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DRAGONSBLOOD #1

WRITTEN BY: NICK BERMEL

ART BY: JASON MUHR

COLORS BY: MAXFLAN ARAUJO & GROSTIETA

LETTERS BY: KURT HATHAWAY

SYNOPSIS: Many generations ago, the Völsung clan was tasked with slaying the dragon, Fafnir. Sigurd, the last of his clan, must now take up the fight against his family’s ancient and terrible foe. – COMIXOLOGY

STORY: So the story is well written, you really get the sense that this dragon has laid waste to all of the main characters family members. And the main character is out for revenge. The story flows well and the few flashbacks really build the story of this dragons reign of terror.

ART: The artwork is top notch. The designs are great and the colors are vibrant and really convey this world.

4 out of 5 stars

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Geek-o-Rama received a co...

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Gretel #1

Gretel 1 cover

Previously, I was critical that Grimm Universe Presents did a horrible job hammering us with Gretel but no introduction. This comic book is that introduction.

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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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Grimm Tales of Terror – Vol 4 Issue 1

ISSUE 1: NEW TEACHER

From shocking twists on classic literature to brand new takes on modern day urban legends, this terror-filled series re-imagines the creepy stories you know and love for a new generation of readers.

After the arrival of a new teacher and student to their school, three teenagers find out that some urban legends are better left unexplored and could be deadlier than they could ever imagine.

The events of this issue tie directly into the upcoming feature film.

Writer

Joe Brusha

Artwork

Sean Hill

Babisu Kourtis (Pgs. 13-23)

Colors

Fran Gamboa with J.C. Ruiz

Valentina Cuomo (Pgs. 13-23)

Spoilers in Review

This overall comic feels disjointed from the story to the art.  The major gist of the story is easy to follow...

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The Black Sable #1

September 19 is International Talk Like A Pirate Day so, to celebrate, I will write this entire article in pirate talk.

No, I won’t do that. That’s just a pain in the butt for you, the reader, and me, the pirate. I will, however, give you a review on the first issue of Zenescope’s new six part mini-series about space pirates, The Black Sable.

Here’s the pitch: one hundred years in the future “the age of pirates” has returned as mankind reaches the stars. Issue #1 starts right in on the action with a pirate raid on a lone Corporation freighter. After quickly overpowering the freighter’s crew, the captain draws an immediate line in the moral sand, as she (yes, the pirate captain is a woman) finds out the cargo is a shipment of slaves, whom she orders sent back to their homeworld...

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