Oct 27, 2016
Freelance Blues #6 http://bit.ly/29LxuzY is a 26-page, standard size comic written by Ian Daffern & Mike Leone, art by Becca T-R, and cover by John Lang. Published by Alterna Comics.
After dealing with the worst of the weirdest, Lance Bunkman brings his extraordinary employment epic to a close. While rushing to a funeral Lance encounters not only a morbid mortician and a hulking hunch-baked assistant, but also a raging monster made from the dead! But all is not lost, as Lance uncovers the sinister secrets that have been driving his curious and creepy career!
Once again the art really pops in this comic! It’s clean, polished, and consistent throughout the issue. There’s plenty of detail filling every page but not too much to distract from the main imagery or story. The writing is fun and full of twists that keep the pages turning as we discover more and more about our accidental hero in this unique and enjoyable series!
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Oct 26, 2016
Scavenger #2 http://buff.ly/2bR7zDL is a 24-page (digital version) standard size, full color, Sci-Fi comic written by Kim Roberts and illustrated by Megan Huang. Published by Markosia.
In this Sci-Fi fantasy tale featuring robots, alien creatures, and deception, the only son of a royal family living in a floating city above a desolate planet, and heir to the throne, leads a raiding party that kills an entire town on the planet. On the planet, and unknown to almost all, the rightful heir has been raised as a commoner and is just now learning of his true heritage…and the magical abilities that come with it as one son seeks to destroy the other!
This continuing story of class struggles, technology, and magic pull the reader into a world of intrigue where secrets and sibling rivalries simmer below the surface and feed tensions that explode with violent consequences! Kim pens an entertaining tale of elite maneuvering and self-discovery in the pages of Scavenger, while artist Megan aptly illustrates the action with dynamic fight scenes, unique characters, and strange creatures!
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Oct 25, 2016
Charge #3 http://buff.ly/2bdsmWV is a 77-page, full color Sci-Fi comic written and produced by Dan Jury and Chris Jury with pencils and inks by Adhitya Zulkarnaen, colors by Pamela Siega, lettering by Michael Lagace, and cover art by Jordan J. Nering. Published by Alterna Comics.
The time jumping action of Charge carries on as two groups of future soldiers face off in in a 1970’s mountaintop energy research facility while a small group of civilian scientists find themselves caught in the middle. Are the soldiers all on the same side, or has some future event altered allegiances?! And what will come through the time portal next?!
The story continues to explore the many twists and turns of distorting timelines with past events being remembered differently by different individuals. The Jury brothers also keep up the tension between the distinctive personalities as the group dynamics change and the characters must adjust to leadership struggles and new threats! The time travel theme works well as the central piece of the story by keeping the reader in one time while the characters appear from the future and through their interactions inconsistencies in the timeline are revealed. The art remains clean and simple with pale tones occasionally being broken by dramatic flashes of bright weapons fire and resulting blood splatter!
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Oct 24, 2016
For Minicomics Monday it’s…Mr Crawford Raises Herfords, Too by Steve Willis! This is an 8-page, B&W minicomic that’s basically a series of images focusing on a singular point of etiquette. This was originally published by Steve several years ago and recently included as a insert to an issue of Copy This! featuring an interview with Steve.
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The Fuzzy Princess #2 http://bit.ly/1QSqUTp is a 24-page, standard size, full color comic written and illustrated by Charles Brubaker and published by Smallbug Press.
Princess Kat and her companion continue their adventures outside the kingdom of St. Paws as their human hosts disguise the talking animals and take them to a grocery store! Add in a magical, removable tail and one “weird princess,” and what could possibly go wrong?! Once again Charles delivers another fuzzy fun book full of cartoony hijinks and hilarity, and a back cover bonus “Koko” comic!
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