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Canopus #1 Advanced Comic Book Review

Canopus #1 Creator: Dave Chisolm Publisher: Scout Comics From Dave Chisolm, acclaimed jazz musician and creator of “Instrumental,” comes a new tale of memory, loss, space and some very strange Continue Reading

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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

Stoker and Wells: Order of the Golden Dawn

Stoker and Wells: Order of the Golden Dawn Writer: Steven Peros Art and cover: Barry Orkin Colours: Chris Summers and Studio Haus Letters: Marshall Dillon   Stoker and Wells is Continue Reading

Crow Song Comic Book Review

Crow Song Comic Book Review Writer: Tony Vanraes Artists: Theo Brenni, Bentti Bisson, Justin Mason, Chris Anderson, Anand Radhakrishnan, Michael Ra Letterer: Rob Jones Colourists: Dee Cunniffe, Darren Stephens As Continue Reading

Milky Issue 1 and 2 Comic Review

Milky Issue 1 and 2 Written and lettered by: Joshua Saxon Art by Giab Fernando Colours by DC Alonso Producers: Helke Jonkman, Matti Viren, Karim Imad Mounib, Paul McErlean, Shaheen 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

Sera and the Royal Stars Comic Book Review

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…

Test Issue 1 Comic Book Review

“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.