Category: World of Indies

One Cave, Two Cave

Warning: Potential Spoilers Ahead While reading this offering from Mad Cave Studios that came out last month, one thing that came to mind for me by the end of this first issue is a film called ‘Fire In The Sky’. Which is said to be based on actual events that happened. Now I could have […]

The Autumnal #1

Autumn, Fall, Halloween Season, whatever you wanna call it. That time of year when the Summer and its heat starts to go away and cooler temperatures start to roll in. Bringing along with it Pumpkin Spice recipes and Leaves turning different colors as they fall to the ground. Allowing one to rake them up into […]

Finger Guns #1

Finger guns, we’ve all used them through out our lives. Whether for fun and games or otherwise, we’ve used them. Briefly imagining them shooting some kind of ammo from them for said fun and games or to try and be intimidating. The Anime known as ‘Yu Yu Hakusho’ back in the day used the concept […]

Over The Ropes #’s 1-4

The Hero and the Villain, the good and the bad, the fight for what’s right over what’s wrong. A simple theme that has lent its ideology to almost every form of entertainment throughout history. Movies, music, books, and even the theater do their best to display characters that portray both “good” and “bad” people. The […]

Malek: Reigning Devil #1

Warning: Potential Spoilers! Using Biblical themes in comics is always interesting to see for me. As there’s always different interpretations on those themes and its just great. Tom Hutchison, David Paul, Jon Lock, Frank Martin, and Mark London are a few examples of those who’ve used Biblical themes in their respective works and now Jeffrey […]

Monitor – Original Graphic Novel

MONITOR is a high concept cyberpunk adventure that seems to draw heavy influence from the the likes of Blade Runner, Minority Report, Psycho-Pass, and the original Ghost in the Shell movie. A story drenched in the theme of monitoring the masses in the interest of single self-preservation. You’re every move, every thought, every. single. aspect. […]