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Review - Lobster Johnson: Metal Monsters of Midtown #1 (Dark Horse)

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Writer: Mike Mignola, John Arcudi
Artist: Tonci Zonjic
Release Date: 25th May, 2016 572 more words


Review - Lobster Johnson: The Forgotten Man #1 (One Shot) (Dark Horse)

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Writer: Mike Mignola, John Arcudi
Artist: Peter Snejbjerg, Dave Stewart (Colours)
Release Date: 6th April 2016 408 more words


Review Brew: Lobster Johnson The Forgotten Man (One-Shot)

Story by: Mike Mignola, John Arcudi

Art by: Peter Snejbjerg

Colors by: Dave Stewart

When a transient goes missing, Lobster Johnson comes into investigate the disappearance and finds out, that there’s more to the priest than just giving sermons. 387 more words

Comics And Comic News

Short Cuts 9: Fairest Vol. 5–The Clamour for Glamour; Morning Glories Volume Eight–Rivals; B.P.R.D. 1946-1948; Constantine, Vol. 2–Blight

Fairest Vol. 5: The Clamour for Glamour (Vertigo Comics, 2015) was a fun read, even though it wasn’t completely satisfying as a series conclusion. The title arc occupies six of the seven issues in the collection. 697 more words

Vertigo Comics


A trio of skyscraping robots crash into a Manhattan bank and leave Lobster Johnson with two mysteries to solve: what is behind the massive machines, and why would the robots pull a heist without taking a penny?


Review Brew: Lobster Johnson The Glass Mantis (One-Shot)

Writer: Mike Mignola, John Arcudi

Artist: Toni Fejzula

The man with the claw brand returns with this one-shot. It’s been awhile since I read Hellboy, but reading parts about Lobster Johnson was always entertaining. 300 more words

Comics And Comic News

Comic Reviews: Carnage and Rumble!


Carnage #3 (Marvel Comics)

Cletus Kasady’s ongoing series from Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins continues with Carnage #3, which finds the psycho symbiote still being hunted by federal agents in an underground mine, except the twist is that one of them is Col. 599 more words

Marvel Comics