Tag: Eric M Esquivel

Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #4

Written Eric M. Esquivel Drawn by Jerry Gaylord Inked by Jerry and Penelope Gaylord Colored by Gabriel Cassata Published by Boom! Studios PREVIOUSLY: Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #3 Well, this is it, the exciting conclusion to this miniseries. Loki is now the most powerful God in all of existence. And he has revealed himself to…

Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #3

Written Eric M. Esquivel Drawn by Jerry Gaylord Inked by Jerry and Penelope Gaylord Colored by Gabriel Cassata Published by Boom! Studios PREVIOUSLY: Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #2 Okay, I’ve been trying my best to review this series, and make clear how awesome it is, without spoiling it. Well, things are reaching their climax here,…

Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #2

Written Eric M. Esquivel Drawn by Jerry Gaylord Colored by Gabriel Cassata Published by Boom! Studios PREVIOUSLY: Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #1 It’s 6 months since Loki has been banished to Earth. During that time he’s became a famous rock star. He’s got a guy named David as his drummer, and two women, Masumi his…

Loki: Ragnarok and Roll #1

Written Eric M. Esquivel Drawn by Jerry Gaylord Colored by Gabriel Cassata Published by Boom! Studios While I was underwhelmed by Eric M. Esquivel’s BLACKEST TERROR, I was more more impressed with his THOR: UNKILLABLE THUNDER CHRIST, and had hoped for further adventures of his version of Thor. This isn’t that sequel, but once again…

THOR: UNKILLABLE THUNDER CHRIST #1

This is the 2nd comic-book written by Eric M. Esquivel that I have read, the first was THE BLACKEST TERROR #1, which you can read about HERE. Unfortunately, despite an awesome premise, I ultimately felt let down by that issue. Well, I am happy to say that I have no such problem with this issue.…

THE BLACKEST TERROR #1

The Black Terror is a superhero that exists in the “public domain,” which means that the original copyright and trademarks have expired and so anyone can use the character. For the past few years, Dynamite Comics have been utilizing him, and several other public domain superheroes, in various books, including the Project Superpowers miniseries’, and…