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Infinite Dark #5

Infinite dark 5 cover

We finally get to rejoin Deva in the weeks after the end of the universe! How did they survive? Did they really continue living? Is the Entity dead? If the universe has ended, where is everyone now?

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FairLady #1

Detectives in a sci-fantasy world encounter aliens, robot Jaegers, and wizards! You’ve played this scenario on RPG night!

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LITTLE BIRD #1

WRITTEN BY: DARCY VAN POELGEEST

ART BY: IAN BERTRAM

COLORS BY: MATT HOLLINGSWORTH

LETTERS BY: ADITYA BIDIKAR

SYNOPSIS: LITTLE BIRD follows a young resistance fighter who battles against an oppressive American Empire and searches for her own identity in a world on fire. – COMIXOLOGY

STORY: This may be one of the best books I’ve read in a while. The story is written well and follows a young Canadian resistance fighter. Whom goes on a journey to find another character called the ax. The amount of easy to digest world building in this first issue is quite impressive. You are basically thrown in the middle of a war and it’s not confusing at all as to what is happening...

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VINDICATION #1

Written by MD Marie

Pencils by Carlos Miko

Inks by Dema Jr.

Colours by Thiago Goncalves

Letters by Troy Peteri

THE DEAL: On the day Turn Washington is released from prison after a wrongful conviction is overturned, one of his former jurors winds up dead – and it’s exactly what Detective Christopher was hoping for. Which one is the cat and which the mouse, however, is still up for debate.

THE GOOD: Art and colours are wonderful in this day-in-a-life mystery; it reminds me of Sean Philips’ work on Ed Brubaker’s various series, particularly Fatale and Kill Or Be Killed, with its dialogue close-ups and emphasis on the flow of action. The dialogue is crisp, and each character has a voice of their own right from page one, suggesting a strong vision of where things are headed...

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OLIVER #1

Written by Gary Whita

Art by Darick Robertson

Colouring by Diego Rodriguez

Lettering by Simon Bowland

THE DEAL: An orphan raised by clone soldiers on the outskirts of a nuclear wasteland deals with the trials of adolescence … and Armageddon. If Dickens had lived to see the atomic age, this is the story he would have written.

THE GOOD: One word: wow. I’m enthralled by this concept. The art captures the desolation of a post-nuclear apocalypse with the same aesthetic that I saw in my mind as I read Oliver Twist back in the day. It struck me as I flipped through the pages how alike the two worlds really are: the desperation and fear, the loss of identity, the despondence, the sheer grit required to make it through another day of hell – it’s all there...

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