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Life is Strange #2 Review

Our beloved partners in time, Max and Chloe, return in Issue #2 of Titan’s ‘Life is Strange’ comics, which explores one possible timeline following...

DC Rebirth Reviews: Detective Comics and The Flash

So it begins guys, the New 52 is gone. A new logo has been installed and thus we begin the era of DC Rebirth. This week, I picked up Detective Comics and The Flash Rebirth. We're they any good? Let's break it all down and try to find out.

Kim Reaper #3 Review- The Plot Thickens

Issue #3 builds on the foundation laid by the first two and perks our interest with some ominous foreshadowing. TURN BACK NOW IF YOU HAVE...

Comic Book Review: Munch

Art history, there's an absolute bucket load of it, and while you may not know painters by names, you've likely seen their work, either in school, in the media, or when visiting museums. One iconic painting which always stood out for me was The Scream by Edvard Munch. It's a painting which says so much, but so little at the same time. However, I didn't really know the history behind the painter, so when I heard that SelfMadeHero was publishing Steffen Kverneland's Munch, an illustrated biography of the Norwegian painter I had to snap it up.
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Comic Review: Green Lantern Rebirth #1

I don't think there is a whole lot I can say about Green Lantern Rebirth #1, mostly because not a lot really happen as the narrative seems to be focused on sweeping all the New 52 swings and misses under the already crowded rug...

Spider-Men II #1 Review – Back with the Boys Again

Everyone knows Spider-Man's origin story, it's a cult classic! Everyone also knows that Spider-man has a looooong history that contains a whole host of...

Titan Comics Tekken Collection Review

Titan Comics' Tekken Collection is a fun, fast read that wonderfully portrays the world of Tekken. While Tekken has been a staple brawler for...
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I Am Fire Review

I Am Fire is the second full-length story by Leicestershire comic writer and artist Rachael Smith. I reviewed her first, ‘The Way We Write’ earlier this year and loved it.

Little Nightmares #2 Review – Where’s the Camp Fire?

Titan Comics has released the second issue of their Little Nightmares comic book series, and it almost continues where the last one left us, however...

MUTAFUKAZ Volume 1 Review

A webcomic that took the internet by storm. I swear when this happens, I always miss it. Just like with Mutafukaz Volume 1 perhaps, which if you haven't realised by now, this may not be suitable for your child, so keep them on that healthy diet of Punisher comics.

The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt Review

When you were in grade school, depending on where you're from, you may not have learned much about Alexander von Humboldt. Thanks to the...

Kim Reaper #1 Review

Kim Reaper #1 is one random, out there comic, BUT that doesn't mean its bad. It's hard to predict what is going to happen in...

X-Men Blue #9 Review – Mental Breakdowns and Breakthroughs

X-Men Blue follows Marvel Girl and her team of time displaced X-Men as they try to prove themselves as heroes in a world ravaged...

Penny Dreadful: The Awakening #2.5 Review

Originally set to consist of four issues, Penny Dreadful: The Awakening has received a brand new story arc with a few more issues incoming....

Comic Review: Captain Marvel #1

It may be another new Captain Marvel series, but will this one continue the cult success of Marvel's new heavy hitter? Or will this be the Iron Man 2 of this long-running saga? Let's review Captain Marvel #1 and find out.

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