3.5

Samurai and Dinosaurs

Just the title alone excited me enough to read this book. Big summer mashup movie Cowboys & Aliens is set for later this year, so why not jump into the genre-hopping madness with Samurai and Dinosaurs?...
3.0

Sim-I #00

Sim-I is a story about a monkey that has achieved a level of intelligence that allows him to read the morning newspaper and to speak telepathically to his robot rabbit accomplice. Just like any other...
4.0

Stu Bear in the 25th Century

Stu Bear in the 25th Century is a fun, quirky little book that had me laughing most the way through. The title character is the laziest bear in the world, and all he wants to do is hibernate. After...
3.5

Innana’s Tears

Innana’s Tears is one of those books that you know you should read, but you may have trouble convincing yourself to start. It’s like saying, “I should crack open that Charles Dickens book and give it a...
4.0

Daomu #1

If you didn’t pick Daomu #1 up yet, you need to go back to your store as soon as possible. This book had its weaknesses, but the pacing and vibrant art of the main action sequence of this issue are...
4.0

Cyclops #2

Cyclops is a story set in a not-too-distant future where the United Nations has outsourced peacekeeping operations to private companies (sounds sort of familiar). The difference between our reality and the...
3.5

Networked: Carabella on the Run

As adults, most of us are aware of the inherent privacy risks we run by participating in social media. If I post my social security number and birthday on a forum, then I’m probably going to face some...
5.0

B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Gods #1

Not very many comic books leave out their most recognizable characters for all but one page, but B.P.R.D. is not your average book. In the new mini-series Gods readers are introduced to a new character, a...
3.5

Fallen Angel, Return of the Sun #1

Let me start by saying that I was not aware of Fallen Angel before this week. I might have heard a mention or two, but I chose to review this based solely on writer Peter David’s involvement. He’s a...