Review: Iron Fist
Mar19

Review: Iron Fist

Review: Iron Fist by Jerry Whitworth   Announced back in 2013, the final solo series in Netflix’s first wave of Defenders interconnected streaming shows would premier March 17th in Iron Fist. Following Daredevil (which has run two seasons thus far), Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage and set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Fist tells the story of Danny Rand, a young boy orphaned in a plane crash and adopted by monks. After...

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Review: JBsuits.com’s Harley Quinn Choker
Oct05

Review: JBsuits.com’s Harley Quinn Choker

Review: JBsuits.com’s Harley Quinn Choker by Jerry Whitworth   Following the popularity of the Suicide Squad at the box office, Harley Quinn has become a breakout star. With replicas emerging for items such as her baseball bat and bomber jacket, JBsuits.com has produced a choker collar based on the one actress Margot Robbie wears in the hit motion picture. Headquartered out of Houston, Texas and established in 2011,...

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Review: Elvis Adventures #1
Sep29

Review: Elvis Adventures #1

Review: Elvis Adventures #1 by Jerry Whitworth   Elvis Presley is perhaps one of the most revered musical icons in the past century. Well past his death in 1977, the so-called “King of Rock and Roll” is still ever present in our consciousness as he has time and again been adapted across various mediums. Such has even included the realm of horror in the 2002 film Bubba Ho-Tep. Featuring Bruce Campbell of Evil Dead fame as...

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Review: Oathbound #1
Sep22

Review: Oathbound #1

Review: Oathbound #1 by Jerry Whitworth   Fusion fiction is a growing genre in recent years uniting several different genres together in a single work that readily do not generally align. Such an example is that of the new comic book series Oathbound. Created by Kevin Cuffe (Iron Skull, Elvis Adventures) and Paul Gori (Astropunk, Psychopath) and published through Loophole Comics, Oathbound pairs together the genres of Fantasy and...

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Review – Kayfabe: A Wrestling Anthology
Jun20

Review – Kayfabe: A Wrestling Anthology

Review – Kayfabe: A Wrestling Anthology by Jerry Whitworth   In November 2015, writer and letterer Micah Myers (The Disasters), editor Marta Tanrikulu, and letterer Zakk Saam sought to put together an anthology of fellow comic creators featuring fictional wrestlers for the book Kayfabe (a wrestling term describing fictional elements of the sport’s performance art). Published last May and available through DriveThru...

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