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Demi-God #1 and #2

Writer: Ron Marz

Artist: Andy Smith

Lettering: Steve Dutro

Publisher:  IDW Publishing

Synopsis:  What happens when a former wuss suddenly becomes transformed into a hero figure with Herculean kind of strength? Jason McAndros can tell you becoming a demi-god is definitely a boost to the old ego. How did it happen and what happens next as Jason deals with the Tirrus Corporation? These are a few of the answers you will find in Demi-God #1 and #2.

Review:   This comic is what comics should be. Amazing fun! After Jason’s change he doesn’t shy away from letting everyone, including the reader know how special he is, as he reminds you it’s all about him. This story made me laugh, while also having a moment of sadness...

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Dungeons and Dragons: Evil at Baldur’s Gate #1A

Written by: Jim Zub

Artwork by: Dean Kotz

Cover by: Max Dunbar

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Synopsis: The former heroes of Baldur’s Gate have returned from their adventures in Ravenloft and the frozen northern reaches of the Realms. As each hero must face their own trials, the Ranger Minsc attempts to reclaim his place as a hero even though the people have a new hero.

Review: While I expected fantasy, adventure, action, and an interesting story, I did not expect to laugh as much as I did. This is well written, funny, and left me ready to buy the next edition. The artwork is classic DnD with bold details and a busy (in a good way) background. There is nothing flat about any of it and I love that just as much as the storyline.
Minsc and his sidekick hamster are lovable and funny...

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Bram Stoker’s Dracula By Mike Mignola Returns To Print!

Beloved series is finally coming back in a gorgeous new edition from IDW

25 years ago one of comics’ most celebrated creators, Mike Mignola, adapted to comics, along with Roy Thomas, the star-studded Columbia Pictures (Sony Pictures Entertainment) film by Francis Ford Coppola, Dracula, based on the world-renowned novel by Bram Stoker. Now at last fans of this lost treasure will have a chance to relive the terror, or discover it for the first time, as IDW is bringing the complete story back to print!

“I cannot tell you what a relief it is to have this book back in print,” said artist Mike Mignola. “People have been asking about this one for ages—More than any other book of mine—and I honestly didn’t think it was ever going to be possible to see an edition, but here it is...

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Spooky The Strange Tales Review

Created: Carine-M & Elian Black’mon

English translation & Adaptation:

Ivanka Hahnenberger & Donald Kersey

Lettered: Carine-M & Elian Black’mon

Published: IDW Publishing

This is the diary of Spooky, princess to Fairyland. She lives the life a princess in London; helping her parents rule the fairy kingdom, but she is bored. On to the scene her uncles The Three Little Pigs (not little, though.) They have a new boutique hotel that they invite Spooky to help them with running. By way of a teleporting telephone booth, all creatures of fairyland find the way to the pigs’ hotel. As business picks up and guests arrive, they serve their customers look for a little snack before dinner. Service includes muffins and toast with jam, but with the toast unionized, jam is scarce...

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