Author: Zoe Tunnell

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REVIEW: Commanders in Crisis #1 Debuts an Exciting Twist on Familiar Heroics

Launching an independent superhero title is a gamble. The western comics market is oversaturated with superheroes and has been for decades. They have invaded every level of pop culture, dominating film and television. They have been portrayed hundreds and hundreds of different ways, making the undeniable success of Steve Orlando and Davide Tinto’s Commanders in…

REVIEW: Legend of Korra: Turf Wars Library Edition is a Worthy Successor to a Beloved Series

It is often bittersweet when a television show goes off the air, especially if it ends on a note that left you wanting more. Many series have tried to address this by offering “official” continuations of canceled shows via comic books, a practice popularized by the successful Buffy the Vampire Slayer run from the mid-00s….

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REVIEW: Fanlee and Spätzle Make Something Perfect is an Imperfect Delight

Fanlee and Spätzle Make Something Perfect is anything but what its title claims. The collection of webcomics from cartoonist Pseudonym Jones published by Silver Sprocket, is messy, inconsistent, and wildly leaps from comedic to tragic sometimes within the same strip. Thankfully, this is precisely what makes the collected five years of comics special, raw, and…

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REVIEW: Strange Skies Over East Berlin’s Terrors are Equally Human and Alien

Is there anything more terrifying than the truth? Strange Skies Over East Berlin, from Jeff Loveness, Lesandro Estherren, Patricio Delpeche, and Steve Wands, asks this question with every dread-inducing page. Following an American spy trapped within a Soviet bunker during the heights of the Cold War, Strange Skies is equal parts chilling extraterrestrial horror and…

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