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May 7, 2021

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Death Kanji (review)

Writer: Jordan Patrick Finn Artist: Greg Woronchak Independently published, 2020 Death Kanji is an excellent independent publication written Jordan Patrick Finn by with art by Greg Woronchak. Here is their Kickstarter pitch: With its roots in the short stories of HP Lovecraft and the films of Akira Kurosawa, Death Kanji tells the story of a samurai’s struggle to

Scouts’ Honor #1-4 (review)

Writer: David Pepose Artist: Lua Casalanguida Aftershock Comics, 2021 Those readers who are preppers or lurk on the sub-Reddit r/bugout will be attracted to the premise of this title. Scout’s Honor is a limited issue comic is set in a North America ravaged by civilisational collapse. Even nine thousand, five hundred and sixty-two days since

.357 Magnum Opus (review)

Writer: Ghezal Omar Artist: Mingchen Shen Artillery Network, 2019 The comic draws upon the adult, sexualised themes and tight, compelling characterisation of 100 Bullets, even down to the title, which sounds like one of writer Brian Azzarello’s word plays. The story begins with Rhett, a minor player. Rhett is a broker for bounty hunters like

Coddlesworth’s Clockwork Circus #1 (review)

Writer: Danny Oliver Artist: Slobodan Jovanovich Rem Alternis Productions, 2021 Fantasy epics are not known to intersect with steampunk. But that is precisely what the creative team of Coddlesworth’s Clockwork Circus set out to achieve. Here is the pitch from the Kickstarter page https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/clockworkcircus/coddlesworths-clockwork-circus-a-steampunk-adventure: When the Tempest—an impenetrable storm spawned by the Great Cataclysm more

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