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January 18, 2018

Science fiction

The Resurrected #1 (Review)

The Resurrected #1 Carnouche Productions, 2017 Writer:Christian Carnouche This is a science fiction story, with modern political undertones. In particular, The Resurrected touches upon many contemporary issues in indigenous Australian relations. These heated topics, historical in origin but echoing into present-day Australian society, include Aboriginal deaths in custody, 19th century genocide of Aborigines by European

Unfamiliar Skies #1-2 (Review)

Unfamiliar Skies #1-2 Sam Webster, 2016-2017 UK writer and artist Sam Webster has written a comic ideal for the pre-teen, animated Star Wars demographic. It features many of the indicia of Star Wars: interstellar spacecraft the size of cars, bug-eyed aliens (some friendly, some treacherous, some hustling for what they can get), a “void wyrm”

Our War #1-4 (review)

Our War #1-4 Credible Threat Press, 2017 Writer: Luke Henderson What if someone extrapolated the worst philosophies and beliefs of the far right US Tea Party movement to its more extreme and dystopian consequences? Credible Threat Press is a small creator-owned comic book publishing company located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The location of the publisher in

Grass Kings #1-7 (review)

Grass Kings #1-7 BOOM! Studios, September 2017 Writer: Matt Kindt In 2016, American radio network NPR ran a story on the rise of survivalist real estate in the Northern United States, homes that can allow owners to exist “off-the-grid” and beyond the conventional reach of society. The story cites many of these impulses as conspiratorial,

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