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The One-Hundred Nights of Hero

Rating: 4.5 out of 5


An extremely creative and fun book of stories.

I wasn’t sure what to expect going into this book as I had never heard of the author’s work before, but I was very pleased with it. 128 more words


Namesake #1 (OF 4) Comic Book Review

When I first read about Namesake I had to dive on in and take a look, written by Steve Orlando, who you may know from Supergirl: Rebirth and Midnighter has produced this original series about a world beyond our own and Alchemy… I had to know more. 335 more words


Mega Princess #1 of 5 Comic Book Review

This story isn’t about your typical fairy tale princess. On Princess Maxine’s 10th birthday, her fairy godmother grants her the gifts of every fairy tale princess, which…sounds a lot cooler than it actually is, in Max’s opinion. 256 more words


Skybourne #2 Comic Book Review

A few weeks back I reviewed a book for this site and it has stuck with me because after a few reads I still had a very limited grasp of what was going on in it, that book was Skybourne. 127 more words


Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #8 Comic Book Review

The world is currently on lock down and the government is practically powerless to do anything. The Dinozords, now under the Black Dragon’s control, are stationed around the globe invoking Rita’s word as law. 144 more words


Christopher Hinz's immersion into a Liege-Killer world of his own making.

Christopher Hinz has been immersed in his highly successful Liege-Killer world for some time in several different mediums, and yet manages to keep the series fresh while maintaining a sense of continuity. 1,748 more words

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