Category Archives: Reviews

‘Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard’ is an Anthology that ‘wets the appetite for more’

Buy Indie Comics’ Astra Price reviews ‘Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard’; which is an anthology series featuring the work of artists and storytellers handpicked by series creator David Petersen, including Jeremy Bastian, Katie Cook, Guy Davis, Lowell Francis, Gene Ha, Alex …

‘Mouse Guard: The Black Axe’ #5 is ‘completely engaging’

‘Mouse Guard: The Black Axe’ #5 went on sale last week and Comic Book Resources’ Kelly Thompson, reviews Peterson’s newest released ‘Mouse Guard’ tale. As usual with “Mouse Guard,” Peterson’s art is lovely and he merges his writing and art …

Tom Siddell talks about ‘Gunnerkrigg Court’

‘Gunnerkrigg Court’ is a webcomic that has been available online since 2005. Newsarama takes time to learn the world of ‘Gunnerkrigg Court’ as Zack Smith interviews the creator, Tom Siddell. Sine 2005, ‘Gunnerkrigg Court’ has received international acclaim from such …

Archaia’s ‘Mumbai Confidential’ “deserves the hype”

Avril Brown of Comics Waiting Room brings us her review of Archaia’s ‘Mumbai Confidential’, a hardboiled crime-noir tale set in Mumbai. Arjun Kadam is a man who has been through hell. Within the first two issues readers are teased with glimpses …

FutureDude reviews ‘Space: 1999′: ‘not your typical sci-fi comic book.’

In Matthew Wilkins recent review of ‘Space:1999‘ on the website FutureDude, he writes: This is not your typical sci-fi comic book. It’s a slow-burn style mystery — on the Moon. Koenig is also not your typical hero. He’s a forward-thinking, careful …

Archaia’s ‘Mumbai Confidential’ is a ‘Slick, Pulpy Thrill’

Russ Burlingame of comicbook.com writes about the first volume of Archaia’s ‘Mumbai Confidential’, which is a hardboiled crime-noir tale set in Mumbai and told through the eyes of Arjun Kadam, a washed-out drug-addicted ex-cop. This book is absolutely gorgeous. It’s cinematic, …

FLAMES RISING REVIEWS ‘OKKO: CYCLE OF AIR’ #1

It stands well on its own, though reading the other cycles in the series (Water and Earth) and knowing some of the background of the setting will no doubt lend more fluidity to the events of the story.

BLOGCRITICS BOOKS REVIEWS ‘TUMOR’

TUMOR finally makes its way to print after dominating the charts on Amazon’s Kindle. The novel…not only collects the entire story, but a host of extras are bundled with it to make this a must buy.