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June 1, 2020

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Zakudoh #1 (review)

Zakudoh #1 Self-published, 2017 Writer: Justin Phillips Writer Justin Phillips has created a comic called “Zakudoh”, a curious melange of horror and martial arts. In this story, Zakudoh Stoner is a boy who has fallen from great height, through a window, and landed on the road in front of a good Samaritan driving a truck.

Augmented #1 (review)

Augmented #1 (review) Tenacious Comics, 2016 Writer: Bill Stoddard Science fiction writer William Gibson’s most famous work, “Neuromancer” (1982, Doubleday Books) featured a character named Molly. Molly was an mercenary who had various technological implants – accelerated reflexes, night vision, and retractable razors built into her fingertips. In a sequel, “Mona Lisa Overdrive” (1988), Molly

Gods of Life Volume 1 (review)

Gods of Life Volume 1 (review) Shining Otaku Comics LLC, 2016 Writer: Ervin Johnson II Despite originating in Michigan, this 163 page epic comic book is decidedly very manga in style and themes. Hidden amidst the extended action scenes is an intriguing story of stealthy revolution and revenge. Emeni is a girl who has had

Gods and Monsters: Feng Shen Ji (review)

Feng Shen Ji Bookone Creative LTD, Aug 24, 2015 – Apr 11, 2016 Writer: Zheng Jian He A common thread running across different mythologies from different cultures, particularly those rooted in polytheism, is the concept of deities that are no less prone to corruption, indolence, and egotism as the mortals they seek to govern. The

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