World Comic Book Review

A Deep Six’d Publication

25th November 2022

Wren #1-3 (review)

A story both timely and timeless. Creator: Peter Taylor Independent, 2021-2022 Every once in awhile, the timing of a story’s release can be just as important as it’s contents. Such is the case with Wren by Peter Taylor. Here is the promotional copy from the Kickstart website: Wren is a thrilling historical fantasy story that’s … Read more

Lady Mechanika: The Tablet of Destinies (revisited)— “Ripened to a once-in-a-lifetime flavor”

Story: M.M. Chen Artists: Joe Benitez, Martin Montiel, Mike Garcia Benitez Benitez Productions; 1st edition (January 1, 2015) IMPERISHABLE PLEASURES I sometimes save for later as a refuge, to preserve somewhere beautiful to go. Some books I can’t help it, I leave partly unread to wait for me there like a ripening fruit, making me … Read more

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (review)

Writer: John Reppion Artist: Mark Penman Independently published, 2021 Aficionadoes of medieval English will enjoy this new interpretation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, a tale written in around 1350AD and forming part of the canon of the tales of Camelot. Appropriately, it is put together by two Englishmen, John Reppion and Mark Penman. … Read more

A Walk Through Hell (review)

Early on, during the point where The Pandemic was still just “That thing that’s like the flu, but a little worse” in the minds of most U.S. Americans, a book written by Garth Ennis with art by Goran Sudzuka, was quietly released in a market glutted with many works and a lot of horror competing for the eyeballs and off hours of readers across the world.