Articles by Colin Herzog

About Colin Herzog (15 Articles)
Born and bred in the Midwest, Colin has spent the past four years honing and exploring writing and reviewing at St. Norbert College, where he is set to graduate with an English and Communications with Media emphasis dual major. Beyond writing creative work for the student creative works magazine (of which he has been the head editor for three years) and reviews for the student newspaper, he works as a writing consultant for his campus writing center and has an online radio show called Culture Shock at 7 o'Clock with his roommate where they discuss and review movies, TV shows, comics and more. He loves comics, TV shows, movies, books, and music and hopes to one day work as a comic book editor--but anywhere where he can help quality stories be told will do.

Trigun Omnibus

February 22, 2015 // 0 Comments

"Overall, Trigun does struggle to hold up on its own, so if you pick it up, anticipate picking up Trigun Maximum as well. Its artwork, interesting genre blending, and main character make this series still worth buying, even if the omnibus is both bare-boned and a tad thick for its portable size, making it difficult to read. " [...]

All You Need Is Kill: 2-in-1 Edition

February 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

"There are very few nitpicks regarding Takeuchi and Obata’s All You Need Is Kill: with thought-provoking story, gorgeously detailed artwork, and solid character development, this is a Groundhog Day war story that belongs on any science fiction or action fan’s shelf." [...]

Superior Spider-Man Omnibus Vol. #1

December 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

"Slott’s Superior Spider-Man saga is worth every penny, as we get a complex, dynamic hero who, unlike Peter, is amazingly unpredictable and brings new life and super villain crime-fighting techniques to the role of Spider-Man." [...]

Neon Genesis Evangelion Omnibus 1

November 23, 2014 // 0 Comments

"Overall, with Sadamoto’s character focused and artistically talented hand, the Neon Genesis Evangelion manga is definitely worth your time, especially for a price that can't be ignored." [...]

Constantine, Volume 1: The Spark and the Flame

November 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

"[It's] pretty accessible and serves as a good enough introduction to the character, with some great artwork and memorable plot twists, though the plot holes and supporting cast need some work." [...]
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