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Wildstorm Addiction Podcast – Episode 16

Wildstorm Addiction Podcast - Episode 16

Welcome to another awesome episode of Wildstorm Addiction! Joe David Soliz and Ben Murphy bring you Wildstorm reviews for the weeks of September 22nd and 29th 2010. Reviews including Garrison #6 (of 6), Wildcats #27, and Wetworks: Mutations (One-shot).

Ben welcomes everyone to Episode #16 for the weeks of September 22nd and 29th 2010.

Spoiler alerts warning, but all the written Wildstorm reviews at site are spoiler free unless otherwise noted. Continue reading

Garrison #6

Garrison #6 - Cover

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Where Sparta U.S.A. frustrated the heck out of me, in the end Garrison was successful in underwhelming me. I tried to give this book the benefit of the doubt but ultimately it was just your average comic.

Did we get more fun Francesco Francavilla art? Absolutely! Plus we get some great action scenes but that’s something that this series has delivered since the beginning. Continue reading

Wildstorm Addiction Podcast – Episode 13

Wildstorm Addiction - Episode 13

Welcome to another review packed episode of Wildstorm Addiction! Joe David Soliz and Ben Murphy bring you Wildstorm reviews for the weeks of August 25th and September 1st 2010. Reviews including Garrison #5 , Wildcats #26, and The Authority #26.
Ben welcomes everyone to Episode #13 for the weeks of August 25th and September 1st.
Spoiler alerts warning, but all the written Wildstorm reviews at site are spoiler free unless otherwise noted. Continue reading

Garrison #5

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Alright, we got a little more with this issue than last. There wasn’t a single explosion in this issue but there was a great hand-to-hand fight at the beginning. But thankfully fighting is not all we get in this issue as we finally get some revelation here.

When I started reading the issue and the fight began to run long I was afraid we wouldn’t have room for much else. Don’t get me wrong, it was an awesome fight but this series has been leaning more towards action than story since the beginning so while I was expecting it, I was also hoping for a little more substance too. Francavilla continues to deliver some awesome fights and is still finding new and interesting ways for Garrison to finish people off. Then afterwards we get a pretty funny scene of Garrison and Agent Bracewell in a plane that I thought was amusing but again I thought we were running out of comic too quick to fit in more story.
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