Category: World of Indies

Dry Foot – TPB

Warning: Potential Spoilers Ahh… The 80s, a well known time for one reason or another that still has some influence in the here and now. Especially where Miami is concerned given how wild the 80s were for that city and of course we can’t forget about the fashion where certain types of shorts are concerned […]

AloneNotLonely

First off, I will say right off the bat that I am ABSOLUTELY loving the red/blue/black color scheme this latest offering from Luke Cooper has within its pages. Its just absolutely fantastic and gives off a great vibe of living in a Post Apocalyptic world filled with horrific Lovecraft styled monsters. AloneNotLonely features our young […]

Santa Claws #1

Christmas is just right around the corner and with it, comes things like the debate of whether or not ‘Die Hard’ is a Christmas movie for example. There’s also the numerous holiday themed films with Romance at the primary center of said holiday themed films and a variety of other things related to Christmas and […]

Water Woman #1

Domestic Abuse is a tough subject no matter where it pops up in media and in everyday life and can be difficult to overcome. And this is a subject that is covered in Steffie de Vaan/Crissie Brown’s Water Woman: Into The Deep’s first issue (and presumably through out the series itself) and quite frankly, leaves […]

S**tshow #1

Warning: Potential Spoilers Review: Sh*tshow #1 is a fun experience and an interesting dystopic look at superheroes years after they failed to save most of the world from the crushing might of a powerful demon. Most of issue #1 flips back and forth between present day, showing the dire straights our surviving heroes have found […]