• WWAC Reviews: Dream Daddy #4 – Dad vs Dad!

    WWAC Reviews: Dream Daddy #4 – Dad vs Dad!0

    Welcome back again for another group review of Oni Press’s Dream Daddy series! Issue #4 just hit the racks—this time it’s written by C. Spike Trotman, and we’ve got some more thoughts. See previous reviews here, here and here!

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  • Alien 3 #1: Not Bad for an Unproduced Screenplay

    Alien 3 #1: Not Bad for an Unproduced Screenplay0

    Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay #1 Tamra Bonvillain (colors), Daniel Chabon (editor), Johnnie Christmas (story adaptation, art), William Gibson (story), Nate Piekos (letters) Dark Horse Comics November 14, 2018 A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. When James Cameron introduced some badass marines in his follow

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  • When Fiction and Fact Collide in Undertaker: Rise of the Deadman

    When Fiction and Fact Collide in Undertaker: Rise of the Deadman0

    Undertaker: Rise of the Deadman Chad Dundas (writing); Rodrigo Lorenzo, Edu Menna, Serg Acuna, Kelly Williams, Travis Hymel, Tim Lattie, Kendell Goode (art); Weselli Manoel, Vladimir Popov, Doug Garbaok (colors);  Deron Bennett (letters); Cover Art: Oliver Barrettt Boom!Studios October, 2018 With the Undertaker preparing for what’s likely to be a final retirement from the wrestling

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  • The Lumberjanes Find True North in The Infernal Compass

    The Lumberjanes Find True North in The Infernal Compass0

    Lumberjanes: The Infernal Compass Lilah Sturges (writing); Polterink (art); Jim Campbell (letters); Cover Art: Alexa Sharpe Boom! Studios October 17, 2018 What the Rosalind Franklin?! The Lumberjanes is what, and they’re embarking on their first hard-cover adventure with a story about possessed compasses!

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  • Bitter Root #1: A Monstrously Vibrant Swing into the Harlem Renaissance

    Bitter Root #1: A Monstrously Vibrant Swing into the Harlem Renaissance0

    Bitter Root #1 Chuck Brown (writer), Sanford Greene (artist), David F. Walker (writer) Image Comics November 14, 2018 A copy of this comic was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. The 1920s brought the social, intellectual, and artistic explosion known as the Harlem Renaissance in New York. Apparently, unbeknownst to those

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  • An Adventure into The Teenage Subconscious in Alice: From Dream to Dream

    An Adventure into The Teenage Subconscious in Alice: From Dream to Dream0

    Alice: From Dream to Dream Giulio Macaione (writer & artist), Jackie Ball (English adaptation), Guilia Macaione (colorist), Jim Campbell (letterer) BOOM! Studios September 26, 2018 Alice: From Dream to Dream follows a teen girl gifted with the power of entering other people’s dreams. For Alice, however, these powers are more a curse than a gift.

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