7 (Dynamite)

Rating: 4/5 – Cops as vigilantes in this exceptional “true crime” series. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Hank Johnson. Ennis is an amazing writer and Red Team needs to be mentioned along with some of his better works. Red Team is the … Continue reading

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Rover Red Charlie #3 (Avatar)

Rating: 4/5 – Homeward Bound During the (Zombie?) Apocalypse. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Will Hessling. Right off the bat, this is the issue I’ve been waiting for in this series. There were a number of individual things that made me smile … Continue reading

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