Dillon Gilbertson has openly spoken the fact that Sweet Heart #1’s monstrosities represent his own struggles with diabetes, but the first issue quickly establishes itself as an analogy for the many mental and physical horrors that plague us.
A robbery, a dead dame, and an ancient brooch set all of Spider-Man Noir’s senses tingling. To solve this mystery, our friendly neighbourhood 1930s Spider-Man is going to have to leave his comfort zone.
Welcome back for Kate and Rachel’s second review of the X-Men/Fantastic Four miniseries! You can find the review of the first issue, here.
There is very little information on the Irish pirate known as Anne Bonny, save what Captain Charles Johnson’s A General History of the Pyrates has to offer, which leaves so much for writer Stephanie Williams and artist Craig Cermak to play with in A Man Among Ye. With a collected trade coming soon from Top…