Review: Shadow Service #10

Writer: Cavan Scott 
Artist: Corin Howell 
Colorist: Triona Farrell
Letterer: Andworld Design
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Cover A: Corin Howell
Cover B: Rebekah Isaacs
On Sale: 7/28/2021

“A weapon of mass damnation is hidden somewhere in London, and MI666 have no idea where to find it. As Gina and her team race to a secret location, Hex performs an infernal interrogation. Lives will be lost as Shadow Service’s epic second arc reaches its cataclysmic conclusion.”

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Review – The Department of Truth #11

Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Martin Simmonds
Letters by Aditya Bidikar
Designed by Dylan Todd
Edited by Steve Foxe

America was built on a lie that’s never quite come true. The cracks in that idealistic vision have inspired dangerous people to do horrible things in the name of an America that’s never really existed. Hawk Harrison knows the genuine story of this country, and he’s ready to give Cole Turner a history lesson.”

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Review: The Last Book You’ll Ever Read #1

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Leila Leiz
Colorist: Giada Marchisio
Letterer: Jim Campbell
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Cover A: Leila Leiz
Cover B: Jen Hickman
On Sale: 7/28/2021

Civilization is a lie. Hidden deep in our genes is the truth. And it is slowly clawing its way to the surface. Olivia Kade knows the truth, and she has become the prophet of the coming collapse. Her book, SATYR, is an international bestseller, and it is being blamed for acts of senseless violence and bloodshed all over the world. Olivia’s own life is in danger from those who have read her work. Determined to conduct a book tour, she hires security professional Connor Wilson to act as her bodyguard. She only has one requirement: he cannot read her work.”

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Review: Tales Told in Technihorror #1

Written and lettered by Kiyarn Taghan
Illustrated by Christian Dibari
Colored by Simon Gough
Edited by Shawn French

Black Caravan Imprint: Tales Told In Techni-Horror is a biennial horror series that blends the best in horror sub genres (body shock to grindhouse and more). Each issue contains five short stories from the dark minds that brought you Provenance of Madness. Includes  a mini pinup gallery of horrors.

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Review: Basilisk #2

Writer: Cullen Bunn
Illustrator: Jonas Scharf
Colorist: Alex Guimarāes
Letterer: Ed Dukeshire

Is redemption possible if it is coerced? Forced to confront the horrors of her past, Regan hits the road with Hannah – a victim from her past – who has her own set of secrets. Meanwhile, the other four remaining members of the Chimera find themselves tired of hiding from the world and move to reignite their reign of terror and death.
BASILISK #2 features main cover art by series artist Jonas Scharf and variant covers by acclaimed illustrators Martin Simmonds (The Department of Truth) and Rafael Albuquerque (BRZRKR).”

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Review: Vampire the Masquerade #9

Writers: Tim Seeley, Tini Howard, Blake Howard 
Artists: Stephen Molnar, Nathan Gooden 
Colorist: Addison Duke
Letterer: Andworld Design
Designer: Tim Daniel 
Cover: Aaron Campbell
On Sale: 6/30/2021

Cecily is in the lobby of a high rise tower filled with a horde of vampire hunters. The Camarilla Court is trapped on the top floor. There are only minutes until dawn. Even if she makes it to Calder, she might find truths there that are harder to face than final death itself. Meanwhile, King Rat realizes the time has come to reforge old alliances, if any of them intend to make it through another night.”

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Review: The Department of Truth #10

Written by James Tynion IV
Art by Martin Simmonds
Letters by Aditya Bidikar
Designed by Dylan Todd
Edited by Steve Foxe

Some fictions manifest in reality as dangerous, half-formed things. The Department of Truth relies on hunters to track down and contain these wild tulpas before they become too real. It’s time for Cole Turner to see this side of the job firsthand. It’s time for Cole Turner to join his first Bigfoot hunt.”

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Review: Stray Dogs #5

Written by Tony Fleecs
Art by Trish Forstner
Colors by Brad Simpson
Layout artist: Tone Rodriguez

Time’s up. No more sniffing around, no more barking, no more hiding. The dogs have to get out of this house. Now. But standing between them and freedom is their best friend…and their worst nightmare. They say there’s no such thing as a bad dog, just bad owners. Final issue.”

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