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November 18, 2019

Posts by: DG Stewart

Three Panel Crimes (review)

Writer / Curator: Tony Fabro Published on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/threepanelcrimes/ 2017-present Recently we received this message by way of our Contact Us page https://www.worldcomicbookreview.com/contact-us/ : I write a webcomic called @threepanelcrimes on instagram. It’s a different crime story told each week in just three silent panels. We’ve been going for almost two years now and have just

Broke Down and Four Dead Bodies #1 (review)

Orange Cone Productions, February 2018 Writer: Travis Gibbs Artist: Felix Novara  Two bickering low-level criminals pushing a ruined, shot-up car along a desert road, with four corpses arranged in the back seat, sounds very much like the opening sequence of a Quentin Tarentino motion picture. And indeed, this story could be the origin tale of

Manifest Destiny Volume 6 (review): Fortis and Invisibilia

Image Comics, September 2019 Writer: Chris Dingless Artist: Matthew Roberts Unless the memory of it is shoved in our faces, we tend to forget the salve with civilisation offers. Civilisation, opportunity, health, and social mobility are part of a journey, and in the context of colonialism, invariably had a nasty beginning. This comic looks at

Saint Young Men – an overview

Creator: Hikaru Nakamura Kodansha, September 2006-present Your reviewer recently visited Canterbury Cathedral in Kent, in the south-east of the United Kingdom. Thousands of luminous stained glasses windows tell Biblical stories in sequential panels. A visit to the Chapel of St Eugene in the Cathedral’s ancient crypt is just as reminiscent of manga and other types

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