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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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Firefly #3

Fans of space westerns rejoice! Firefly is back!

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Jim Henson’s Labrynth – Under The Spell #1

Labrynth Under The Spell #1 Cover

The Eternal Tournament

Written by S.M.Vidaurri

Penciled by Sarah Webb

Lettered by Jim Campbell

En Guard!

Written by Sina Grace

Pencilled by Boya Sun

Lettered by Jim Campbell

NO!

Written and Pencilled by Michael Dialynas

Lettered by Jim Campbell

Publisher : BOOM!

Back to the eighties when all genius fantasy movies were made! (Except for that other guy that also told stories involving goblins) BOOM! takes us back to the world of 1986 Labrynth. Goblin King’s world is spreading out before us, the readers, in this anthology of three prequel stories. The series will run for 12 issues. Unlike the cover, this book centers around the supporting cast.

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Sparrowhawk #1 of 5

Writer: Delilah S. Dawson

Artist: Matias Basla

Letterer: Jim Campbell

Publisher: Boom Studios

Synopsis:  England, 1851. As the  daughter of a Naval Captain, Artemesia should be able to boast a good life among a well-to-do family. Instead, her life has been one of sorrow and isolation since the day her father brought his illegitimate daughter home in a basket. All her life she has only wanted to be loved and wanted. Just as she is told she must marry to save a family who has never wanted her, she is suddenly pulled into another world where her whole life suddenly changes as she tries to save her own world.

Review:  Take a historical fiction setting, throw in a dash of fairy tale, and mix...

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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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