Pop Comic Review Archive
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.
I like the slow burn world-building here, though it’s going to make it difficult for Spellchecked to stand out from titles that blast out of the gate.
The story itself follows Rosa, who’s left an abusive marriage but has few options for supporting herself and her mother, and follows a friend’s example of taking up with a local pimp as an option to provide
The Casebook of Rabbit Black series is based on a private detective who is murdered but remains undead, unintentionally thanks to the necromancer who lives downstairs.
SYNCANDI follows the adventures of a newly created biologically synthetic human named Ikkyu, who awakens in an off limits experimental forest to find she has been stolen in order to care for a dying female assassin named
Shady fur trappers. Nazi dopplegangers. Interdimensional radio-wave monsters. Ice queens and dragons. All are equal foes in the pages of the ground-breaking comic, Nelvana of the Northern Lights.
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!