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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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Dragonsblood #2

Dragonsblood #2 coverSigurd’s tale lives again in Dragonsblood #2. It’s a four issue miniseries. Do you need to more?

Maybe you do.

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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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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 Tales of Terror No. 7 Vol 4: Polybius

Writer: Ralph Tedesco

Artist: J.G. Miranda

Letterer: Pablo Amelia

Publisher: Zenescope

Synopsis:  Donnie has had a life of success. After wrecking his car on an Oregon highway, Donnie finds himself in a convenience store not far from where he grew up.  In the store he meets a game he hasn’t played since 1983 and a return to the haunting memories that have followed him.

Review: Polybius is an urban legend that one of my children loves talking about. This is why it really caught my interest to read this take on  the story. This version really brought this legend to life in a morbid kind of way. Not only in the story itself, but in the detail of Donnie’s memories that surround the summer of 1983 and its aftermath...

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