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June 18, 2019

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Hardbody #1 (review)

Hardbody #1Writer: Fred Schwartz  Writer Fred Schwarz and his team take a long, wry look at gym culture in this new independent title, Hardbody.  Borrowing heavily from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (1818), Mr Schwartz wonders what are the aesthetic limits to physical perfection, and to what extent a person is willing to cheat. Mr Schwartz has a very useful

Beastlands #1 (review)

Beastlands #1Infinity Studios / Scout Comics, March 2019Writer: Curtis Clow Picture this: a young boy with an ever-loyal exotic animal companion which will protect him from harm, and will follow him to the ends of the earth. It is a very old fantasy – the faithful beast, powerful, dangerous, and adoring, no doubt rooted in

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

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