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Digital Comics Review: Colonial Souls #1

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Published on: November 18, 2014

After ages of interstellar imperialism, a race of humanoid bugs finds themselves defeated and scattered to the brink of extinction. We follow a young queen and her weathered protector as they attempt to peacefully obtain the souls their colony's eggs require for reincarnation if their species is to survive.   One of the aspects that[…]


Digital Comics Review: The Almighties #1

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Published on: November 17, 2014

With comedic nods to big Marvel events from Civil War to Fear Itself, The Almighties amass in their debut comic, where you can expect offbeat action, adventure, comedy, testicular cancer, Nazi Robots, and plenty more, in what Glenn B. Fleming of Crikey! calls, 'One of the funniest comics you'll ever read!' The Almighties gives a[…]


Review: The Heavenly Chord – Afterlife Inc & 7String Crossover

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Published on: November 15, 2014

Launching at Thought Bubble this crossover was of instant interest to me as a big fan and supporter of Afterlife Inc. Added to that I discovered 7String – which I see as an excellent addition to the story. So first – an introduction! The afterlife is under new management… When corporate con-artist Jack Fortune’s life[…]


Digital Comics Reviews: Dead Island, Cinderella & More

No podcast this week I'm afraid, but here are my thoughts on the digital comics I read this week! Dead Island #1 A nice free issue #1 from Dark Horse Digital, this 18 page digital comic gives us a nice lead into the series, introducing our two slacker protagonists and the zombies! There's some nice[…]


Digital Comics Review: The Adventures of Track Suit Man #1

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Published on: November 5, 2014

The Adventures of Track Suit man is the on-going saga of a frequent flier who puts himself first. By first I mean he’ll use any means necessary to board the plane before anyone else. Be warned this is NOT a traditional comic book. This is a chronicle of adventures told through the use of social[…]


Digital Comics Review: Snake

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Published on: October 26, 2014

One of the most infamous outlaws arrives in Cambra. When the local bullies try to strong arm her, Eliza makes it her mission to teach them a lesson… in true Snake fashion.   Another nice Western genre from NimProd, with a different action heroine – an outlaw looking for redemption. We get some of the[…]


Digital Comics Review: Bang Bang Lucita

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Published on: October 25, 2014

Lucita is a Mexican immigrant living in Harrisburg. She works for Mr. Baylor, as the head chef in his restaurant. In her spare time, she leads a secret life as a swashbuckling knife fighter. One of two women of action characters from NimProd – with a look to combining the two in a nice crossover,[…]


Review: Silvertongue 30XX

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Published on: October 14, 2014

Silvertongue 30XX: Space-Time District Attorney follows the story of Silvertongue Hernandez and a rat-pack of time-travelling lawyers, specialised in revisiting (or more like crashing), so-called “Trials of the Century” throughout space-time. Silvertongue, a selfish, dark, ego-centric, womanizer and addict, will encounter the most bizarre of adventures in search of Reality 2; a parallel multi-verse he[…]


Digital Comics Review: The Private Eye #8

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Published on: September 22, 2014

Issue #8 and we’re onto the final stretch of this ground breaking series! I must say I’ve enjoyed the series a lot and this issue continues the ride. We get the villains end game coming into place and the feelings of those affected by the potential results of his plan. The wide screen format is[…]


Digital Comics Review: Strange Embrace

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Published on: September 5, 2014

I featured this before I went away on holiday, and then I had a good chance to read it while sitting in the sun! This is the definitive edition of David Hine’s Strange Embrace, a tortured modern gothic tale of madness, death and sexual longing. The world of Strange Embrace is one of pain and[…]


Digital Comics Review: Dream Life Vol. 1

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Published on: July 25, 2014

Murder in BC leads to an inuksuk in Ontario. Charlie’s childhood friend is about to die. Hitchhiking in BC PJ’s luck runs out. Lionel is in crisis, time for love? Leslie is a therapist and part time drug dealer. It’s just occurring to her that she hates her job. Dan’s six year old daughter thinks[…]


Digital Comics Review: The Everthere

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Published on: July 15, 2014

  Jon Lock returns to the world of Afterlife Inc with this well crafted short story! Return to the world of AFTERLIFE INC. for a special one-off story focusing on the Stooges, three less-than-illustrious chancers eking out an existence on the fringes of undead society. When dying, life isn’t all you leave behind, and sometimes[…]


Digital Comics Review: Pulse #1 & 2

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Published on: May 24, 2014

Rok Comics and Markosia have combined nicely to bring to the iPad an excellent action and adventure anthology comic. Combined with the link, and movies that digital comics allow we get an excellent variety of reads which are sometimes missing in the comics landscape. Starting off is Rok Comics flagship title – Team M.O.B.I.L.E which[…]


Digital Comics Review: Massacre For Boys Picture Library #1

Batten down the hatches because this one is going to blow your mind! The Massacre For Boys are back in town for the biggest comic we’ve ever produced. Gaze in awe at unstoppable avians in Walking Wounded: Emu War! Follow The Crusader into a blood-soaked factory of death! Admire The Zen Fusilier as he combats[…]


Review: Billy The Pyro #1

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Published on: May 10, 2014

Billy the Pyro is a not-so-normal coming of age story. Having to deal with his abusive and troubled past, Billy tries to just get by any way he can. That’s all about to change though as Billy soon finds out that he has been genetically altered by a government research institute called GAPRI (Genetic Alteration[…]

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