JD reviews Frank Miller’s HOLY TERROR

  • September 28th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Holy Terror
Author: Frank Miller
Publisher: Legendary Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
Arrogant. Arrogant god-damn bastard. Sloppy, arrogant work by an arrogant bastard. Frank Miller. Always building himself up bigger, taller, like some mad gaggle of robots. Always climbing. Now falling. Enjoys repetition and small sentences. Originally a proposed Batman book, this is now…something else. Instead of Batman and Catwoman and Gotham City: …

Grim_Noir reviews KATO #12: Not Your Father’s Green Hornet!

Title: Kato #12
Writer: Ande Parks
Art: Lee Ferguson
Colorist: Rainer Petter
Letterer: Bill Tortolini
Reviewed by Grim_Noir
While DC and Marvel have been having their flashy, splashy “event” comics over the last few years, Dynamite Entertainment (with the help of writers Kevin Smith, Phil Hester, Ande Parks; and a slew of artists) has been quietly building a multi-generational Green Hornet dynasty. SO quietly, in fact,that most comic …

Ultimate Comics X-Men #1 reviewed!

  • September 21st, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Ultimate Comics X-Men #1
Writer: Nick Spencer
Penciler: Paco Medina
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
Ah jeez. Remember in Ultimate Fallout when Kitty Pryde, Bobby and Johnny vowed to live together in the Morlock Tunnels and never, ever, ever try to be super-heroes ever agai..whups that’s over.
I didn’t read the first Ult X-Men series all the way to the end, having gotten …

Birds of Prey #1 reviewed!

  • September 21st, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Birds of Prey #1
Writer: Duane Swierczynski
Artist: Jesus Saiz
Colorist: Nei Ruffino
Publisher: DC Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
Action, suspense, fishnets. What more do you want?
Well, a couple things, actually. Like quality writing, solid art, and strong intelligent female characters. All of which are bases soundly covered in this first issue. Like with many of the positive reviews I’ve given to the DCnU …

Wonder Woman #1 reviewed!

  • September 20th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Misc

Title: Wonder Woman #1
Writer: Brian Azzarello
Artist: Cliff Chiang
Colors: Matthew Wilson
Amidst the myriad of Wonder Women that have populated the DC Universe since her inception, my fave has to be the Diana from Darwyn Cooke’s New Frontier. She wasn’t on the take as far as guff was concerned and her stature promised as much. I have rarely enjoyed Diana as a …

Podcast Episode 70 Up Now!

Johnny Destructo, Brian The Hutt and Slai review Contagion (in theaters now) and RED STATE, Kevin Smith’s new “horror film” (Coming Soon to a theater near you!) We also recommend an awesome show called MISFITS!
Take a listen and then feel free to comment below if you agree or disagree, or email us at info@poptardsgo.com!
Listen in the upper right hand corner …

Geoff Johns/Jim Lee Interview Part 1!

Hey folks, Matt Adler and Johnny Destructo here. On August 30th, we had the privilege of attending the launch party for DC’s New 52, the linewide revamp of the original superhero universe. Attending were many of DC’s top names, including co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee, Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras, Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns, Wonder Woman artist Cliff Chiang, Batman …