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Little Girl #4

Little GIrl 1 Cover

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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Fearscape #1

fearscape 1 cover

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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Venus Rises Series 2 #1

Conceived and Written by J.G. Birdsall
Illustrated by Thomas Garbarini

As I write this I’m in the middle of nowhere with no cell service or wifi. Normally when I review a comic book as clearly marked “Series 2” as this I would try to find out what “Series 1” was all about. That’s not an option, which gives me the opportunity to take this on its own without checking its history, or even the Kickstarter campaign that funded it.

The only history I did get was a “history so far” blurb and a two-page timeline of major historical events. With those included, I was able to at least epic together a bit of what I was walking into. Short version: government and corporations clash, corporations take control of the government...

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Dulce #2

Every conspiracy ever is real. These guys don’t want you to know that.

Marcus has been working at the secret underground base under Dulce, New Mexico for a short time now.  When he and investigative reporter Maria Garza are pulled into a whole new realm of existence within the base, it’s up to the two of them to figure out an escape.  The latest story blows the base wide open for the reader to explore, with an expanded cast, and a brand new menace!

If that doesn’t sound absolutely like something you need to read, I just don’t know what to say…No, wait. I do. Go check out the 6 page preview on the Kickstarter page and let it change your mind. This is one project that you really need to get your fingers and eyes on. Didn’t get issue #1? So? Get it now alongside issue #2!

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Newburry & Hobbes: The Undying #4

Newbury and Hobbes 4 cover

A Victorian duo takes to the streets of a Holmesian London to conform fantastic steampunk/diesel-punk mysteries—This is the world of the Newbury & Hobbes novels. Can George Mann write a comic in the tradition of Jago & Litefoot and pass muster? With the element of the science-fantastic added to the age, yes.

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