Jordan Boyd


Thanos Legacy #1 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela

Thanos Legacy #1 Review: Half of a Great Comic

We go back to Thanos returning from meeting with his future self. What will be his legacy? What is next for the Mad Titan? Inevitably, Requiem comes for Thanos, and death comes with it. However, even after the Titan’s death, he has visitors concerned with his body. In the second tale, young Gamora is assigned […]


Deadly Class #34 cover by Wes Craig

First Impressions: Deadly Class Is Daunting but Rewarding [#34 Review]

For those who didn’t catch my initial First Impressions Review of Gasolina #8, this is a slightly different variety of review. My First Impressions reviews will be for comic series that have been going on for more than five issues, whether it be mini, maxi, or ongoing — and this issue (in this case #34) […]

Mother Panic: Gotham A.D #2 cover by Tommy Lee Edwards

Mother Panic Gotham A.D #2 Review: The Sirens of the Future

Mother Panic sneaks into Robinson Park to seek out Selina Kyle and Pamela Isley. The park is dangerous, but Mother Panic reaches Selina and learns a way into Arkham Asylum and save her mother. Meanwhile, Madam Gala plans for her expansion into Robinson Park and make further profit off Gotham City. I’ve been meaning to […]

skybound evolution

Skybound’s Evolution Mutates Into Second Printing

In the cutthroat world of comic book publishing, “survival of the fittest” is the law of the land. And scientific research shows that comic books which develop the genetic trait of selling out and going back to press for second printings are more likely to pass on their genes to future issues. Thankfully for Evolution, […]

Corinna Bechko And Gabriel Hardman Bring Green Lantern To DC’s Earth One Line In 2018

Green Lantern is the latest DC hero to join the company’s line of origin-revamping original graphic novels. Announced via IGN today, the wife-and-husband pair of writer Corinna Bechko and writer/artist Gabriel Hardman will team up with colorist Jordan Boyd to bring Green Lantern into the Earth One-Verse. The book will see Hal Jordan revamped as a scientist […]

Curse Words Has Magic Start

The brand new Image series from Charles Soule and Ryan Browne, Curse Words presents us with Wizord the Wizard and his talking koala bear sidekick Margaret in modern New York. This first issue hits the ground running, and running fast without stumbling once. The humour is fun, the action is enjoyable, the dialogue witty and […]


Gabriel Hardman Shares His Process Art For Army Of Darkness Cover

Gabriel Hardman took to his tumblr page to share his process art for the upcoming Army of Darkness: Furious Road #1 from Dynamite. Colors for the cover are done by Jordan Boyd. I like that fact that in the initial design he typed the words “mushroom cloud”. For more on Army of Darkness: Furious Road […]

Advance Review: Roche Limit #1 From Image, Plus Preview

Billionaire Langford Skaargard’s dream of cosmic exploration is no more and Roche Limit, a colony situated on the cusp of a mysterious energy anomaly, has become a melting pot of crime and terrible secrets. When Bekkah Hudson goes missing, the search to find her will plunge her sister and a cadre of the colony’s underworld […]

Behind The Scenes Process For Upcoming Savage Hulk #5 Cover

From his blog, Gabriel Hardman is showing us the cover process for his upcoming project Savage Hulk #5. It’s a 2 part story that Hardman is doing the art on and co-writing with Corinna Bechko. The story stars the Hulk and Doctor Strange and runs in issues #5 and #6. Colors for the cover are […]

Image Watch – Talking Umbral And ‘Playing With Magic Words’ With Antony Johnston

By David Dissanayake Antony Johnston and Christopher Mitten’s fantastic series Umbral from Image Comics begins its second arc in today’s issue #7.  I’ve been a big supporter of this creative duo since Wasteland, one of the first ongoing series I started following on a regular basis. Worldbuilders of the highest order, the Johnston/Mitten duo bring […]

5 Things About Umbral Issue # 4 – From Pirate Ships To Clever Rascal

By Alasdair Stuart Umbral doesn’t just remain one of the best books on Image’s massively impressive current roster, it keeps getting better. The latest issue is crammed full of ideas, neat visuals and hugely confident, involving fantasy. I loved every panel, but here the 5 things I was especially fond of. 1.     ‘Space is proper […]

5 Things About Umbral Issue #3- From Wrong Reactions to Mistwalkers

By Alasdair Stuart Image book Umbral has been impressive from the get go, but, as this issue shows, it’s definitely starting to pick up the pace, and scale, of events. The third issue does some classic arc plotting stuff; answering questions, providing new questions and shifting the plot up a couple of gears. It’s great […]