Category: Reviews

Review: 'Katusha, Girl Soldier of the Great Patriot War: Book Two: The Shaking of the Earth'

Review: ‘Katusha, Girl Soldier of the Great Patriot War: Book Two: The Shaking of the Earth’

Panels on Pages has an advance look at the second chapter of the Katusha trilogy and looks at how it tops its predecessor.

Review: 'Katusha, Girl Soldier of the Great Patriot War: Book One: Edge of Darkness'

Review: ‘Katusha, Girl Soldier of the Great Patriot War: Book One: Edge of Darkness’

Wayne Vansant goes from The ‘Nam to World War II Russia with the stunningly detailed and very involved first volume of the Katusha trilogy.

Combiner Wars Megatron is the Best Megatron

Combiner Wars Megatron is the Best Megatron

Whether you go classic Decepticon or new-school Autobot, the latest and greatest Megatron figure deserves a place on your shelves.

Review: ‘Fantasy Killer #2’

Review: ‘Fantasy Killer #2’

An exclusive advance look at the newest installment of the Kevin Hock and Leigh Jeffery tale reveals an evolving character study that shows what it could have been but simultaneously excels at what it is.

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Ultra Comics’

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Ultra Comics’

Here it is! Ultra Comics: the cursed comic that has been haunting the worlds of Multiversity is here and once again it’s time for the Multiversity Review & Analysis.

Review: ‘The Fitzroy’

Review: ‘The Fitzroy’

Imagine a world where Great Britain is covered in a poisonous gas after World War II. This anthology, filled with dark humor and hope, sure does.

Ring of Honor 3/13 Live Show Report

Ring of Honor 3/13 Live Show Report

On March 13th, PoP! correspondent Kelly Harrass went to a Ring of Honor show. Today he’s here to tell you all about it and why you should check out the matches when they pop up on ROH TV.

Review: 'Leaving Megalopolis'

Review: ‘Leaving Megalopolis’

In a weekend where #PoPCSR goes back in time, we have the opportunity to review the Kickstarter smash by the acclaimed creative team behind Secret Six, Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore. Is there such a thing as leaving the reader wanting too much?

Review: Black Mask’s Tubecomics

Review: Black Mask’s Tubecomics

Black Mask Studios has unleashed its new way for comic fans to consume comics. What’s a Tubecomic? How do they work? Are they any good? Find out all the answers inside this review.

Kelly’s Stream of Consciousness 3/2 WWE RAW review

Kelly’s Stream of Consciousness 3/2 WWE RAW review

Last night, PoP’s own, Kelly Harrass, sat through all three hours of WWE Raw and kept a running commentary of the show. These are his uncut and unedited thoughts. He’s sorry that he did this.

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Mastermen’

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Mastermen’

This month in Multiversity, Grant Morrison and Jim Lee bring us the story of what happened on Earth-10 when Superman landed in Nazi Germany and Kelly Harrass is here to break it all down.

Review: 'Template: After Vega'

Review: ‘Template: After Vega’

A second week is spent reviewing another chapter in a title previously reviewed as part of #PoPCSR. This time, we find out why a “stopgap” can be a good and bad thing.

Review: 'Empress #3'

Review: ‘Empress #3′

We circle back to Chuck Amadori & Marcelo Salaza’s Empress in this week’s #PoPCSR Feature Review to find two master storytellers at work. Find out why inside.

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity Guidebook’

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity Guidebook’

This issue of Multiversity harkens back to the days when official handbooks were all the rage. This time around, the guidebook and the comics within are very important to the future of the DCU.

Review: 'Frontier Graveyard Vol. 1: The Risen'

Review: ‘Frontier Graveyard Vol. 1: The Risen’

Imagine if The Walking Dead happened out on the old Western frontier. With a couple twists. That’s the simplified – and possibly unfair – premise behind Frontier Graveyard Vol. 1: The Risen.

Review: ‘Quad vol. 1’

Review: ‘Quad vol. 1’

Four creators tell four different stories in one universe with excellent results. Join us as we look at the collected edition of a #PoPCSR favorite.

Review: ‘Toe Tag Riot’ Doesn’t Explain Everything Right Away (And That’s Okay)

Review: ‘Toe Tag Riot’ Doesn’t Explain Everything Right Away (And That’s Okay)

Want to read a comic about a punk band that becomes a group of zombies and dismembers members of One Million Moms on stage? Toe Tag Riot might be for you then.

Review - STRAY #1

Review – STRAY #1

The first issue of this intriguing spin on super hero dynamics provides a fresh take on the ages-old teen sidekick archetype.

The Best Wrestling Show of 2015 Already Happened and It Was Wrestle Kingdom 9

The Best Wrestling Show of 2015 Already Happened and It Was Wrestle Kingdom 9

On January 4th New Japan Pro Wrestling held their version of WrestleMania; Wrestle Kingdom 9. Kelly Harrass brings us a review of the show and tells you why you need to see it.

The Top 10 Wrestling Matches of 2014

The Top 10 Wrestling Matches of 2014

It’s the end of 2014 and it’s time to reflect back at the best wrestling of the year. Kelly Harrass bring you his list of what he thinks are the best matches that 2014 had to offer.

Review: ‘The Last Supper’ #1

Review: ‘The Last Supper’ #1

We close out the #PoPCSR Feature Reviews for 2014 with a book that exemplifies why #PoPCSR exists in the first place.

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures’

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Thunderworld Adventures’

It’s the time of the month for another issue of Multiversity and this time around we get the best Captain Marvel comic in quite some time. Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart knock this comic out of the park.

Review: 'Strongman'

Review: ‘Strongman’

What we have here is a prime case of a hidden gem, as some of the earliest work of Charles Soule appears as our #PoPCSR feature review.

Review - "TUSK"

Review – “TUSK”

This is the story of a guy who gets sewn into a walrus suit. It’s really f*cked up.

Review: ‘The Deep: The Vanishing Island’ #2

Review: ‘The Deep: The Vanishing Island’ #2

A book so perfect we’re stunned that Cartoon Network hasn’t fasttracked it to their prime time lineup.

Review: 'Vine' #s 1 & 2

Review: ‘Vine’ #s 1 & 2

Vine is a great example of why reading a book past just the first issue can be a benefit. Find out why inside.

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Pax Americana’

Spoiler Free Review & Spoiler Filled Analysis: ‘The Multiversity: Pax Americana’

Multiversity: Pax Americana may be one of the most dense single issues ever written. This month’s Multiversity analysis will go through the issue scene by scene to get everything out of it.

Review: 'The Accelerators Vol. 1: Time Games'

Review: ‘The Accelerators Vol. 1: Time Games’

We go back in time to check out the collected edition of a title we first looked at back as part of #CS100 and see how it holds up months later.

Review: ‘High Crimes’ #1-8

Review: ‘High Crimes’ #1-8

The story of High Crimes kicks into gear when a grave robber chops the hand off of a frozen body on top of Mount Everest. What? You thought this series would be about something else?

Review - INTERSTELLAR

Review – INTERSTELLAR

Christopher Nolan shoots for the heart in his newest big-screen epic but doesn’t quite hit the mark.

Review: 'Track Suit Man #1'

Review: ‘Track Suit Man #1′

We love our traditional comics here at Panels On Pages, but the goal of #PoPCSR has been, “to look outside the normal delivery channels and find some excellent reading.” Track Suit Man is most certainly that.

"Angry Birds Transformers" Will Ruin Your Life

“Angry Birds Transformers” Will Ruin Your Life

Rovio’s latest Angry Birds game is super fun and super addictive. If you have ANY plans in the next month, don’t download this game. It’s the devil… A fun, explodey devil.

Review: ‘Critical Hit #2’

Review: ‘Critical Hit #2’

A near-perfect book almost falls to a modern cliche in storytelling, but manages to rise above with expert characterization and emotion.

Review - Horns

Review – Horns

Based on the novel by Joe Hill, this modern fairy tale is sure to become a classic for fans of horror, fantasy and simply excellent storytelling.

Review - CONSTANTINE, "Non Est Asylum"

Review – CONSTANTINE, “Non Est Asylum”

The newest small-screen comics adaptation successfully brings comicdom’s favorite exorcist antihero to life and provides a decent gateway to the supernatural pocket of the DC Universe for TV audiences.