Prometheus: Fire and Stone misses the mark on what initially made the world of Prometheus appealing, and delivers a comic that’s both expertly illustrated and incredibly derivative.
You know, I always enjoy stories about smooth, competent government agents in suits saving the world. Oops, did I say smooth and competent? I meant inept and hilarious. Fortunately for me (and you), these are the types of agents you’ll find in Unit 44 #1, published by Alterna Comics.
Back in the day, a certain comic book magazine used to publish their top ten books of the month. I loved that article. Looking back, it’s actually the part I was most excited to read, since I probably owned every comic they said was “hot.” Now as a comic seller, I decided to give it a whirl. Here is CC2K’s Top Five Comics for the month of March 2015.
Fans of Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye can be put at ease because the transition to the new creative team in All-New Hawkeye is a seamless one.