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December 9, 2019

Science fiction

The Resurrected #5 (Review)

The Resurrected #5Carnouche Productions, March 2019Writer: Christian Carnouche We have been following Australian writer Christian Carnouche’s independently-published title The Resurrected for some time, and with this fifth issue the title reaches a conclusion. For a summary of the plot and the issues of treatment of Australian Aboriginal people which the title addresses, please follow this link. As

Ax Man #1 (review)

Ax Man #1March 2019Writer: Ryan Little While we frequently explore horror titles, World Comic Book Review does not write about zombie-led plots very often. The success of Image Comics’ The Walking Dead in the early 2000s spawned an enormous zombie horror sub-genre, much of which we think is a waste of time (including, perhaps controversially, Marvel Zombies).  And

Alien3 #3 (review)

Alien3 #3Dark Horse Comics, January 2019Writer: William Gibson You would be forgiven for thinking that this is Alien week for us. But this second review this week does not follow the long roll-out of Brian Wood’s epic Aliens story published by Dark Horse Comics. It instead contemplates a story which was a breath away from being a motion picture,

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