Category Archives: Reviews

Multiversity Comics reviews ‘The Thrilling Adventure Hour’!

Still debating if you should pick up a copy of The Thrilling Adventure Hour? Then take a look at Multiversity Comics‘ great article on the graphic novel! Writer, Matthew Meylikhov, provides readers with a fantastic and extremely detailed review as well as …

Graphic Novel Reporter Reviews ‘Strange Attractors’

A dark and gritty science-fiction story, Strange Attractors entices readers with its exciting and innovative plot lines as well as its out-of-this-world artwork! But don’t take our word for it! According to John Hogan from Graphic Novel Reporter, “STRANGE ATTRACTORS is …

C&G Magazine reviews ‘Strange Attractors’

Nicole Rodrigues from Comics & Gaming Magazine read Charles Soule’s Strange Attractors and gave it a great review. Here’s an excerpt of Nicole’s review: “It’s a fascinating concept that is best explained by reading the book. There are more than a few …

Diamond Bookshelf Reviews ‘Iron: Or the War After’

Eric Campos from Diamond Bookshelf reviewed Shane-Michael Vidaurri’s Iron: Or the War After. Here is an excerpt from his favorable write-up: Despite the calm story-book style illustration, this graphic novel delves into very deep themes. It takes on the setting of a …

Panels on Pages Reviews ‘Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand’ in Hidden Gems Column

Ben Gilbert from Panels on Pages gave a shining review of the Eisner Award-winning  Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand. Here is an excerpt from the review: While he mostly worked in the medium of television, Henson’s ultimate goal was to …

‘Crimespree Magazine’ Reviews ‘The Grand Duke’

Jon Jordan of Crimespree Magazine recently recommended The Grand Duke, by Yann and Romain Hugault. Here’s an excerpt from his review: On the first read I was so enthralled by the art I stopped reading and was just turning page after …

Comic Vine reviews ‘Rust: Secrets of the Cell’

Tony Guerrero of Comic Vine reviewed Royden Lepp’s new book, Rust: Secrets of the Cell. He gave it four out of five stars, saying: “This is a great looking book. If you’re looking for ‘something different,’ this is something you …

Nameless Reviews ‘Space: 1999 Aftershock and Awe’

  Paul G. Bens, Jr. from Nameless recently reviewed Space: 1999 Aftershock and Awe, written by Andrew E.C. Gaska and illustrated by Gray Morrow, Miki, and David Hueso. Paul says: “This isn’t a drive-by reaction, not some slapping on of …

Unspeakable Gibberer Reviews ‘Where’s My Shoggoth?’

Unspeakable Gibberer reviewed Ian Thomas and Adam Bolton’s new book, Where’s My Shoggoth?, and gave it 5 out of 5! Here’s a bit from the review: “Ian Thomas and Adam Bolton (who is enjoying this as his first publication) have brilliantly created …

Newsarama Reviews ‘Hopeless, Maine’

Rob McMonigal from Newsarama has reviewed Hopeless, Maine by Tom and Nimue Brown, giving it a 7 out of 10! Here’s some of what he had to say about the gothic graphic novel: “What makes Hopeless, Maine move out of the …