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Mazebook #1 (Review)

Mazebook #1 (Review)

MAZEBOOK #1 A lonely building inspector still grieving the loss of his puzzle-loving daughter receives a mysterious phone call one night from a girl claiming it's her and that she's trapped in the middle of a labyrinth. Convinced that this child is contacting him from...

Blue & Gold #2 (REVIEW)

Blue & Gold #2 (REVIEW)

Blue & Gold #2 After a strong start to the new Blue Beetle and Booster Gold eight-issue series, Blue & Gold #2 was a bit of a letdown. The series’ first issue had a lot going on, but it was a success because of the humor. That’s what we expect from a Booster...

THE ME YOU LOVE IN THE DARK # 2 (REVIEW)

THE ME YOU LOVE IN THE DARK # 2 (REVIEW)

The ME YOU LOVE in the DARK # 2 The second issue of Skottie Young's gothic horror story The Me You Love in the Dark is almost as bare as the house the main character has chosen to rent. And yet it is the minimalistic essence that makes it all the more intriguing. This...

LAST FLIGHT OUT # 1 (REVIEW)

LAST FLIGHT OUT # 1 (REVIEW)

Last Flight Out # 1 When you get right down to it most people would agree we are all trying to do the best we can here on Earth. We want to make the most of time we are given. But what do you do when you realize that window is closing fast and you were so focused on...

Ordinary Gods #3

Ordinary Gods #3

Ordinary Gods #3 Ordinary Gods #3 seemed a little slow out the gates at first — assuming you got a little confused with some of the names being thrown around at first, like me. Once I realized what the first few pages were setting up, my jaw dropped. Image...

PRIMORDIAL #1 (REVIEW)

PRIMORDIAL #1 (REVIEW)

Primordial #1 There’s no question when Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino team up on a book, you read it. With vibes of “Department of Truth,” Primordial #1 delivers a chilling look back at the space race, but with an ominous twist. Lemire, as always, is a master at...

SWEET PAPRIKA # 2 (REVIEW)

SWEET PAPRIKA # 2 (REVIEW)

Sweet Paprika # 2 : With Your Head Held High! Sampling this second issue of Sweet Paprika is similar to any excellent dish. There are hints and nods of the first flavors you enjoyed but, you also notice new sensations that catch you off guard. There are a lot of new...

Telepaths #1 (REVIEW)

Telepaths #1 (REVIEW)

Telepaths #1 I instantly got Resistance vibes when I started reading Telepaths #1. But things are a little different in J. Michael Straczynski’s newest AWA series. The biggest similarity is he’s building a new world where regular, everyday people are experiencing...

Undiscovered Country #15 (REVIEW)

Undiscovered Country #15 (REVIEW)

Undiscovered Country #15 The flashbacks throughout Undiscovered Country have definitely added layers to the cast. But, those generally haven’t been the story’s strong suit. That said, the chapter in Ace’s backstory we get in Undiscovered Country #15 was my favorite to...

Wonder Girl #3 (REVIEW)

Wonder Girl #3 (REVIEW)

Wonder Girl #3 Above all else, Joelle Jones’ art shined through Wonder Girl’s first two issues. Wonder Girl #3 was no exception, either. Yara Flor has a fierceness to her, yet there’s also a goofy side to her. Jones puts juxtapose those to sides at a moment where they...

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