Review: “Barbarella: Deluxe Edition” by Jean-Claude Forest

This review goes out to one of my best friends David “Dave” Mclaughlin, who is not fan of comics but the original movie Barbarella and Fonda, truly who isn’t? The woman made babe in space into a trope of the B-movies. … Continue reading Review: “Barbarella: Deluxe Edition” by Jean-Claude Forest

Review: “Manifested Destiny Vol 1: Flora and Fauna” by Chris Dingess

I was referred to this series by my friend, Ryan. Because of our mutual love of frontiers pioneers and my personal fascination with history, and the secrets behind it. This particular volume collects 1-6 STORY: Lewis and Clark famous explores are set by United States government to map the new lands, reason with any tribes they come across and use for if they must. The ship with is composed of convicts and soldiers at first seem weary of all the firepower brought into the ship. But as soon as they land strange sinister things starts to happen, as clear there something … Continue reading Review: “Manifested Destiny Vol 1: Flora and Fauna” by Chris Dingess

Review: “Neonomicon” by Alan Moore

Love him or hate him, Alan Moore is one of the most influential comic book writers of the modern era, and in 2010 it came time for him to tackle (by which I mean explore and reinterpret the themes of) one of his favorite American authors, H.P. Lovecraft, who, love him or hate him, is one of the most influential Horror story authors of the twentieth century. The result is a terrifying murder mystery culminating in a survival horror story that is NOT for the faint of heart. STORY: FBI Agents Sax, Lamper, and Brears are enveloped by a mystery … Continue reading Review: “Neonomicon” by Alan Moore