Andrew Dalhouse


X-O Manowar #17 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #17 [Late] Review: Historical Fiction Interrupting the Sci-Fi

Aric of Dacia has just been saved from the wrath of the Romans by his new friend Sabbas. On their trip to the next destination, Sabbas explains how he came to be here, riding with the Forgotten Warriors of Thamud and encountering the Lost Ninth Legion. Aric and Sabbas sail for Rome itself, but they […]

Quantum and Woody #7 cover by Ariel Olivetti

Quantum and Woody #7 Review: Quantum Becomes Superman

Quantum and Woody couldn’t Klang in time, and they have awoken in a new world. Quantum is the world’s greatest superhero, and he protects the world from all evil. That is, until his life begins to fall apart. Meanwhile, Woody is rich, a gambler, and an alcoholic. However, he seeks out professional health when he […]

Quantum + Woody #6 cover by Ariel Olivetti

Quantum + Woody #6 Review: A Surprisingly Visceral Issue for the Comedy Series

All power in the city has gone out. Electricity, cars, and all electronics have ceased functioning. Quantum is trying to save everyone he can, but Woody believes they’re out of their depth. Worse yet, their powers and quantum armband don’t seem to be working either. Despite that, Eric rushes into a burning apartment building to […]

X-O Manowar #13 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #13 Review: Aric’s Final Day on Gorin

Aric has the armor back, but it brings back memories of the last time he was on Earth. He must brush these memories aside, as the bounty hunters intend to finish the job they started. This is the final battle of Manowar on Gorin. X-O Manowar #13 finally has Aric cutting loose once more with […]

X-O Manowar #12 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #12 Review: A Tense Confrontation, Plus Bounty Hunters

Aric finds a way back to the capital city to find his former friends and allies mulling over what they just did to him. Before the confrontation can conclude, the bounty hunters hired by Bruto return with yet more hate and violence to unleash. X-O Manowar is nearing its conclusion on the planet, Gorin. As […]

Quantum and Woody #3 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

Quantum and Woody #3 Review: Emotional Sincerity in a Sea of Cynicism

The story of the goat revealed! We relive the time that Quantum and Woody stood witness to an energy recreation of their father, Derek. The catch is that he will dissipate in three days. Quantum/Eric elects to try and find a way to save Derek. Woody decides to party with his father for his last […]

Ninja-K #4 cover by Cafu and Andrew Dalhouse

Ninja-K #4 (Late) Review: Character Insight and an Awesome Cast Addition

Ninja-K pays a visit to the retired Ninja-G. She is suspicious at first, as she went to a lot of trouble to get off the radar. After some convincing, she reveals what she knows about MI-6’s Acclimation Bureau. In doing so, we get an extended look at Ninja-G’s own history with the MI-6, her personal […]

Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Superman Action Comics #997 Review: Badly Padded and Noticeably Empty

Superman and Booster Gold face Lor-Zod, the child of the infamous General Zod, and the Eradicator. They face him on the planet the villain calls New Krypton. Soon Zod and Ursa join the fight, and the fight appears hopeless for Superman and Booster. Back on Earth in our present, Lois Lane finally finds her father, […]


X-O Manowar #11 cover by Lewis Larosa and Diego Rodriguez

X-O Manowar #11 Review: Enter the Bounty Hunters

Aric is watching his empire slip through his grasp. The Cadmiums, Azures, and Burnt continue to tear one another apart across the planet. He knows he must delegate, but he doesn’t know if he can trust anyone enough to give power. The choice my soon be taken away, as a cadre of alien bounty hunters […]

Smiley Takes Center Stage On These Process Art Pages

It’s not often that a lapel pin gets his own comic… but then Smiley is nor ordinary button. The constant companion of Evil Ernie has his own one-shot coming out on Wednesday from Mike Raicht and Rod Rodolfo and we have some of the interior pages and process art. Colorist on the series is Andrew Dalhouse. […]