Articles by joel crabtree

  1. Kung Fu Panda #1 Cover Image

    Kung Fu Panda #1

    Do you remember when Disney used to release those straight-to-video sequels to their wildly popular animated movies? Or, even better, do you remember when they would create animated TV spin-offs of movies like Aladdin or The Lion King ? They were pretty much cheapened versions of something you had come to know and love, and they certainly didn’t hold a candle to the original.

    Comic Review Article Joel Crabtree May 12, 2011
  2. Ruse #2 Cover Image

    Ruse #2

    In kicking off Ruse #2, we find our heroes, Simon Archard and his assistant/partner Emma Bishop, trapped underground with ferocious rats after a visit to one of Partington's less-sophisticated establishments to investigate a inexplicable rash of gambling addiction among upperclassmen.

    Comic Review Article Joel Crabtree May 5, 2011
  3. Solomon Kane: Red Shadows #1 (of 4) Cover Image

    Solomon Kane: Red Shadows #1 (of 4)

    Let me preface this by saying that I'm not a die-hard Robert E. Howard fan, but his work is something that I've become familiar with through more modern adaptations, however loose they may be.

    Comic Review Article Joel Crabtree April 14, 2011
  4. Solomon Kane: Red Shadows #1 (of 4) Cover Image

    Solomon Kane: Red Shadows #1 (of 4)

    Let me preface this by saying that I'm not a die-hard Robert E. Howard fan, but his work is something that I've become familiar with through more modern adaptations, however loose they may be.

    Comic Review Article Joel Crabtree April 14, 2011
  5. Hellraiser #1  Cover Image

    Hellraiser #1

    With Hellraiser #1, series creator Clive Barker and writer Christopher Monfette possibly deliver the franchise's most relevant installment since 1988.

    Comic Review Article Joel Crabtree March 29, 2011
  6. Ruse #1  Cover Image

    Ruse #1

    In Simon Archard, writer Mark Waid creates the classic example of everything a Victorian-era detective should be.

    Comic Review Article Joel Crabtree March 19, 2011