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House Amok #1

Writer: Christopher Sebela

Artist: Shawn McManus

Letterer: Aditya Bidikar

Publisher: Idea and Designs Works

Synopsis: 10 year old Dylan Sandifer is a fraternal twin with a close knit family. They enjoy spending time together, playing games, and going on road trips. Christopher Sebela sums it up by stating, “The Sandifers are experiencing a mental condition known as folie a deux, a shared madness that will drive them to kidnap and torture strangers, burn down secret safe houses, and do whatever it takes to stay alive.”

Only Dylan has snapped out of the delusion. She reflects on the horror of what her family has become. Now, she needs to make a decision.

Review: The artwork in House Amuck is blocky, somewhat two dimensional, and has an old school style...

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Peanuts Volume Ten

Peanuts Volume Ten

 

Writer:          Charles M. Schulz, Jason Cooper, Donna Almendrala

Artist:            Charles M. Schulz, Donna Almendrala, Vicki Scott, Scott Jerralds

Colors:           Justin Thompson, Katherine Efird, Nina Taylor Kester, Dennis St. John

Letters:          Charles M. Schulz, Katherine Efird, Dennis St. John, Donna Almendrala

Publisher:     Boom! Studios

 

If you do not know who the Charles M. Schulz and the Peanuts Gang are, well I feel a little bad for you. Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the characters in the Peanuts were a mainstay of children’s entertainment long before the coming of Sesame Street, Sponge Bob Square Pants, Barney, or Dora the Explorer were even a thought in their creators’ unconscious minds...

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Revenge of Wonderland #2

Revenge of Wonderland #2

Writer: Raven Gregory
Artist: Allan Otero
Colors: Grostieta
Letters: Taylor Esposito
Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment

Alice. The Alice. The one who slipped down the rabbit hole and discovered an amazing and dangerous world called Wonderland? Yeah, she had a daughter who made the same trip and barely escaped from that twisted world. Callie is her name, and she is happy leaving that place far behind her. Her daughter, Violet, on the other hand, is sure that Wonderland exists even if her mom tells her otherwise. When she starts to investigate strange reports in the news she finds it: proof that Wonderland is real and that it is stealing children once more.

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Little Girl #1

Little Girl #1

Writer: Pat Shand
Artist: Olivia Pelaez
Colors: Fran Gamboa with J. C. Ruiz
Letters & Design: Jim Campbell
Publisher: Devil’s Due Comics

Home alone. Are you really? Is there something lurking in the dark, hiding just out of sight, waiting for you to fall asleep?

Sarah is home alone. It is just her and the stuffed Penguin Damen snuck into the house as an apology. So what woke her up in the middle of the night? Who spoke to her from the other room? What happened to Al?

Little Girl is the beginnings of a good old-fashioned ghost story. The stage is set and questions are raised, so when the issue ends the reader is hooked and curious as to who this murderous little ghost is and why does she not rest easy?

Pat Shand, the story’s writer, weaves an interesting tail of sex and be...

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NINJA-K #10

NINJA-K #10

A BLOCKBUSTER NEW JUMPING-ON POINT! In Margaret Thatcher’s Britain, meet the future of espionage: the hard-hitting, brutalizing super-spy codenamed NINJA-H!

From the encrypted files of The Ninja Programme, another secret chapter revealed! The Cold War is in full swing and the United Kingdom’s top-secret intelligence unit has come to a crossroads. As their once-elite collection of secret agents finds itself outmatched by the escalation of the United States’ H.A.R.D. Corps division, the spymasters of MI6 are about to develop a new kind of soldier for their never-ending war of global gamesmanship and international intrigue...

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