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Echolands: Book One is the Start of An Epic Story

Some stories start out gentle. They take you by the hand and slowly get you accustomed to the story, the world, and the characters, so that you’re comfortable diving in further. Echolands is not one of those stories. It immediately drops you into a sprawling world, in the middle of a chase scene, with only […]

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Above Snakes #1: The New Western You Need

Bang!

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Starhenge: Book One #1 and Artistic Ambitions

A sci-fi odyssey of Arthurian proportions.

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Ghostcage: Corporate Greed and Human Exploitation

Our future in the form of giant kaijus.

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Public Domain #1: The Trivializing of Comic Creators

Something that could only ever happen in fiction, of course!

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Bone Orchard: The Passageway Challenges the Reader

An intriguing and unique start.

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Grip of the Kombinat is an Amusing Anticapitalist Hellscape

Sci-Fi at its best: hating corporations.

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Cyberforce #1 30th Anniversary Edition: Is It Still Good?

You have to take a few things into context before reviewing an anniversary reprint comic like Cyberforce #1 30th Anniversary Edition. Thirty years ago, Image changed the face of comics, so it is only right they are taking the time to look back on the events of 1992; I wasn’t reading comics then. I missed […]

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Beware the Eye of Odin: Plenty of Gore, Little Consistency

Needs to improve.

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The Closet is a Haunting Drama that Subverts Tropes

Sometimes our monsters follow us whetever we go.