Show’s End #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Things are about to get even weirder for a traveling circus in Mad Cave Studio’s newest series, “Show’s End.” The book starts in 1928, right before the Great Depression, in Levington, Georgia. A couple have been living with a monster locked in a cage in their basement. That monster was supposed to…Read moreRead more

Honor and Curse #1 Review: Live by the Sword

By Nolan P. Smith Mad Cave Studios have given us some amazing books: from a holy war to sci-fi epic, we have seen some incredible ideas from the studio. With Honor and Curse, we are transported to 14th Century Japan as we see a man struggling with something deep inside himself. By Mark London, Nicolas…Read moreRead more

Knights of the Golden Sun Review: Dark Angels

By Daniel Schwartz To be honest, I did not know what to expect when I read the first few issues of this series. This is the first Mad Cave Studios title that I have read. I usually review more well-known properties such as Doctor Who and Transformers. I thought I would give this new publisher…Read moreRead more

Midnight Task Force Vol. 1 Review

By Wudood Omran Do you ever hear voices in your head? Imagine if those very same voices were responsible for your “success” in life? Aiden McCormick, an ex-marine, is a hotshot Detroit detective in 2055. And he has a little secret, three vials in his coat pocket. All that remains of his fallen comrades from…Read moreRead more

Mad Cave Studios Launches Talent Search 2018

By Staff Reports Independent comic book publisher, Mad Cave Studios, is proud to announce our first ever nationwide talent search! We are looking for a maximum of 4 writers and 4 artists to work on 4 original and unannounced projects from the minds inside the Mad Cave. Each winner will be compensated on a “per…Read moreRead more