Review: The Last Arrival, 1 and 2

Planet C’adaei is in danger.

Five selected to leave and look for a new home. Their destination? Earth, but it might not be the blue paradise they were hoping for… in fact it’s a ruin, whole cities covered in sand and no sign of life other than what humans have left behind.

Olak, Aome, Acrok, Rirke and U’on have to solve the mystery of what happened to humanity and overcome darkness itself in this psychedelic action and drama packed space opera.

Written by Daniel Prim
Pencils/ink by Gergely Szabo

Colored by Szabrina Maharita

Letters by Toben Racicot

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Cape Anime Con

The people behind Cape Comic Con have added two new types of cons to their roster this year: Cape Anime Con, and Cape Fear Con – which is next month.

While I’ve been to cons that have had voiice actors from animes, or merchandise from various anime, I have never been to an anime specific con. But I enjoy anime, and my nieces are getting into it a lot as well, so I figured this would be a great way to test the waters.

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Review: Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass

Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass is a coming-of-age story about choices, consequences, justice, fairness, and progress and how a weird kid from Gotham’s poorest part of town goes about defining her world for herself. From Eisner Award and Caldecott Honor-winning author Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer, Supergirl: Being Super).

Harleen is a tough, outspoken, rebellious kid who lives in a ramshackle apartment above a karaoke cabaret owned by a drag queen named MAMA. Ever since Harleen’s parents split, MAMA has been her only family. When the cabaret becomes the next victim in the wave of gentrification that’s taking over the neighborhood, Harleen gets mad.

When Harleen decides to turn her anger into action, she is faced with two choices: join Ivy, who’s campaigning to make the neighborhood a better place to live, or join The Joker, who plans to take down Gotham one corporation at a time.

Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass is at once a tale of the classic Harley readers know and love, and a heartfelt story about the choices teenagers make and how they can define–or destroy–their lives.

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Review: Wendigo Wood

Wendigo Wood, issues one and two

Written and lettered by Joseph Oliveira

Art by Vukasin Ivkovic

Cover artist: Chris Shehan

Publisher: Afterlight Comics

A retired war veterans search for his missing daughter leads him to a forest home to the urban legend of the Wendigo.
The story follows protagonist Hank Williamson, having served in the Korean war many would think his experiences would haunt him. Yet on his return he finds himself at the centre of every parents worst nightmare, when he learns of the disappearance of his daughter. His search leads him to Wendigo Wood, home to the urban legend of The Wendigo.

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