In the pulp New York of the 1950s, Moon Girl looks to a life beyond her role as champion of justice and social revolution.
Elizabeth Beier chronicles true-life romantic tales as she breaks up with a long-term boyfriend and navigates a brave new world: dating women.
Best wishes for the turn of the year! Let me take the opportunity to share with you a handful of my favourites that I’ve read over this past year that didn’t get reviewed.
Full disclosure: I’m already a fan of Ted Naifeh’s work, especially the Courtney Crumrin series. So, I was excited when the opportunity to read this came up.
Luther Plunkett has been a ranch hand, a cattle rustler, even a bank robber - But he's never been anyone's idea of a hero until his home town is threatened by a terrifying plague.
With formidable new security synthetics coming online, how better to test their mettle than against a hive of deadly xenomorphs?
But the family could never escape its mysterious and tormented history. In the winter of 1915, the vampires came with the first snow, and for Rosalynd, nothing would ever be the same.
Malika: Warrior Queen Part One follows the exploits of queen and military commander Malika, who struggles to keep the peace in her ever-expanding empire.
However, I ended up sticking with The Willows, because I love horror stories, and this one was an influence on Lovecraft himself.
NSFW: While the character design is clean, simple and always on model, there’s often close-ups of genitals, what with that being the point of the comic, and they are more detailed.