Advance Review: NONPLAYER #1

  • April 5th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

TItle: Nonplayer
by Nate Simpson
Publisher: Image Comics
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
Now this is how you start a comic series. Nate Simpson has released onto the world a fantastic bit of comic booking with Nonplayer #1. I was hesitant, opening a book that’s clearly to do with online gaming, because…well…it’s just been DONE, and I’m lucky enough to not have been sucked into …


New PopShots Web Comic #6! Click in to read!

Previously on PopShots: Slai refused to believe her cartoon status, so cartoonist JD gave her comically over-sized breasts! Whotta jerk!


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Episode 53 (video show!)- SUCKERPUNCH

Episode 53 – SuckerPunch! from johnny destructo on Vimeo.
JD and Slai review Zach Snyder’s visually beautiful catastrophe: SUCKERPUNCH!


Advance Review: Kick-Ass 2 #2!

  • March 30th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Kick-Ass 2 # 2
Writer: Mark Millar
Penciler: John Romita Jr.
Inker: Tom Palmer
Colors: Dean White
Letters: Chris Eliopoulos
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo

Let’s be honest, even as reviewers, it’s nigh impossible to pick up certain books without some sort of pre-conceived┬ánotion. As I picked this issue out of my stack, with the thought of reviewing it, I already had my first …


Advance Review: Ultimate X #4

  • March 30th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Ultimate X #4
Writer: Jeph Loeb
Pencils: Arthur Adams
Colorist: Peter Steigerwald
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo

It seems it’s a big week for late books. And while I gave a pass for Kick-Ass 2, issue 2..I’m not entirely sure I can do the same for Ultimate X #4. June 16th, 2010. That was the day issue #3 was released. I …


Advance Review: UNDYING LOVE #1!

  • March 29th, 2011
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

Title: Undying Love #1
Writers: Tomm Coker & Daniel Freedman
Art: Tomm Coker
Colors: Daniel Freedman
Letters: Michael David Thomas
Reviewed by Johnny Destructo
Before even starting this issue, I felt a tinge of familiarity when I saw the name Tomm Coker. I had trouble placing it before remembering that back in October, I favorably reviewed a film called Catacombs, which was written and …