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February 19, 2020


Project Nemesis #1-6 (review)

Project Nemesis #1-6 (review) (American Gothic Press, October 2015 – June 2016) Writer: Jeremy Robinson American Gothic Press’ “Project Nemesis” is a comic book adaptation of the same-titled novel. “Project Nemesis” starts with two plot springboards: a. the murder of a young Japanese girl named Maigo; and b. the discovery of what seems like the

Marvel Vehicles: Owner’s Workshop Manual (review)

Marvel Vehicles Owner’s Workshop Manual (review) (Haynes Publishing, 2014) Writer: Alex Irvine Haynes manuals are well-known to car and motorcycle enthusiasts as an eminent resource for the maintenance and repair of certain types of vehicles. The series of manuals covers approximately 300 cars and 150 motorcycles. Occasionally however Haynes branches out into areas outside of

Our Top Ten Favourite Comic Book Infographics in 2016

Infographics are a visually engaging, sometimes clever, and usually innovative way of projecting information. There have been some excellent infographics published in respect of comic books (and related media) recently. Here are our top ten, in reverse order. (Where we have been able to credit the creators, we have done so.) The only shame of

The Merry-Go-Round Goes Boom!

The Unhappy Fates of Satellite Headquarters Review by DG Stewart, 15 April 2016 Orbital bases for superheroes in comic books have three principal attractions: a. the visual impact, which comic books do so well, of a machine perched above the world; b. the message to readers of the protoganist’s technological might; and c. the temptation

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