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Indie Comic Review: Clockwerx

London, 1899. A series of mysterious deaths on the shipping docks have an ex-Scotland Yard officer on the hunt for clues. What he uncovers is a war between a huge corporation and a renegade group of individuals, with both parties … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: KOMA

Koma imagines an orderly world where everyone has a job. That job is their entire life. For Addidas (not the shoe) and her father, that job and life is being chimney sweeps. They spend their days cleaning chimneys and flues. … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Shadow’s Treasure

A parable is a short story which reveals a Truth. In a few short words, it describes a setting or situation, describes an action, and shows the results. It usually involves a character making a questionable decision and then suffering … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Eros Gone Wild

If there were to be a Survey of European Erotica of the 1990’s course taught at the university level, Eros Gone Wild by Humanoids Publishing could serve as the textbook. With fifty erotic stories spanning a variety of artistic styles … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: John Lord

The graphic novel John Lord is a different kind of mystery. It is not really about who committed a series of gruesome murders. It is not even about how they were committed or why. John Lord is more about being … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Paris Soirees

It is an old adage in writing to show, not tell. For comic books that advice holds particular merit. Paris Soirees takes that advice to heart and skillfully tells five stories without uttering a word. Creators Francois Avril and Philippe … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Armies

Armies by Jean-Pierre Dionnet & Picaret, with art by Jean-Claude Gal is a bold and exciting adventure which straddles the line between the epic stories of Conan and the macabre tales found in Creepy. The magnificently detailed drawings and the … Continue reading

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