After the long wait, the physical release of the first issue of Doomsday Kingdom has finally came. Youtube personality and comic writer Ronny Haze has been working on this title along with artist James Milne for a few years now and their dream came to reality with this issue. Ronny Haze hosts a channel called Make A Path Presents where he covers The Walking Dead (the comic series and the TV adaptation), Fear The Walking Dead, Game Of Thrones and much more. There are not many Youtubers out there that hosts a channel and also creates a comic so you are getting a huge bag of content on his channel.
I have issue #1 of Doomsday Kingdom and here is my review on the first issue.
First i would like to say that the first 3 pages set the tone for how the rest of the issue will be. The first page, the main character has an arrow that is already pierced through his wrist taken out. But next, we get flashback scenes leading up to what happened on the first and last page and not too many comics begin their series with a flashback scene so i liked it. From there onwards, the main character travels with a prisoner and we get a story between those two along with what happened between those two and why the main character tied him to the feeding post for the zombies (which are named creeps in this comic) to devour him alive.
After that, the main character goes to a house that is trapped with a few zombies inside but it was a distraction as the other group attacked him with arrows. As the main character takes down the zombies, the enemies continue their assault and we finally know how he got the arrow on his wrist.
Another character wearing riot gear mixed with camouflage comes to the main character’s rescue as he killed the enemies that attacked him. At the end of the issue, the man who saved the main character asks him “The Rider. WHO ARE YOU?” as this ending left myself wanting to know more behind the character and the story.
Overall, i love this issue. This felt very different than the normal post-zombie outbreak world. Right from the beginning, we have been hinted that the world has been like this for many years and that the characters were very accustomed to everything that was going on. This issue is jam packed with action from start to finish and it has me excited for the next issue. I also did like how the suspense was built on how the first page happened as it did not felt forced or rushed at all. The Artwork is also great as the colors and shades and shadows blended very well in each page. I recommend for everyone to read this because it is a completely different take on the zombie genre. Doomsday Kingdom releases digitally first before the print version releases.
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Marvel Comics Legacy spoilers follow for Secret Empire Omega #1.
Secret Empire doesn’t appear to be over with Secret Empire Omega #1. The book ends with…
idolized figment of Kobik the sentient Cosmic Cube’s imagination Steve Rogers remaining Captain America while real yet corrupted Steve Rogers remains jailed as Hydra Supreme.
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Super7 will be exhibiting at Power-Con once again in Los Angeles! The big celebration of all things Masters of the Universe takes place next weekend (Saturday, September 9th and Sunday, September 10th). Of course, it wouldn’t be a MOTU party if Super7 didn’t bring MOTU exclusives to the show.
First up, created as Power-Con Exclusives, are the MOTU Classics 3-packs! Pack 1 features 8″ mini-comic variants of Stratos, Trap Jaw and Prince Adam while Pack 2 has 8″ figures of Terroar, Plasmar, and Lord Gr’asp. Both 3-packs were offered to Power-Con attendees to order as made-to-order / pre-order items. These figures are only available through Power-Con.
Next up we have the Power-Con exclusive Slime Green M.U.S.C.L.E. Trash Can! Each can contains all 12 figures from the second wave of the MOTU M.U.S.L.E. and comes with brand new artwork featuring everyone’s favorite magical jester covered in slime – Gross! This item will only be available at Power-Con.
And for the toy connoisseur with a refined palette, Super7 is bringing our trademark soft-vinyl figures from Japan. At Power-Con you will be able to tackle the 2-inch Clear Green Micro He-Man and Skeletor AND the eye-popping 5-inch Green Fiend Beastman and Purple Reign Skeletor vinyl figures! They are all the way from Japan, man.
With Force Friday only hours away these figures will sell out fast!
Gamestop Exclusive Black Series 6″ Snoke With Throne – $35
Amazon Exclusive Black Series 6″ Elite Praetorian Guard with both a sword and a ginormous heavy blade – $20
Barnes & Noble, Gamestop, and Disney Stores Black Series 6″ Guardians of Evil 4-Pack – $80
This evolution of the Royal Guard set featuryes the blue-clad Senate Guard from Episode 1, all the way up to another Last Jedi Praetorian, which will have a new helmet and two bladed weapons exclusive to this version of the character.
Walgreens Exclusive 6″ Black Series Episode V & VI Spirit Obi Wan – $20
Happy toy hunting and good luck!
We personally would love this Royal guard set.
All images are from Hasbro toys
Thanks to Chris Sunday for the images
Thank you so much, Blip Toys, for these fantastic review samples of some of the Beat Bugs line, available only at Target. We had a blast reviewing these and hope your children will enjoy playing with The Beatles music being brought to life by imaginative play through these toys.
Beat Bugs: Lucy the Dragonfly
Beat Bugs: Fab Figures
Beat Bugs: Musical Submarine
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