Tag Archives: Sci-Fi

Power Cubed #1 (Dark Horse)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Fun Coming of Age Story With Great Art. by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall. Aaron Lopresti is handling writing and art on this series, and doing a great job of it.  It’s a story of an 18-year old, … Continue reading

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Exit Generation #1 (Comix Tribe)

Rating: 3/5 – What Happens After 95% of Earth’s Population Leaves? by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall It’s 2025 and Earth has exhausted its ability to support an ever growing population.  The Solution? ExIT (Extraction by Interstellar Transport).  Huge space arcs … Continue reading

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Boy 1 #1 (IDW)

Rating: 3/5 – Near Future Adventures in Genetics. by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall. There seem to be a lot of sci-fi comics popping up lately in a wide variety of sci-fi sub-genres.  This one is set at an indeterminate time … Continue reading

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Adam.3 #1 (Dark Horse)

Rating: 3.5/5 – Fabulous Art and Format, Cool But Confusing Story. by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall While Adam.3 is not the first comic to use the horizontal “widescreen” format, it’s a rare enough occurrence that it helps the comic stand … Continue reading

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Broken World #1 (BOOM!)

Rating: 3/5 – Setup Issue With a Great Hook At The End. by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall. Remember disaster movies about a huge asteroid on a collision course with Earth like Armageddon and Deep Impact?  Broken World takes that basic … Continue reading

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Masked Vol. 1 – Anomalies (Titan)

Rating: 3.5/5 – A Good Start, But is it Enough to Make People Want More? by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow I love Titan Publishing, so I’m going to get that bit of bias out of the way right up front. … Continue reading

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The Manhattan Projects: The Sun Beyond The Stars #1 (Image)

Rating: 4/5 – Better Living Through Science, In Space! by ComicSpectrum reviewer Amy Okamoto If space is the final frontier, Hickman and Pitarra’s Sun Beyond The Stars is science fiction’s wild west version of it. Murderous villains, outlaws, and questionable … Continue reading

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Descender #1 (Image)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Lemire and Nguyen Present Some Great Sci-Fi. by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall Jeff Lemire does some good sci-fi.  Sweet Tooth was, at it’s core, a sci-fi tale and was one of my favorite series of recent years.  … Continue reading

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Divinity #1 (Valiant)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Time Is Not Absolute in Valiant’s New Sci-Fi Series. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Amy Okamoto. In the 1960s, Russian cosmonaut Abram Adams was sent on an extended secret mission to the far-flung reaches of space. Long thought dead, … Continue reading

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Cluster #1 (BOOM!)

Rating: 4/5 – Verhoeven’s Starship Troopers merged with Christopher Lambert in Fortress – minus the cheese and open satire. by ComicSpectrum reviewer R.C. Killian It seems like every time I set foot in a comic shop these days, new creator-owned … Continue reading

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