Articles by ray tate

  1. The Spider #2 Cover Image

    The Spider #2

    We drop into the middle of a Spider adventure.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 15, 2011
  2. Red Sonja #57 Cover Image

    Red Sonja #57

    Red Sonja attempts to assassinate a clan leader on behalf of another, but she finds her progress impeded by an immovable object that has the audacity to be far more agile than it should.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 15, 2011
  3. Critter #2 Cover Image

    Critter #2

    One of the things I love the most about Critter is how writer Thomas Hutchison meshes the real with the unreal.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 15, 2011
  4. Vampirella #9 Cover Image

    Vampirella #9

    Vampirella and Sofia must battle the three weird sisters from hell, the Karasu Shima, who have been crucifying sinners and feeding from their baser emotions.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 10, 2011
  5. The Traveler #10 Cover Image

    The Traveler #10

    The Traveler teams up with Soldier Zero to combat a group of far future menaces that intend to strip the planet of its assets.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 10, 2011
  6. The Traveler #10 Cover Image

    The Traveler #10

    The Traveler teams up with Soldier Zero to combat a group of far future menaces that intend to strip the planet of its assets.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 9, 2011
  7. Kirby: Genesis #3 Cover Image

    Kirby: Genesis #3

    Genesis is like being at a party with nobody you know except your boring friend Kirby.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 9, 2011
  8. Vampirella #9 Cover Image

    Vampirella #9

    Vampirella and Sofia must battle the three weird sisters from hell, the Karasu Shima, who have been crucifying sinners and feeding from their baser emotions.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 9, 2011
  9. Elric: The Balance Lost #3 Cover Image

    Elric: The Balance Lost #3

    Elric relates the story of a breach in the multiverse, and each avatar of the Eternal Champion, a concept created by Michael Moorcock in the '70s, tries to repair the damage before it swallows everything whole.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate September 9, 2011