Writer: Olivia Stephens Penciler/Inker: Diansakhu Banton-Perry Colourist: Bex Glendining Letterer: Joamette Gil Cover Artist: Odera Igbokwe Cover Artist: Odera Igbokwe Plot: Under the militant rule of The Tiger’s People, empowered by their animal familiars, the Claw is on the brink of war. At the precipice of adulthood, twin princesses Kelindi and Aridani hold the future of... Continue Reading →
The Last Session Volume 1: Roll for Initiative
Author: Jasmine Walls Artist: Dozerdraws Letterer: Micah Myers Editor: Michael Moccio Cover for The Last Session Volume 1: Roll for Initiative Plot: When I group of outcasts meet up at an after school club that doesn't go to plan, they form a strong friendship within the game of D&D, Dice and Deathtraps. However, the pressure... Continue Reading →
Potions Inc. #1
The call of adventure always seems to hang up whenever Randelgast Jones tries to answer it, leaving him facing the dull future of working in his family’s successful potion shop.
In the company of unlikely allies, The Sheriff makes his way to Rome on a ship. Whilst out at sea, he and Robin Hood have a discussion about their aligning goals and what that means for their current relationship, or rather, acquaintanceship.
Nottingham is an intricate story with a lot of depth to it. It may appear to be just another Robin Hood story but there's definitely something truly spectacular unfolding throughout each issue and I cannot wait to see where the story goes. Secrecy, betrayal, and blood, all combined to make a Robin Hood story unlike any other!
Nottingham Vol.1: Death and Taxes – TPB
I was late to the party with this one, but my gosh what a party it is. This has got to be one of the best re-imaginings of a story that I have read. Just when you think you've seen all you can see from a Robin Hood story, the team over at Mad Cave comes along and delivers this incredibly well-designed, action-packed adventure that really makes you question who the hero of the story really is.
Real Hero Shit
Unapologetically awesome, holds nothing back, and the adult content takes nothing away from the pacing, or story, if anything, it simply adds to the overall enjoyable experience. It reminds me of the Dragon Age video game series, so if you're a fan of those, and games like them, then this is a book for you!
Script and Letters by: John Layman Art and Main Covers by: Nick Bradshaw Colours by: Len O'Grady Alternative Covers by: Arthur Adams (#1), J. Scott Campbell with colours by Sabine Rich (#2), Mark Schultz (#3) Editor: Scott Dunbier Published by: IDW Publishing Collects: Bermuda Issues #1 - #4 + Cover by Nick Bradshaw Plot: Robert... Continue Reading →
Agents of S.L.A.M.
SLAM Wrestling is the greatest sport in the world, and twelve-year-old Katie Jones is the world's biggest wrestling fan and a prolific vlogger with millions of followers. After wrestling manager, Mr. Johnson becomes President of the United States, Katie is invited to the White House to meet her wrestling idols, such as the famous wrestling legend, Bruno Bravado.
Big Alien Moon Crush
Baltazar's signature style is perfect for any children's books as you may have seen before in his previous work with DC comics kids, such as the Tiny Titans series of comics, and Superman of Smallville. His colours are always bright and this book is no exception!