OPERATION OVERLORD #1

WRITTEN BY: MICHAEL LE GALLI

ART BY: DAVIDE FABBRI

COLORS: DOMENICO NEZITI

TRANSLATOR: IVANKA HAHNENBERGER

LETTERER: GEMMA SHELDRAKE

SYNOPSIS:  On the 5th of June 1944 thousands of men parachuted into Northern France to pave the way for OPERATION OVERLORD, the invasion of France by the Allied forces in the largest amphibian assault ever attempted. The first of four stories telling of the heroism of these men, this issue recounts the fight to take the town of SAINTE-MÉRE-ÉGLISE, a strategic staging point for the men soon to be landing at the section of the French Coast codenamed UTAH Beach.

STORY: I personally am not a huge fan of historical comics. But the way this book is written pulls you in with the character development and makes you want to follow the characters...

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Little Girl #4

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For your consideration. A comic book miniseries that presents you, the reader, with the atypical serial killer. A little girl, Hell bent on revenge. But not actually against anyone she kills. Let’s dive headlong… into the comic review of Little Girl.

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Geek Girl #2

Writer: Sam Johnson
Art: Carlos Granda
Color: Chunlin Zhao
Letters: Paul McLaren
Publisher: Markosia Enterprises

Geek Girl #2 finds Summer still fighting crime as Geek Girl, but she receives a call from the original Geek Girl Ruby who has just awoken from a coma. Meanwhile, The League of Larcenists are gathering near Maine and along with some hi-tech weaponry, they’re ready to make a name for themselves in the state of Maine.

Ruby informs Summer that she would like her superpower glasses back and the persona of Geek Girl back as well. She herself does not know if she wants to take up the reins of being a superhero again. Unfortunately, for Summer, she still feels like she has to fight crime. Without superpowers, that puts her in a tough spot.

This comic is on turning out to be a pretty go...

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Betty and Veronica #2

Story: Jamie Lee Rotante
Line Art: Sandra Lanz
Color: Kelly Fitzpatrick
Letters: Jack Morelli
Publisher: Archie Comics


Betty and Veronica have to meet their promises for their high school years. They plan to go to the same college and they would keep their promises until the end of the school year, not letting things get in their way.

In this particular comic, it seems Veronica has been sidelined by a job offer at a magazine, also Betty is in the midst of doing a lot of humanitarian work including building houses for the homeless. In the midst of that Betty is also trying to help Moose get his grades up so he can attend college. Veronica has also received another tempting offer from dad, Mr. Lodge...

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Fearscape #1

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A glimpse at the caption boxes and you know this is a story that is rich and clever. Illustration in the painted inks is artful. The land of fears vs one completely ineffective imposter becomes irresistible. Click to read about this comic you must buy.

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