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New Star Trek Anthology Series Will Launch In September

To celebrate 50 years of Star Trek, IDW Publishing, under license by CBS Consumer Products, will boldly launch a new series in September which honors the legacy of the various Starfleet crews which have inhabited the… 209 more words


Flash Fic with Pics #2 - The Beast That's Eating You

Here’s piece no. 2 in my Flash Fic with Pics series!

(You can see #1 here)
This one’s more poetry than prose, but it still tells a short story about inner beasts in nursery rhyme style Here goes ☺… 469 more words


Quadrinhos: Fábulas - War Stories; The Long Year; Jack Be Nimble (#28 - #35)

Fiquei um tempão sem ler “Fábulas” no meio tempo de um PCI doido da faculdade, então só pude retomar nesse feriadão e terminar o arco de João. 339 more words


Short Cuts 12: Saga Vol. 5; Dead Boy Detectives Vol.2–Ghost Snow; American Vampire Vol. 7; The Wicked+The Divine Vol. 2–Fandemonium

Saga Vol. 5
Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples
Image Comics, 2015

In many ways this volume is a story of uneasy alliances. Gwendolyn and Lying Cat are desperate to find a cure for The Will, while Marko makes an uneasy alliance with Prince Robot IV to find their missing children, who are trapped on a strange world with terrifying new enemies. 720 more words

Vertigo Comics

Miracleman by Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age REVIEW

Okay. Since this is the first review on this blog I want to get a few things out in the open about me as comic reader: 1,115 more words

Graphic Novel Spotlight - Miracleman By Gaiman & Buckingham Book 1: The Golden Age

Miracleman is highly regarded as one of the best comic books to come out of the 1980s and helped launch the careers of several high profile comic creators including Alan Moore, Alan Davis, Garry Leach, Rick Veitch and John Tottleben. 732 more words

Graphic Novels

Short Cuts 9: Fairest Vol. 5–The Clamour for Glamour; Morning Glories Volume Eight–Rivals; B.P.R.D. 1946-1948; Constantine, Vol. 2–Blight

Fairest Vol. 5: The Clamour for Glamour (Vertigo Comics, 2015) was a fun read, even though it wasn’t completely satisfying as a series conclusion. The title arc occupies six of the seven issues in the collection. 697 more words

Vertigo Comics