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  • REVIEW: G.I. JOE: COBRA #7
    As time went on I came to familiarize myself with the file cards (dossiers ofeach character that came on the back of action figure packaging) Larry Hama had created for all of the different characters. Croc Master’s struck me as weird and fascinating. I wanted to learn more about him. At that particular juncture he wasn’t getting much air time on the cartoon series. That era in the comics was focused on the events in Borovia and the battle for supremacy in the Cobra hierarchy. #comicreviews #comic #IDWPUBLISHING
  • REVIEW: STARGAZER #2
    All the while, still searching for her missing brother Kenny. I was intrigued with the story from the first book, and continue to be so, as it deals with suppressed memories and emotions and centers around a special needs individual, while at the same time hints at the possibility of extraterrestrial creatures, and or involvement. #comicreviews #comic #madcavestudios
  • REVIEW: FOREVER FORWARD #1
    When I saw this book on the shelves at my local comic book store the cover caught my eye. The rubble and the fire left me expecting a post-apocalyptic story. It was intriguing enough to make me want to add it to the stacks for the week.
  • Slasher Wannabe Meets Murder Mystery in “The Denim Devil” 
    The Denim Devil #1 will be available on October 5 in a limited edition physical run for purchase at thedenimdevil.com and across many digital platforms. The digital version is now available for pre-order on Amazon. . #comicnews #slasher #comic
  • REVIEW: Two Kings
    The comic is presented in a very strong, manga style. The protagonist and supporting characters are all distinct and well defined and it is clear from the outset what Iru’s goals are but also that he still has a long way to travel/ develop as he moves towards that goal. . #comicbookreview #manga #comics
  • REVIEW: Cover the Dead With Lime #1
    This cover jumped out at me as soon as I saw it. There’s always been something about plague doctor masks for me. They’re creepy, and foreboding while creating intrigue. That intrigue was more than enough to get me to buy this issue. . #comicreviews #comicbooks #smallpresscomics #indiecomixdispatch
  • The Gyro Universe is Back on Kickstarter with Nothing but Epicness!
    Epic SciFi-Fantasy. Worldbuilding with perspectives that create a refreshing Alien Invasion Thriller! 135 pages and counting. . #scifi #comicnews #comicbooks
  • 5 Fantasy Indie Comics to Read This Fall
    Rings of Power, House of the Dragon, The Sandman, and many other new shows show that, even though superhero movies may still reign at the box office, there is still an insatiable appetite for great fantasy stories! . #fantasycomics #fantasy #indiecomixdispatch #indiecomics
  • REVIEW: STORM GLIDER: BATTLES THE FIVE
    The story itself on a whole is good. But I find that it is not necessarily original. In the reading of the story I see alot of elements pulled from other genres, the open panel reminds me of Batman with the hold up of the couple. The character itself feels like he should be part of the x-men with a spiderman twist being that he is still in school, while also making me think of Silver Surfer, seeing that his transportation that is highlighted is a surfboard. #comicbookreview #comicbook
  • REVIEW: FIREFLY: 20TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
    Jorge Corona brings that magic back with the 20th Anniversary Special of “Firefly”. Jayne is still Jayne, leaving the crew wondering how much they truly need him. River continues to be eccentric. What pleased me most about this story was learning so much more about Shepherd Book’s past. The revelation we get is nothing short of inconceivable. #comicbookreview #comicbook #boomstudios
  • REVIEW: TWO KINGS
    The comic is presented in a very strong, manga style. The protagonist and supporting characters are all distinct and well defined and it is clear from the outset what Iru’s goals are but also that he still has a long way to travel/ develop as he moves towards that goal. #comicreview #comicbook
  • REVIEW: Jim Henson’s The Storyteller; Shapeshifters
    The story itself is a wonderful story that I think highlights a point that is being lost, time passes on but some traditions should never beforgotten. This is a wonderful story of true friendship and the love of dance. While nothing is specificly stated it also indicates that it has a native american base to it. While I see absolutely nothing wrong with that, I feel that the base of the story can be applied to many peoples and cultures. #COMICREVIEW #COMICBOOK #ARCHAIA

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