Tag Archives: Dynamite Entertainment

The Boys Volume 7: The Innocents

The Boys vol 7: The Innocents TPB Review

2010, Dynamite/Titan Books Story: Garth Ennis Art: Darick Robertson, Russ Braun, John Macrea, Keith Burns Colours: Tony Avina Seven volumes into The Boys and we’ve witnessed buggery, paedophilia, infanticide and more full-frontal nudity than you can furiously shake a rolled up Daily Mail at. Volume 7, ‘The Innocents’, is far lighter in tone than previous […]

The Boys Volume 6: The Self Preservation Society

Comic Book Cramathon: Garth Ennis’s The Boys pt 3

Previously: Comic Book Cramathon: Garth Ennis’s The Boys pt 2 Garth Ennis dials the gross out meter up to 11 in Volume Five: Herogasm, in which we discover exactly what goes on in those superhero crossovers which have plagued comics for decades. In this case, Earth’s greatest heroes ostensibly depart for a war with the […]

The Boys Volume Three: Good for the Soul

Comic Book Cramathon: Garth Ennis’s The Boys pt 2

Previously: Comic Book Cramathon: Garth Ennis’s The Boys pt 1 So far The Boys has been a mixed bag of superhero conspiracy theory, toilet humour and extreme ultraviolence. With Volume Three: Good for the Soul, Ennis takes a breather, letting The Legend fill Hughie in on the Ennis’s intricate back-story. This couldn’t have come sooner, […]

The Boys Volume Two: Get Some

Comic Book Cramathon: Garth Ennis’s The Boys pt 1

Welcome to Comic Book Cramathon, the first (and hopefully not the last) in a series I’ll be sporadically running. The basic challenge I’m setting for myself is to review a series within a week; be it a series I overlooked, underappreciated or completely misunderstood during its early years, or a run that I’ve been buying […]

Kevin Smith's Green Hornet #1

Green Hornet #1 Comic Book Review

Dynamite, $3.99 Script: Kevin Smith Breakdowns: Phil Hester Pencils: Jonathan Lau Colours: Ivan Nunes Seth Rogan’s unlikely adaptation of radio superhero the Green Hornet is scheduled for December this year, and Dynamite are definitely making the most of the licence, with a prequel series, a Kato spin-off, a futuristic take on the masked vigilante, and […]