Birth date: October 03, 1967
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This comic collection is a relaunch of the Youngblood series with some of the characters from the previous incarnation and many new ones. It is action-packed and well-illustrated. A typical super-hero team comic, it is interesting enough to please most comic book readers. Recommended.
I got all 5 volumes to read and review but gave up partway through Volume 1. Taking place on a world of strange fantastical creatures, John Prophet has a mission to complete. In sepia tones, the illustrations are not brilliant and the story does not always make sense. I couldn't be bothered with it...
There's very little setting in this: I'm not sure when this happened in relation to the general Marvel world, and this gives me very little to go on. Truthfully, being so insular wouldn't be so bad, but this gets convoluted, and bored the hell out of me. Add to that fact that I didn't feel the a...
This colourful and gory tale tells us about Samuel, a Hebrew priest and his role in the war against the Philistines. It also involves the Ark of the Covenant and its powerful influence on the outcome of this conflict. Blood is spilled, beasts fight, cataclysm ensues. With flowery Biblical language...
Only Deadpool would stop hearing the voices in his head when his eardrums are ruptured. While fighting mimes. And only his unique healing attributes would allow him to eat the Mandarin's rings and project their power by farting. The Santa story is just perfect.