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– by jay bradshaw

Tank Girl Gold #4

Tank Girl and Booga. What else can be said? This is the fourth book in this series and the reader will go on another adventure unlike what you may not be accustomed to but for Tank Girl this is nothing new.  

In this mission she is looking for her besties Jet Girl and Sub Girl who are missing.  And of course after spending much of the gold she and her crew have along the way.  After tracking down clues she must now travel to back in time to find her missing crew, who happen to be trapped in 1944, if you know history a great time for tanks both Allie and the Axis. 

 One can only hope that this will be a playground for Tank Girl to enjoy and play with as many tanks as she see fits.  The story and art work are just what you want from and expect in a Tank Girl comic!  One of my favorite characters in the comic world and maybe not as popular as a guy with a shield or a man dress as a bat, but always promise to be different and enjoyable read. 

Writer: Alan Martin 

Artist: Brett Parson

 

The Walking Dead: Companion to the Comic Series

This review is a second take on The Walking Dead companion. You can also read a review from our very own Drew Carlton HERE.

This is a great way for fans who do not know the comic book version of the hit show on AMC: The Walking Dead.  If you have no clue what the show is by now, please get out from under your rock and take a peer at the show.  When the show has a new episode on Sundays, yahoo has it as a number one search by Monday morning.  This book covers the first 150 issues with a rundown of all the characters in the comic from Rick and the gang to the all the baddies they have faced over the years.  

In this you can see the evolution of many of the characters and how they change like little Carl Grimes becoming a young man.  For fans that has never read the comics they will see characters that are still alive verses the AMC Show.  There is also some great inside from the creator and artist of the comic book on how they came up with the ideas.  

Again this is a great book for those that want to catch up on the first 150 issues of the comic.  Unless you want to drop over a grand for the first issue, also the first appearance of Michonne #19 go’s for 200 bucks or more.  Lucky as a zombie fan I grabbed 4 copies of number one when it first came out in October 2003!