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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Astropunk #1

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo of the Week: These Damn Kids

In a small town in Vicksburg, Mississippi the children have been acting strange. There have been reports of parents being attacked by the very children they raised. Some have even gone to school to try and kill the teachers and faculty. The town sheriff has brought in a young rookie cop, Gary Marshall, to help with what’s going on and hopefully get to the bottom of why it’s happening.

Want to learn more? Head on over to Kickstarter to find out!

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Usagi Yojimbo #4-5

Written by Stan Sakai

Art by Stan Sakai

Colors by Tom Luth

Miyamoto Usagi continues to settle into his new, more colourful, home at IDW with a comparatively short two-part story. The Hero begins with an armour-clad Usagi in a pitched battle against a horde of Shibito Zombies. No sooner does the samurai leader of the undead army attack Usagi when the scene abruptly shifts to a closing book and we realize it was just a story.

Usagi, it seems, met the author while travelling and stopped to read a few pages. The author in question was Lady Mura, whose husband is a high ranking member of their lord’s court. However, during the time of Shogun’s Peace, her husband has little opportunity to gain the accolades he desires...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Stormie

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo of the Week: Word Smith Vol 1 & 2

Word Smith is a steampunk fantasy adventure where words come to life. A skilled artisan can craft words to evoke feelings and emotions from its recipients. Although not all words mean the same thing to everyone!

Victoria is the best word smith in the city, however a challenger from the Eastern Nations might steal Victoria’s title! There’s adventure, excitement and of course, lots of words.

Word Smith Volume 2 will be a 60 page (Final page count to be confirmedfull coloured, perfect bound graphic novel. It will be 260mm x 170mm (10.2″ x 6.7″) in size and printed on 150gsm internal pages with a 250gsm cardstock cover with cello glazing. (For those unfamiliar with paper gsm, I’m a little bit of a paper snob and this is high quality paper! )

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