Spencer & Locke #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Spencer and Locke are detectives working the beat in a seedy side of town. The town is full of crime and debauchery, plenty of stuff to keep them busy. Night by night, they patrol the streets, finding bad guys, investigating murders, and ridding the streets of crime. They are a crime solving […]

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Winnebago Graveyard #1 Review

Winnebago Graveyard Rides in Style By Amie Macias Wow, this book took me back! Reminiscent of the cult classic horror movies of my youth, right down to the satanic, hooded figures. We are introduced to the quaint town of Acton, where on the welcome sign it states, “for an hour or a lifetime,” leaving us […]

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AFAR Review: Fantasy Greatness

Image Comics brings another strong debut with AFAR By Amie Macias Image Comics definitely found another talent belonging to artist, Leila del Duca, (known for drawing Shutter), as a writer.  She does an amazing job of bringing the reader into not one, but several different fantasy worlds within this one story.

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Iron Fist #1 Review: Finding Purpose

Marvel’s latest Iron Fist series is dark, gritty and amazing By Nolan P. Smith Iron Fist has went through quite a few series in the last decade or so. From fighting the other immortal weapons to teaming up in zany adventures with his long time partner, Luke Cage, Danny Rand is a legitimate mainstay in […]

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