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May 6, 2021

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Rocket Girl Volumes 1 and 2 (review) – A world’s fate rests on you

Writer: Brandon Montclare Art: Amy Reeder Image Comics, 2014 and 2017 RHYMES AND REASONS FOR ROMANCE PERSIST. Placing a young teen girl in a skin-tight flightsuit would not usually appeal to me, due to the improbability, feels cooked-up for a market demographic, which appears to be exactly how the time traveler police girl from the

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

We Said Goodbye to Gravity (review)

The copyright notice to this comic is unique. It reads, “Copyright (C) 2020 Chris Baldie. All rights reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of me, Chris Baldie, the all-powerful Creator, except for the use of brief quotations in a

G’lurk & Bo #1 v. Aliens: Dead Orbit (a comparative review)

G’Lurk & Bo Meet an Angel of Death #1 – Writer: Taylor King; Artist: Tom Hoskisson. BG Comics, 2020. Aliens: Dead Orbit – Writer and Artist: James Stokoe. Dark Horse Comics, 2018 This is about as diverse as we get in our comparative reviews – a horror comic measured against a wacky comedy, both set

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