Christos Gage and Jeff Parker’s characterization of Willow Rosenberg conforms to one of the most infallible representations of the witch ever written—post television verse. With a narrative that rapidly advances toward its series’ end, the two formulate the final stages of our protagonist’s journey through her adventures within a significantly bizarre dimension. If Willow’s ever going to make it back home to restore magic to her world, she has to confront the greatest evil she’ll have to face—herself. READ MORE
Christos Gage’s new graphic novel, “Sunset”, is a difficult one to review. Overall there hints of brilliance contained within the pages, but the book falls just shy of the mark. All the components of a good crime caper are there and more than enough bullets fly to keep action fans satisfied, but if you crave something with a little bit more depth than you might be disappointed. READ MORE
The surprisingly fun Angel & Faith continues next week with issue #5 and the teen melo-vamp-drama can only go up from here. Perhaps when the series began a few months back, readers had their doubts as to whether an Angel and Faith comic would really satisfy anyone. It’s clear now that this series is better than anyone could have imagined. It’s fun, it’s whimsical, and it includes vampires without trying to be “the next big thing”. Any fan of Angel or Buffy will dig this book. Check the preview after the jump.
Now that the “ANGEL” franchise has officially changed hands from IDW Publishing to its new home over at Dark Horse Comics, the publisher is already rolling out the welcome mat for fans with the newly announced, “ANGEL AND FAITH”. The series is slated to begin this August, but if you make the jump you can check out the cover art and the entire press release. Read on for the skinny…