1888, The Year of the Ripper is a companion piece to the Demonhuntress universe that offers a unique re-telling of the Jack the Ripper murders. Read more of my thoughts here.
Following the events of the previous issue, Charlie is facing a bleak future in No Land. With tensions rising between both the past and the present, the penultimate issue in the critically acclaimed ‘Boat’ series offers another phenomenal issue in the series.
Life suddenly changes for Alexis. One day she is a young and happy bride. The next she is waking nineteen years in the future and a widow. Follow the beginning of Alexis’ journey as she goes from being the unsuspecting to a demonhuntress.
The main event is finally here. In the Galact-O-Massacre who will take home the title of the galactic champion of the universe and does this final issue provide a fitting end to this epic series?
‘Listen: Madness is the only constant. That’s what I’ve learned about magic’ – John Constantine Constantine is back to his comic book roots. For 300 issues John Constantine served as one of DC’s most popular characters in the acclaimed comic book series, Hellblazer. After the series’ conclusion in 2013 Constantine was brought into the…
The Wrestletopians have invaded, planet earth is being held hostage, and world leaders have no clue how to handle all this. Just where is Rory Landell? Check out my review of the third issue of the wonderful Invasion From Planet Wrestletopia.
The invasion is in full swing, and the Wrestletopians are looking for a showdown with Rory Landell, for his transmission. Check out my review of the second issue in this wickedly entertaining indie series.
Washed up wrestling star vs Alien planet of wrestlers. This is a wonderfully unique comic book that is one hell of a ride!
A refreshingly bold take on the Sci-Fi and Stoner Comedy genre’s. This is one trip you will want to take.
The debut release by Black Wing Comics, “Toy Z: The Ballad of Mr Huggles”, is an interesting and refreshing take on the zombie genre. This first issue sets the scene for future releases in the series. Check out my full review here.