Posts Tagged ‘Grim_Noir’

Grim_Noir goes beyond the Batman Beyond Trade Paperbacks

February 1st, 2012 | Posted by Grim_Noir | No Comments
Titles: Batman Beyond: Hush Beyond and Batman Beyond: Industrial Revolution Writer: Adam Beechen Covers: Dustin Nguyen & Darwyn Cooke Pencillers: Ryan Benjamin, Eduardo Pansica, Chris Batista Inkers: John Stanisci, Eber Ferreira, Rich Perrotta Colorist: David ...

Grim_Noir checks out DEM BONGOs! (mini-reviews)

January 3rd, 2012 | Posted by Grim_Noir | No Comments
Poor L’il Bongo Comics Group. They are the Booster Gold of the comics publishing world; percieved by the general public as a quick corporate cash-in/tie-in to Matt Groening’s TV series, ...

Grim_Noir Finds “Space Battleship Yamato” Flying Under The Radar

December 2nd, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | No Comments
I would like to propose the hashtag #OccupyStarBlazers. For a year now, Dark Forces have been engaged in a conspiracy. I’m not talking about the current economic crisis or a sinister ...

Grim_Noir Rides With “The Three Musketeers 3D”

October 28th, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | 5 Comments
If you are one of those self-styled The Three Musketeers purists, then you’re already wrong: Wrong about the book and wrong about the most recent film adaptation. First of all, let’s not ...

Grim_Noir Wishes On “The Sacred Star of Milos,” Just In Time For NYCC

October 12th, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | No Comments
Actor Kelsey Gramer once referred to his hit show “Fraser” as methadone for viewers in “Cheers” withdrawl. And “The Sacred Star of Milos,” is definitely methadone for the Addicted-To-FMA crowd. If it ...

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

September 25th, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | 2 Comments
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 ...

Grim_Noir Follows “Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below”

August 7th, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | No Comments
Depending on your viewpoint, the director of “Children Who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below” (“Hoshi o Ou Kodomo”), Makoto Shinkai, is either a visionary or a control freak: He ...