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Stargazer Issue 1

Stargazer Issue 1 Advanced Review  Written By: Anthony Cleveland Art By: Antonio Fuso Colours By: Stefano Simeone Letters By: Justin Birch Edits By: Chris Fernandez and Brian Hawkins Publisher: Mad Continue Reading

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She Said Destroy Issue 2, Comic review

The bold colours and striking designs make the pages particularly distinctive, She Said Destroy is a brilliant blend of fantasy and science fiction.

Going to the Chapel: Comic Book Review

Going to the Chapel: Comic Book Review Writer: David Pepoes Art: Gavin Guidry Colours: Liz Kramer Letters: Ariana Maher, Colin Bell Variant Covers: Lisa Sterle, Maan House, Gavin Guidry, Sweeny Continue Reading

The Rose Society – Comic Book Review

The Rose Society – Comic Book Review Writer: Eddie Klinker Art: Daimon Hampton Colours & Letters: Jimmy Greenhalgh More information on the KickStarter available on The Rose Society Twitter page.   Continue Reading

Broken Bear Comic Book Review- “Emotive, Action Packed and Full of Heart”

Broken Bear Written: Frankee White  Art: Adam Markiewicz Colours: AHG Logo and Design: Dc Hopkins Edits: Andrea Lorenzo Molinari Cover: Adam Markiewicz with colour assists by Melanie Darling Publisher: Caliber Comics Continue Reading

Comic Book Review: The Plot

Comic Book Review: The Plot Writers: Tim Daniel, Michael Moreci Illustrator & Co-creator: Joshua Hixon Colourist: Jordan Boyd Letterer: Jim Campbell   The Plot is one of my most anticipated Continue Reading

The Valkyries Podcast Episode 4: Interview with Carlos Giffoni and Strayed

Strayed Issue 1- What’s new space cat? Writer: Carlos Giffoni Art and Colours- Juan Doe Letters- Matt Krotzer Publisher- Dark Horse Comics Get back HonkyCat Right from the first page, Continue Reading

Lost Time Issues 1-3 Comic Book Review

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…