When the fastest woman ever built is dragged outside of reality, she’s got to pull herself together across four parallel worlds before a hive-mind can take over the planet. That is, assuming it hasn’t already.
My first assumption was that this was a comic adaption of the show, though when I didn’t recognise the main character on the cover I started wondering.
Well, I liked the Atomic Blonde movie a lot, so when I got the chance to grab a copy of the graphic novel, I thought it would not only be a good read but a bit of
After binging on some freshly bought super stories this past week, I thought I’d share some shorter reviews of some that I’d really recommend, both old favourites and new.
The short stories were done with a good narrative sense and structure, and there were dark tales as well as light. Can’t beat a good story where nobody wins!
It’s suitable for the whole family, a fun day out, and we highly recommend it to everyone. The exhibit runs until September 3rd, so check it out before it leaves Australia.
Futurequake is an anthology series, but I hadn’t actually read any of it yet. I really should have – look at that cover!
You may recall that I have a fondness for skull imagery, so obviously this caught my eye.
The cover for this is pretty enchanting – reminiscent of a children’s book, even. It’s also based on an Arabian Nights tale, and I may have mentioned before how much I love folk tales and myths.
I’m recommending this one, as long as you don’t mind fetid zombies being hacked apart by a magical mech,