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July 11, 2020

Fantasy

Blackbird Volume 1 (review)

Blackbird Volume 1Writer: Sam HumphriesArtist: Jen BartelImage Comics, 2019Purchased: Quality Comics, Perth Alan Moore’s body of work casts a long shadow. Written for the America’s Best Comics imprint of US publisher DC Comics from 1999 to 2005, Promethea explores a hidden world of magic and symbolism. The protagonist is a goofy school girl named Sophie Bangs who

Wolverton #2 (Review)

Wolverton #2 Writers: Michael Stark and Terrell T. Garrett Burnt Biscuit Books, Fall 2019 We have previously reviewed the first issue of Wolverton, an 1930s pulp adventure comic with shades of dark fantasy by writers Michael Stark and Terrell T. Garrett. That first issue focused on crime as a source of entertainment and distraction to

Kill Six Billion Demons (Volume 1) (Review)

Kill Six Billion Demons (Volume 1)Image Comics, March 2016. Purchased: Comiczone, Perth, AustraliaWriter and artist: Abaddon (Tom Parkinson-Morgan) Allison: “God is… dead? So who’s… like, in charge?Aeon: “What happens to a man’s house when he dies? The cats, the rats, and the cockroaches take over.” (This review deals only with Volume 1. Our review of

Beastlands #1 (review)

Beastlands #1Infinity Studios / Scout Comics, March 2019Writer: Curtis Clow Picture this: a young boy with an ever-loyal exotic animal companion which will protect him from harm, and will follow him to the ends of the earth. It is a very old fantasy – the faithful beast, powerful, dangerous, and adoring, no doubt rooted in

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