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Monster Planet

Written by Joe Brusha
Artwork by Marcelo Mueller
Coloured by Maxflan Araujo
Lettered by Taylor Esposito
Edited by Kellee Supplee
Art Direction & Design by Christopher Cote
Published by Zenescope Entertainment

Mankind has all but been wiped out, decimated by a virus that turns us into primal beasts. Only a handful of humans are left struggling to survive in a hostile world. But scientists among them have discovered a way to cure the virus. To save us they must call on monsters of our nightmares—vampires, werewolves and worse—who hold the key to the cure. Now, one team is in a race against time to find the lord of the vampires and convince him to help save the thing he despises most…man.

Upon seeing the front cover of this first issue, immediately I was excited by what this story ...

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No One Left To Fight #1

No One Left To Fight #1

In the tradition of Dragonball.

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Elvira Mistress of the Dark Spring One-Shot

Story by Scott Bryan Wilson, Fernando Ruiz, and Dan Parent
Art by Fernando Ruiz and Dan Parent
Color by Valentina Pinto and Brittany Pezzillo
Letters by Taylor Esposito

Elvira is a unique “property” to work with. Because Elvia, the trademark, is synonymous with Elvia the character. Elvira, the character, is synonymous with Cassandra Peterson, the actress who created the persona as the host of Elvira’s Movie Macabre. In an era of recasts and reboots, there will never be another Elvira. She was the star, not Cassandra Peterson.

At the same time, Elvira has a long history in comics. But I’ve never had the chance to really read them until now. I opened this one-shot not being sure what to expect. I won’t lie when I say it took a bit to wrap my head around things...

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Zodiac #1

Zodiac Issue 1 Cover

Zodiac is Shadowhawk. Which is a Batman who kills. And I guess Merlin is a magic-oriented Alfred. Just forget the Zodiac name and the Merlin connection. I don’t get it. I expected more exposition. I didn’t get it, you didn’t get it. We aren’t loved.

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Grimm Universe Presents 2019

Grimm Universe Presents 2019 Cover

Could a modern anthology be worthy of a buy from me? Surely not! I mean I totally hate anthologies, right?

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