All posts tagged "Rick Remender"

  • Review: “LOW” #2

    “LOW” #2 picks up 10 years after the events of issue one. Salus has descended into the depths of squalor and depravity. Stel somehow escaped the...

  • Review: “Black Science” #8

    After Kadir’s heroic but ultimately disastrous rescue attempt last issue our heroes have been divided into two separate yet equally important groups in “Black Science”...

  • AXIS Begins in “Uncanny Avengers” #24

    Rick Remender’s tenure within Marvel Comics has be unrivaled. He consistently weaves stories that are character driven and heavy on fantastic science fiction plot twists....

  • [Preview] Marvel’s “Original Sin” #8

    JUDGEMENT! That’s what’s coming, in the conclusion to Jason Aaron’s epic Marvel crossover event storyline. Honestly I’m not one for event comics, but “Original Sin”...

  • Review: ‘LOW’ #1

    “Low” # 1 is a blueprint for an astonishing series. A flowing sci-fi fantasy future is promised in its pages and I’d encourage everyone to dive...

  • 5 Skull Review: “Black Science” #7

    “Black Science” has had Grant McKay running the show up until now. His tragic death last issue means someone’s gotta step up, take command and...

  • [TV] Warren Ellis, Rick Remender, and Frank Barbiere Get TV Deals!

    Today three of the most talented creators in comics signed a deal that will see them transition titles to television VIA Universal Cable Productions. This...

  • 5 Skull Review: “Deadly Class” #6

    As Marcus comes down from his gorgeously destructive acid trip so too does “Deadly Class” wind down its first arc. Issue #6 is horrifically intimate....

  • Six Summer Series with Horrific Heroes

    Summer time is upon us now. Time for rest, relaxation, and hopefully some vacation. Wherever you travel to during this warm and wonderful season, there’s...

  • [Preview] The End of Remender’s Captain America!

    Rick Remender’s run of Captain America has been strange to say the least. However, I’ve found it defines the character in a new and interesting...

  • Review: “Deadly Class” #5

    The acid kicks in full stop and pushes “Deadly Class” into its best chapter yet. Remender’s stream of consciousness inner monologue beautifully captures the desperation...

  • Review: ‘Deadly Class’ #4

    Marcus and Willie recover from their adventure into the city by way of a hallucinogenic quest to Las Vegas to kill Billy’s Dad. “Deadly Class”...

  • Review: ‘Black Science’ #6

    “Black Science” concludes its first arc with a resounding bang that changes the status quo of the book forever. An epic conflict between Kadir and...

  • Rick Remender & Greg Tocchini’s “LOW” Finally Surfaces in July!

    Not content with having two creator owned comics on the shelf, human comics machine Rick Remender is set to debut a brand new series from...

  • Review: ‘Black Science’ #5

    Grant McKay returns to center stage this month as Remender peels back the layers of this complex and pious bastard. As always the root of...

  • Review: ‘Deadly Class’ #3

    Marcus and Willie take to the city with a grim task ahead of them. Remender uses the mission as a backdrop and focuses on character....

  • Review: “Deadly Class” # 2

    School is in session and its one hellish place. If you thought the cliques in your school were bad, imagine if they were made up...

  • Review: ‘Black Science’ #4

    The Dimensonauts are fractured. Lost in a hostile dimension surrounded by high tech Native Americans who’d love to kill them. Ward leads an empowered charge...

  • Advance Review: “Captain America” #16.NOW

    Rick Remender’s “Captain America” has been through a life-changing ordeal. Cast away in Dimension Z for twelve years, he has finally returned to the world...

  • Review: ‘Black Science’ # 3

    Grant McKay is easily one of the least likeable protagonist’s to ever grace the medium. This month “Black Science” explores this despicable anarchist’s past while...

  • Review: ‘Deadly Class’ #1

    It’s one thing to have superlatively high expectations before delving into an eagerly anticipated series written by the fantastic Rick Remender. But it’s something else...

  • Rick Remender Talks Science Fiction, Philosophy, Horror, and Mystery in “Fear Agent.”

    Before “Uncanny Avengers” before “Captain America” and before “Black Science” Rick Remender had an incredible science fiction adventure series with Tony Moore called “Fear Agent.”...

  • Read Rick Remender’s “Fear Agent” #1 for FREE!

    As a fantastic new year’s gift Dark Horse Comics and Rick Remender (“Black Science” “Uncanny Avengers”) have given Bloody-Disgusting the first issue of the acclaimed...

  • [Rotting Retro Review] “Fear Agent: My War”

    With the release of Rick Remender’s “Black Science” earlier this week, Bloody-Disgusting thought it time to revisit the second volume of “Fear Agent.” The series...