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Clearly some thought went into this story. It has a solid foundation. How the characters transition...
ICD Awards!December 30, 2022
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Tara is a relatable character. She has goals and aspirations. Doubts are keeping her in check....
REVIEW: QUICK STOPS #3December 29, 2022
I liked getting more depth about Elias’s character. In the movie we got hints of what...
REVIEW: RED XMASDecember 29, 2022
I doubt I can say enough good things about the artwork for Red Xmas. Between Ramacci’s...
REVIEW: DEAD SEASDecember 24, 2022
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REVIEW: TMNT: The Armageddon Game #1December 24, 2022
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REVIEW: Captain Underpants: Xtreme Xploits of the Xplosive XmasDecember 24, 2022
3.35/5.0 Stars Rating if the Book Were a Movie: PG Creative Team: Ratings: About the Book: George...
REVIEW: Sacrament #2December 22, 2022
Father Vass’s first exorcism went horribly wrong. It shook his faith to the point that 15...
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REVIEW: Flesh Eating Cheerleaders: Holiday Special(3.4)December 19, 2022
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REVIEW: Transformers: Shattered Glass II #2(3.5)December 16, 2022
While it isn’t my favorite “Transformers” cover ever, this one is certainly up there. Mr. Khanna’s...
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As such is the case in this story. While this is the first book in the...
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Fortunately for everyone that is a fan of the franchise, Mr. Smith and company are giver...
JUNCTION JONES AND THE CORDUROY CONSPIRACYDecember 12, 2022
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REVIEW: I Hate Fairyland, Vol. 2 #1December 11, 2022
The artwork on the interior pages helps complete the ambience. It’s fun and whimsical, helping the...
REVIEW: Flesh Eating Cheerleaders From Outer Space #1December 10, 2022
“Flesh Eating Cheerleaders From Outer Space” made it onto my radar some time ago when there...
Preview of each TALES FROM NOTTINGHAM story!December 10, 2022
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I’m loving how the covers for this series continue to be relevant to the story. I...
REVIEW: MISS MEOW #1(3.3)December 8, 2022
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Top 10 Indie Superhero TeamsMay 10, 2021
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Publisher Round-Up: Pitching De-MystifiedJune 22, 2022
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QUICK STOPS AND MASKERADE EXCLUSIVE VARIANT COVERSSeptember 12, 2022
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REVIEW: Marjorie Finnegan: Temporal Criminal #8August 4, 2022
From start to finish the artwork on the interior pages is the perfect compliment to the...
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INTERVIEW: Danny QuickJuly 9, 2021
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