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Advanced Review: Rexodus TPB

Rexodus TPBDinosaur adventures in space!

The Black Blood is unleashed upon the earth again, and Amber must save her father—and the world—with the aid of the only other Black Blood survivor, Kelvin Sauridon, a dinosaur from the past. In this high-stakes adventure, can they put aside their differences long enough to save the planet they both called home?

* A grand adventure for all ages!* A new hero is born!

Writer: James Farr
Penciller: Jon Sommariva
Cover Artist: Jon Sommariva
Genre: Action/Adventure, Fantasy

  • Publication Date: June 24, 2015
  • Format: FC, 112 pages; TPB, 6” x 9”
  • Price: $12.99
  • Age range: 8
  • ISBN-10: 1-61655-448-7
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-61655-448-4

It seems we had history all wrong. In this book, history comes blasting back into the 21st century. It seems that children of all creations have parents that are larger than life. In this case, it was one selfless act that saved an entire civilization. Intelligent dinosaurs. Who knew? Continue reading Advanced Review: Rexodus TPB

Advanced Review: Negative Space #1

Writer: Owen Gieni

Artist: Ryan K. Lindsay

On sale July 8, FOC June 15

What if you felt that the world was falling apart around you? What if it was being taken apart without you knowing? What if you didn’t know that with you being alive ensured the survival of the human race? All this, and you’re just trying to find your place in the world. And a weird creature being monitored by a highly advanced agency tracking your every move.

Continue reading Advanced Review: Negative Space #1

New Comics for May 13th, 2015

Each and every Wednesday sees brand new comic books hit store shelves, and we have your complete list of everything from Marvel, DC, Image, and all the publishers you know and love. To find a comic book retailer in your area go to Comic Shop Locator. Now, on to the list, courtesy of PreviewsWorld.com! Continue reading New Comics for May 13th, 2015

Review: Fight Club 2 #1

Story: Chuck Palahniuk
Art: Cameron Stewart (art), Dave Stewart (colours)

At last! After so much anticipation and so, so very long, we finally get a sequel to the violent, blood-soaked ode to anarchy and madness. And unlike a lot of comics nowadays, this is very much written by the man himself. The thing with such projects though – the hype can be deadly. Does it live up? Do we expect too much? Is it good enough to be worthy of the legacy? Read on and find out.

The Basics:

Ten years after starting Project Mayhem, Tyler Durden lives… a mundane life. A kid, a wife. Pills to keep his destiny at bay. But it won’t last long, the wife has seen to that. The time has come . . . Rize or Die.

BE WARNED! THERE BE SPOILERS AHEAD! Skip to Verdict to avoid the same! Continue reading Review: Fight Club 2 #1