Pop Comic Review Archive
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.
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!
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,
With an opportunity to give it a second chance, and some just as engaging pages at first glance, I’m taking another look.
‘Chapter 1. Horrors, forgotten truths and odd incantations lie in between the pages of antique books.’ Written/Art by: Scott Boyce Publisher: Artisan Shovel Released: 28 June 2017 As you can guess, the cover to this had me
Well, I ended up with a whole anthology of romance tales, but with a name like ‘Strange Romance’ you know it’s going to be either interesting or blatantly false advertising. Lucky me, it’s the former.
‘Dive into issue one of Kazarn Comix Narratives and explore illustrated futurism with a batch of colorful, comedic and action packed short stories.'