Strange Magic: A Stranger Things Love Letter I am really bad at watching TV shows, apparently. I started watching Stranger Things when it first came out and after fifteen minutes Continue Reading
The Plague and Dr Caim Graphic Novel Review Creator: G. E. Gallas The Plague and Dr Caim is being crowdfunded through Unbound – you can find the details here. Doctor, Continue Reading
Captain Gaia takes us on a whistle-stop tour of an eco-terrorism incident between Russia and the USA. “Code Blue”, a group of radical activists have been captured at the behest of the Russians (it’s Putin, but not as you know him). As a result, the world must look to Team Gaia to save them…again.
Lost Time is a series of one-shot, self-contained stories within in beautiful, stained glass covers. Each issue takes the painful truths of loss, love, and separation and renders them far more softly and sweetly than real life ever cared to. Within issues 1-3 we are taken through three entirely different worlds, and on three different journeys. That isn’t to say, however, that these stories have no common denominator…
Sera and the Royal Stars tells the tale of Sera, daughter of the king of Parsa, and her quest to free the Royal Stars – celestial deities that watch over the cosmos. We follow Sera throughout her world and then beyond in her mission, but it soon becomes clear that we are not the only ones hot on her trail…
“Orphan. Human Guinea Pig. Bodyhacker. Future Addict. Corporate Asset.” We don’t head into the arid deserts of Iowa or Nebraska with much information about Test, just that we are not where, or when, we think we are.
To say that I was eagerly anticipating Resonant is an understatement. My breath was past baited and I had chomped all the way through the bit. In a wholly
She Said Destroy, set in the celestial word of deities and fey, tells us the tale of Brigid, Goddess of the Sun, who over time has done whatever it takes to ensure that she is the one and only to be worshipped by the entire cosmos (spoiler alert: I am in love with her). Well, the entire cosmos, that is, apart from the Witches of Fey.