After a slightly lack luster third issue, Bedlam seems to be back on track story wise. The plot takes a big leap forward, but there is a distinct lack in character development. Nick Spencer seems to be trying to figure out what works the best in the book. Fillmore is the highlight of the book, [...]
The most talkative comic on the stands continues to be all words. Bedlam #3 is another good issue, but has a few problems that could have been ironed out of the finished project. Nick Spencer brings Madder Red/Fillmore into the police force, to help with all these gruesome murders. This leaves most of the issue [...]
Characters like the Joker will always be interesting. It’s an insight into the mind of the insane, and that type of study is endlessly entertaining. So it’s no surprise that Nick Spencer and Riley Rossmo’s Bedlam is a great read, and very wicked. Quick recap/review of Bedlam #1. Bedlam #1 was all about establishing our [...]
Oh Morning Glories. You have become a one of those books that is great each month. But occasionally we have issues like #21, where lots of information is thrown at the reader and we’re not sure what the hell just hit us. Nick Spencer throws long time readers for a loop in this issue. There [...]
It’s a well known fact that we here at Comic Book Therapy love Thief of Thieves. The first five issues were perfectly written by Nick Spencer, and Shawn Martinbrough gave the book a look of it’s own on pencils. #6 continues the greatness of the first five issues, even though the issue doesn’t end in [...]
Now that everyone in Thief of Thieves has been set up, and we understand the dynamics of everyone, it’s time for the plot to start getting into gear. While some might see this as a comic version of Oceans 11, Nick Spencer throws those comparisons out the window, and pens one hell of an issue. The [...]
The time is now. Start reading Thief of Thieves. It’s going to be a series on AMC soon, so you might as well read one of the best series at Image Comic right now, and get on board before the book is hard to find on the shelves. While Robert Kirkman created the story, for [...]
Morning Glories has always elicited LOST comparisons, but never has that been more apparent in Morning Glories #18. And much like LOST, it’s insanely enjoyable. Word to the wise, reread Morning Glories #9 before reading, as it helps with continuity. #18 deals with Hisao (Jun to the rest of the characters) and what he [...]
THIEF OF THIEVES #3, published by Skybound/Image Comics, has sold out at the distributor level just like the second issue.
AMC as announced that Robert Kirkman's “THIEF OF THIEVES" is in Development. Well, I don't think anyone saw this coming…Ahem.
The final pages of #3 didn't turn out so well for some of the characters. How much longer until Mark is captured by his psychotic version? Spoilers ahead.
This review is pretty much spoiler free, I do reveal a character’s name so if you’re really sensitive about possible spoilers it’s toward the bottom but it doesn’t give anything away at all. Now to the review: Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer have a pretty good book on their hands with Thief of Thieves. I’m [...]