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Quotes #NCBD 1/27/2016 (@BoomStudios)

It’s sci-fi and fantasy week at Boom!Studios. At least it is for me. Two titles this week: Wild’s End: The Enemy Within #5 and Venus #2. Plus Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Dragons #2 from last week.

Sacrifices are made in Wild’s End encounter with an invading alien force; and intrigue and secrets abound in the nascent colonization of Venus by NASA’s possible last heroes.

I highly recommend both. Buy ’em!

Here are the quotes:


“Time passes slowly in captivity, and in the darkness … The ambiguous darkness that is my current boon and my constant doom.”

“It is all vanity and resentment … and hubris.”

“All is light … until there is only darkness.”

“The books are not like this.”

Wild’s End: The Enemy Within #5, Boom!Studios
Written by: Dan Abnett
Illustrated and Lettered by: I.N.J. Culbard
Additional Material by: Nik Abnett


“I just want to know if the A.I. sees me in the shower. And if so, what’s it think? You know out of ten.”

Venus #2, Boom!Studios
Written by: Rick Loverd
Illustrated by: Huang Danlan
Colored by: Marcio Menyz
Lettered by: Colin Bell


“I will not be defeated in this simple task of catching fish!”

Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Dragons #2, Boom!Studios
Written and Illustrated by: Nathan Pride
Spot Illustrations by: David Petersen
Lettered by: Warren Montgomery


 

Quotes #NCBD 1/13/2016 (@BoomStudios)

Two new books from Boom!Studios this past Wednesday: the murderous conclusion to Rowan’s Ruin and the second issue for Snow Blind.  Both were good reads. I was sad to see Rowan’s Ruin come to an end, but Ollie Masters got my attention as he dug deeper into the WitPro mystery.

Here are the quotes:


“Why did nobody even ask about the dogs?”

Rowans Ruin #4, Boom!Studios
Written by: Mike Carey
Illustrated by: Mike Perkins
Colored by: Andy Troy
Lettered by: Jim Campbell


“All I wanted was the truth…And now that I had something that could be it–I Just wanted it to be another lie.”

 

Snow Blind #2, Boom!Studios
Written by: Ollie Masters
Illustrated by: Tyler Jenkins
Lettered by: Colin Bell


Quotes #NCBD 1/6/2016 (@BoomStudios)

Another new Boom!Studios four issue miniseries; but this one has on going series written all over it. Contract Killers never get old. Or do they?

Here are the quotes:


“They Let Anyone Join the Club These Days?”

“No One’s Got Any Sense of Duty Anymore.”

The Last Contract #1, Boom!Studios
Written & Lettered by: Ed Brisson
Illustrated by: Lisandro Estherren
Colored by: Niko Guardia
Variant Cover by: Vanesa R. Del Rey


 

Quotes #NCBD 12/30/2015 (@BoomStudios)

The brothers try to make a run for it, with Sara in tow, who only speaks English using Star Wars references in Johnson’s dystopian The Last Sons of America #2.

Welcome Back is now an ongoing series! And the Sequels Mali &Tessa continue their ultra violent reincarnated Battle Royale.

Here are the quotes:


 

“Aren’t you a little short for a stormtrooper” — nice #StarWars   reference

The Last Sons of America #2, Boom!Studios
Written by: Phillip Kennedy Johnson
Illustrated by: Matthew Dow Smith
Colors by: Doug Garbark
Letters by: Jim Campbell
Cover by: Tonci Zonjic


“This one last perfect day, I wasn’t expected to be killed.”

“… I respect the Rules. The War. There’s a way things are done.”

Welcome Back #4, Boom!Studios
Written by: Christopher Sebela
Illustrated by: Claire Roe
Colors by: Carlos Zamudio witb Juan Manual Tumburus
Letters by: Shawn Aldridge

 


 

Quotes #NCBD 12/23/2015 (@BoomStudios)

The holidays are nearly over, and I got a nice thick stack of comics to make my way through before year end, but I did catch up with my Boom!Studios comics.

I look to them primarily for two genres: crime noir and sci-fi. This past week I picked up three sci-fi titles (after all comic books and sci-fi go together like bread and butter).

Venus #1 chronicles the colonization of Mars by a US team of space explorers competing against a superior China Space Program. This is not a what if, but more of a what may likely be.

Arcadia is a virtual world of uploaded human souls, who are aware of their new digital existence.  The catch: true power still remains in the hands of the few and the subservient ‘Meat’ continue to exist to serve and maintain the virtual world.

I can’t wait to see this one as animated feature.  It’s H.G. Wells’ ‘War of the Worlds’ meets ‘Animal Farm’. This is the second chapter of ‘Wild’s End’ titled ‘The Enemy Within’. It’s already on issue #4 of 6. If you missed this one, pick up the graphic novel.

Here are the quotes:


“When you’re a kid you’re encouraged to think of human lives as stories. You know the drill: Be good, study hard, and you might enjoy ten whole minutes of Happily Ever After before they find a lump in your prostate.”

“What do these desperate rubes give you for your wolf tickets …”

Arcadia #7, Boom!Studios
Written by: Alex Paknadel
Illustrated by: Eric Scott Pfeiffer
Letters by: Colin Bell


“Now it’s time for America to cut a path to the future, to ensure that our way of life endures.”

Venus #1, Boom!Studios
Written by: Rick Loverd
Illustrated by: Huan Danlan
Colors by: Marcio Menyz
Letters by: Colin Bell


“Le bon Dieu est dans le detail.”

Wild’s End: The Enemy Within #4, Boom!Studios
Written by: Dan Abnett
Illustrated and Lettered  by: I.N.J. Culbard
Additional Material by: Nik Abnett

 


 

 

Quotes For #NCBD 12/02/2015 (@BoomStudios)

I picked up two @BOOMSTUDIOS titles this week.  Both were excellent.

What self-respecting eighties kid did not love Jim Henson. He gifted to our world Sesame Street (Grover, Oscar the Grouch, Bert and Ernie, Cookie Monster, and Big Bird), The Muppet Show (Kermit the Frog, Rowlf the Dog, and Ernie), Fraggle Rock, The Dark Crystal, and Labyrinth.

He also created The StoryTeller, a British live-action/puppet television series that originally aired in 1988. It retold European folk tales using a combination of actors and puppets. I have to confess I’ve never seen it. I think I may have heard of it, but that could be wishful thinking on my part–but now I’m on a quest to dig these old episodes up.

Thanks to @BOOMSTUDIOS and @Archaia for bringing The Storyteller stateside via their graphic novels and comic books. In its latest iteration, the focus is on dragons; and whats not to love–mythic tales of dragons told with humor and pathos.

Rowan’s Ruin, on the other hand, is about a young American woman taking on the paranormal in the UK. The mystery takes a twisted turn, as Katie raids the “microfiches one last time.”

Here are the quotes:


“Most fathers often struggle with being too hard or too soft on their children.”

 

“His father’s love knew no bounds. Everything he had done was for him.”

 

Story and Art by Daniel Bayliss, Scripted by Fabian Rangel Jr., Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Dragons #1, BOOM!STUDIOS


“So. Hamlet. Wow. He’s like a mirror for the whole human condition, isn’t he.”

 

“I’m gonna raid the microfiches one last time.”

 

Mike Carey, with Art by Mike Perkins, Rowan’s Ruin #3, BOOM!STUDIOS


 

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