Lumberjanes: True Colors Review 1

Lumberjanes: True Colors Review

Lumberjanes: True Colors follows Ripley, one of the campers featured as main protagonists on the regular Lumberjanes comics, as she, with the help of a magical creature called a Zebracorn, tries to “fit in” and blend in with everyone else after getting called weird. At the same time, there is grave danger looming on Miss Qiunzella Thiskwin Penniquiqual Thistle Crumpet’s Camp for Hardcore Lady-Types that may or may not feature fire-breathing creatures.

Emily: Emergence – Review 3

Emily: Emergence – Review

Emily: Emergence is the very first comic publiched by San Francisco-based FutureBound Comics. It has been tagged by their own creators as a “Psy-Fi Thriller”, which stands for psycholgical science-fiction. This is the result of their successful IndieGogo campaign last year.

REVIEW - THE WOLF AND THE CROW #1 - Gorgeous Looking Caveman Politics 4

REVIEW – THE WOLF AND THE CROW #1 – Gorgeous Looking Caveman Politics

The Wolf and The Crow Begins Premiere issues. They’re hard to pull off. In the space of twenty-something pages, the staff behind it has to create a universe right before your very eyes and make you feel invested in it. In one measly issue, a comic book needs to present an IP you have never … Read more

Grit #1 - Review

Grit #1 – Comic Review

Grit #1 – Review If you had the (mis)fortune of growing up a 90’s kid, first and foremost, you are too far past being able to use the adjective “young” to describe yourself. “Old”. That’s what you are. Matter of fact, most of us are already there and it’s “1 out of 5 stars – … Read more

MR BEAVER VOL. 1 – The Best Thing I’ve Read This Year 5

MR BEAVER VOL. 1 – The Best Thing I’ve Read This Year

Disclosure: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.This is used to help maintain and improve this site. Everything’s impossible until Mr Beaver does it I’m afraid no one has told you this yet, but … Read more