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October 14, 2019

Posts by: DG Stewart

Powers of X #1-3 and House of X -#1-4 (review) – a tale of civilisational evolution

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Pepe Larraz  Graphic Designer: Tom Muller Marvel Comics, August 2019-September 2019 Most of the Internet comic book community appears to be calling these titles HoX/PoX, because the two comic book series are meant to be read intertwined. We adopt the same nomenclature. HoX/PoX is a limited series published by American comic

The Love She Offered #1-3 (review)

Comics Experience / Source Point Press 2019 Writer: Glenn Møane Artist: Tirso Llanetta (Online review copy) Martin Amis’ novel London Fields has a pastoral title, but is concerned with murder, theft, betrayal and other dirty deeds in 1980s London. Do not similarly be fooled by the romance-themed title and cover art of The Love She

Scissorwalk (review)

Creator: Dr Machina Independently published, July 2019 This is not our first encounter with the strangeness of Dr Machina. In March 2018 we reviewed Single Cell, the good Doctor’s first foray – https://www.worldcomicbookreview.com/2018/03/23/single-cell-review/ . The introduction to this new collection, Scissorwalk, sums up the process: What Dr. Machina has done in the pages of the book you

Elk Mountain #1 (review)

Writer:Jordan Clark Artist: Vince Underwood The genre of the American superhero, perhaps, has its roots in repulsion. In the 1930s the United States was facing an ideological threat. On 20 February 1939, Madison Square Garden in New York played host to an assembly of twenty thousand Nazi sympathisers, who openly supported Adolf Hitler and the

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