Review: Eskimo Kisses

Originally, the word Eskimo came from an Agonquin term for “eater of flesh,” but that definition has been lost to the ages, until now. Present day, an isolated town in Northern Canada discovers the true origins when a stranger arrives and they are overrun by cannibalistic creatures. Along with the help of some locals, the town’s police officer and his pregnant wife must do anything they can to get out alive.

Written by Christopher Sebela and Randy Stone

Art by Henry Ponciano

Letters by Lucas Gattoni

Scout Comics

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Review: Basketful of Heads #1 and #2

“The rain lashes the grassy dunes of Brody Island, and seagulls scream above the bay. A slender figure in a raincoat carries a large wicker basket, which looks like it might be full of melons…covered by a bloodstained scrap of the American flag.

This is the story of June Branch, a young woman trapped with four cunning criminals who have snatched her boyfriend for deranged reasons of their own. Now she must fight for her life with the help of an impossible 8th-century Viking axe that can pass through a man’s neck in a single swipe-and leave the severed head still conscious and capable of supernatural speech.

Each disembodied head has a malevolent story of its own to tell, and it isn’t long before June finds herself in a desperate struggle to hack through their lies and manipulations…racing to save the man she loves before time runs out. “

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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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