Category: Reviews

The Least We Can Do #1

The team behind the Image Comics miniseries A Thing Called Truth, Iolanda Zanfardino and Elisa Romboli, are back with a brand new offering. The Least We Can Do heads to dystopian London to answer the age-old question, ‘What if you put The Hunger Games, X-Men and Final Fantasy 7 in a big bowl, and then […]

River Of Blood – GN

Vikings, the year 996 A.D., Lovecraftian Elements, and a dash of Religion… Oh my! River Of Blood is a title that was successfully funded on Kickstarter at the beginning of the year and blends Action, Adventure, and the Supernatural pretty well. It also pretty much (Yay!) ignores Romance too and that’s nice to see since […]

Through Your Lens

I had the unexpected treat recently of getting to check out Jasmine Silva’s Graphic Novel; Through Your Lens. An LGBTQ+/POC Romance tale between our main Gal Elena and a new friend she meets by the name of Tala. Now its not all in your face and is in fact, quite the Slow Burn and I […]

Redshift #1

Now I know what you’re thinking, ‘Rob, why are you covering the first issue of this book when it was released last year!?’ And well… Have ya met me? I take forever at times to get around to things! Which is continuously a work in progress for yours truly and I am forever apologetic about […]

Six Days Of Violence

For those of you who may remember when I covered P.J. Blakey-Novis/David Paul’s Demons Never Die back in July 2021 are in for a treat as these two are back for another round in the form of Six Days of Violence. Same style as the last time as well, a short story by P.J. accompanied […]

Burger #1

Burger is one of those kinds of books that are perfect for those who like a combined mix of Psychological Horror. And for those who like a certain kind of art style that doesn’t lend to happiness and rainbows and shows more so the ugly side of life. Or at least, how Burger himself tends […]