Category Archives: graphic novel

Stellar issue 1 by Joseph Keatinge and Bret Blevins

With Stellar issue 1, we are given a brief introduction to a post apocalyptic universe in which everything seems to be in ruins. Retro future spaceships, giant robots, huge alien creatures, and an almost steampunkian type of army lie in … Continue reading

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The Wormworld Saga Volume1: The Journey Begins by Daniel Lieske

The chapters for this series were released 1-2 times yearly originally and just by the first few pages alone you can see why: this is a visually stunning graphic novel with beautiful full page art to tell the story. Yet … Continue reading

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Swing Volume 1 by Linda Sejic, Matt Hawkins, Jenni Cheung

Coming from Top Cow, the publisher known for soft porn comics, I had to wonder if this would be sensationalist smut or actually had a valid point of view. Fortunately, in this case the authors/artists tackle the subject of swinging … Continue reading

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Forward by Lisa Maas

The introduction tells us that the characters in this graphic novel, Forward, were drawn directly from author Maas and her friends. That authenticity means there is no melodrama, no gimmicks, and instead just a straight-forward story of two middle age … Continue reading

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Coyotes Volume 1 by Sean Lewis and Caitlin Yarsky

While Coyotes has some interesting things going for it, the story is just so muddled and the world building lazy as to make this more of an afterthought than a well executed concept. It is always the little thing that … Continue reading

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Spectacle Volume 1 by Megan Rose Gedris

Spectacle is an interesting novel in that so much of it feels unique and fresh. From a nuanced and distinct art style, wide array of surprising characters, and a main protagonist who almost comes off more as a moody antihero … Continue reading

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The Shadow: Leviathan by Simon Spurrier, Dan Watters, Daniel HDR

It’s been awhile since I more than disliked a book; with The Shadow: Leviathan I actively hated this book. I got half way through before I had had enough – this is just the author soapboxing his political and social … Continue reading

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