Category: World of Indies

Samurai Shin #1

[SPOILERS!!] Review: Issue #1 of Samurai Shin isn’t perfect but it’s quite fun for what it is. Obviously inspired by the anime Afro Samurai, the comic features characters that fit within the aesthetic of that series by featuring a black samurai main lead character, a white evil rival antagonist and later on in the issue […]

Villain #1

I have to say I’ve been impressed with the line of books I’ve been reading from this company. There’s a real nice showcase of talent here and the story is one that I found fascinating. Not uncommon mind you but in a sense it’s got a nice slant to it and it has definitely done […]

BLACK #3

This is a book that doesn’t exactly leave me with a lot of warm fuzzies. And that’s probably because of all the offensive language seen here. So I really wouldn’t recommend this for young readers cause of that or for the easily offended for that matter. And if you’re the type who looks down on […]

Tuesday Double!

[[SPOILERS!!]] Review: Issue #2 continues the new Action Man’s quest for vengeance as he goes off protocol during an assignment to ambush a bunch of terrorists that are holding some bystanders hostage. What I enjoy about this new Action Man is that he is flawed in the sense that he just wants to get revenge […]

Wrong Way #1

Sometimes being a reviewer I get to see projects that you wouldn’t normally come across. Small self-published works that leave an impact on you as a reader. This is why I always advocate visiting these artists/creators in artist alley at any convention. Martin brings us this personal story about love, loss and finding yourself again and […]

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