Tag: GREG PAK

ACTION COMICS #39

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Scott Kolins and Aaron Kudor, Colored by Wil Quintana Published by DC Comics PREVIOUSLY: Action Comics #38 UNDER THE SKIN is the final chapter in Greg Pak’s HORRORVILLE storyline. The mysterious entity that has enveloped Smallville and possessed most of its citizens has been revealed as a new version…

Action Comics #38

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Aaron Kudor, Jae Lee, and June Chung Colored by Wil Quintana Published by DC Comics PREVIOUSLY: Action Comics #37 The HORRORVILLE storyline continues in this latest chapter titled HOME IS WHERE THE HELL IS. We open with Superman, as Clark Kent, being haunted by nightmares of his parents house…

Action Comics #37

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Aaron Kuder Colored by Wil Quintana Published by DC Comics PREVIOUSLY: Action Comics #36 Picking right up from the end of the previous issue, the living mist has still engulfed the entire town of Smallville and Superman is trapped inside it along with Lana, John Henry Irons, and all…

Action Comics #36

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Aaron Kuder Colored by Wil Quintana Published by DC Comics PREVIOUSLY: Action Comics #35 This is the first chapter of HORRORVILLE. Things are getting wonky in Smallville. Lana Lang is having recurring nightmares about her dead parents rising from their graves as zombies. She’s shacked up with John Henry…

STORM #4

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Victor Ibanez Colored by Ruth Redmond Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: STORM #3 The cover has a banner that says THE DEATH OF WOLVERINE across the top, which had me worried at first that this would be part of a crossover, and since I’m not currently buying any other…

STORM #3

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Scott Hepburn and David Baldeon Inked by Scott Hepburn and Jordi Tarragona Colored by Rachelle Rosenberg Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: STORM #2 Another late review, I know. But before I get into my thoughts about this issue my friend Samax Amen has written an interesting article about this…

STORM #2

Written by Greg Pak Drawn by Victor Ibanez Colored by Ruth Redmond Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: STORM #1 This issue opens with Storm and Wolverine in some little bar in NYC talking about Storm’s actions in Santo Marco last issue. As I said before, I’m not up on current X-Men events, but it is…

Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology

Tired of the same old superheroes, that have been around for decades? Tired of most them reflecting the traditional Western heroic ideal, ie, typically White males? Tired of Asian characters mostly being martial arts masters (if they’re heroes) or Yakuza members (if they’re villains) or sex objects (if they’re women)? Well, so were the publishers…