Category: World of Indies

Icepick #1

Todd Rayner’s first issue of Icepick is something that while not exactly original with its intentions, is something that does have my attention. We pretty much have little in the way of answers aside from a small tidbit here and there through out the first issue. And whether or not this is the first time […]

Planet Of Daemons #4

Kevin Gunstone has certainly given us an interesting read when it comes to Planet Of Daemons, and though I don’t think it was his intent, I found myself pretty much liking every other character who had some form of page time instead of the actual main character. As despite Amos Deathridge’s time in the occult […]

Ironhorse #2

Gavin Spector’s Ironhorse is an interesting world. One with several guilds and it all makes me think of games like Skyrim and other kinds of role playing games with guilds. Guilds like Thieves, Assassins, Witch Hunters and so forth. And as hinted in #1, it seems like there’s some old beef between the Thieves and […]

Spencer & Locke #4

The end is come and what a finale David Pepose and the gang have given us. It’s often hard to find a series of any length that can maintain its quality and freshness throughout but the Spencer & Locke team done it lock, stock and smoking barrel. Pepose has found a way to not only […]

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