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Review - Lady Killer 2 #2 (of 5) (Dark Horse Comics)

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Writer: Joëlle Jones
Artist: Joëlle Jones, Michelle Madsen (Colours)
Release Date: 14th September 2016 613 more words


DC Announces Supergirl: Being Super by Mariko Tamaki and Joëlle Jones

DC Entertainment has announced a brand-new miniseries with an invigorating twist on the Supergirl we know and love! The Girl of Steel returns in a story not only about being super, but also the trials and tribulations of being 16. 301 more words

Comic Books

Review: "Lady Killer, Vol. 1" by Joëlle Jones & Jamie S. Rich

I picked up this book on a whim on a trip to my local library. I’d actually seen this comic around the comic book shops (when I actually went to them–it’s been a while) and I liked the premise and the art but I never did manage to buy it. 419 more words


Scarlet Witch #9 (Marvel)

Rating: 5/5 – A Defining Moment Between Siblings Wanda & Pietro.
by ComicSpectrum EiC Bob Bretall

I reviewed issue #1 of Scarlet Witch last December and it got a 5/5 then too, with a great story by James Robinson & beautiful art by Vanessa del Rey.  542 more words

Civil War II

Scarlet Witch #9 Review

Scarlet Witch #9
Writer: James Robinson
Artist: Joelle Jones
Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg
Letterer: Cory Petit
Cover: David Aja
Publisher: Marvel

This has been one of my personal favorite series to come out of Marvel post Secret Wars(2015).   933 more words


Review: Lady Killer 2 #1

Josie Schuller has it all: A doting husband, two adorable children, a volunteering resume that would make saints jealous. And there’s the side job as a contract killer. 467 more words

Comic Books

Lady Killer 2 Issue #1

Art and Story: Joëlle Jones
Colours: Michelle Madsen

Josie Schuller is back, and I haven’t felt this giddy to go to the comic shop in a while. 342 more words