Review: Crossover #2

Written by Donny Cates
Art by Geoff Shaw
Colors by Dee Cunniffe
Letters and Design by John J. Hill
Story Edits by Mark Waid

“KIDS LOVE CHAINS,” Part Two The event continues to unravel as Ellie, Otto, and Ava rise from the ashes of their comic shop to begin their four-color odyssey to find the truth beyond the dome. Meanwhile: super-prisons! Magic guns! Mysterious government agents! And other stuff, too!

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Review: Miranda in the Maelstrom #2

Writer: Riley Biehl (Miranda in the Maelstrom

Artist/Cover Artist: Dailen Ogden (The Liminal

Flatter: Drew Wills (24 Panels

Letterer: Taylor Esposito (Red Hood and The Outlaws, Finger Guns

Script Editor: Brittany Matter (Spitting Image

Editor: Nicole D’Andria (Road Trip to Hell

Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment 

“A Wolf in the Wasteland.” Her dimension destroyed and parents lost in the Multiverse Maelstrom, Miranda finds herself stranded and alone in a bizarre wasteland. Struggling to survive on a world with twin suns, rivers that flow in the air like wind, and monstrous amalgams, Miranda must learn to adapt to this unnatural nature. Will the local fauna make her their food, or will she learn to make them her friends?

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Review: Crossover #1

Written by Donny Cates
Art by Geoff Shaw
Colors by Dee Cunniffe
Letters and Design by John J. Hill
Story Edits by Mark Waid

The creative powerhouses behind the bestselling, critically acclaimed GOD COUNTRY, Thanos Wins, and REDNECK returns for the biggest launch of the year.

Imagine everything you thought was fantasy…was real. And now join us, in a world where reality is dead…and anything is possible…

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Review: Unicorn: Vampire Hunter #1

Written by Caleb Palmquist

Art by Daryl Toh

Letters by Dave Lentz

There is one thing vampires fear more than anything else…

and it’s not the sun. Everyone knows that wooden stakes and holy water kill vampires, but not many people know that the best weapon against a vampire is a unicorn’s horn. 

Unicorn: Vampire Hunter is a fantasy adventure comic about a curious young woman, a wise old wizard, and a unicorn with a penchant for killing vampires. It is a heartfelt story about friendship, love, and finding purpose in an unpredictable world.

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Review: Miranda in the Maelstrom #1

Writer: Riley Biehl (Miranda in the Maelstrom

Artist/Cover artist: Koi Carreon (Rolled and Told

Colorist: Borg Sinaban (Muros

Letterer: Taylor Esposito (Red Hood and The OutlawsFinger Guns

Script Editor: Brittany Matter (Spitting Image

Editor: Nicole D’Andria (Road Trip to Hell

Publisher: Action Lab Entertainment 

The Multiverse Maelstrom! A supernatural storm that crosses over between dimensions, displacing beings and objects from alternate realities. Most fear the maelstrom, but interdimensional explorers Miranda Sherbet and her shark-dog Noodles use the storm as a means of travel and adventure. But when Miranda finds herself disoriented and separated from Noodles, she runs into the storm fighting off violent aliens, harsh weather conditions, and the traumatic memories that set her down this path. Will Miranda find Noodles and continue their adventures, or will they be alone in infinity?

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Review: Bliss #3

Written by Sean Lewis
Art by Caitlin Yarsky
Publisher:  Image Comics

Lethe’s ravens descend on the courthouse as Perry and Hera make their way to his cell. Time continues to shift as the past reveals a deadly plot, where Benton, high on the Bliss drug, finds himself ready to kill the most important person in his life…a story of escapes and reversals emerges throughout this issue.

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Review: Bliss #2

Written by Sean Lewis

Art by Caitlin Yarsky

Publisher:  Image Comics

Who is behind the drug called BLISS? Who leads the Street Gods that turned our sweet hero into a killer? What choices did Benton make to fall so far, and how have these choices driven his family apart?

The monstrous goddess Lethe emerges to defend Benton’s honor as his son Perry fights for his father’s life in court. Breaking Bad meets Neil Gaiman’s Sandman in an urban fantasy unlike any you’ve ever seen.

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