I’d definitely recommend Conspiracy of Ravens to all, but more than that, this is one of those gateway books, and those need celebrating and promoting above and beyond. So yes,[…]
There are four tales here, each illustrated by a different artist. Number 13 by George Kambadais, Count Magnus by Abigail Larson, Oh, Whistle and I’ll Come To You, My Lad,[…]
Ghost Stories of an Antiquary Vol 2 is reviewed on The Slings & Arrows Graphic Novel Guide.
The very first review of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary Vol 2 is up now on the Starburst Magazine website (and we’re very pleased to say it’s a great one).[…]
This is pretty much an info/link dump I’m afraid, but if you’re looking at this site it’s all stuff you should find interesting. Apologies if you’ve already seen all this[…]
It’s no secret that Dynamite Entertainment’s series Damsels has been clever from its outset in 2012, taking the cloying appropriation of fairytale princesses in pop culture and children’s literature not[…]
Preview pages via comicvine.com Advance reviews This creative team is presenting this tale as intelligently as conceivably possible, with gorgeously profound art and captivating aims. – The Lottery Party Overall,[…]
Moore & Reppion aren’t the only comic book writers to tackle Holmes and Watson but I daresay they’ve done the best job of it – What’cha Reading? These characters are[…]
We’re currently in the midst of a long-running Sherlock Holmes media explosion, from the Guy Ritchie films starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, to the hit BBC series SHERLOCK,[…]
Damsels #3 is a solid comic book that continues to push its narrative forward as the creative teams ushers in its next logical phase. Recommended. – Unleash the Fanboy If[…]
Team Mooreppion continue spinning their web well, with the rich mythology of this new world coming to form in teasing piecemeal. The world grows, as does its history, creating a[…]
When I opened this comic book to begin my review, I can honestly say I didn’t really know what to expect from this second outing. Would it maintain the quality[…]
There are most assuredly some story beats in play here far from the long list of familiar tropes in mainstream comics, and I think it’s all off to a wonderful[…]
Leah Moore and John Reppion, aided by some beautiful art by Aneke, do a remarkable job of creating a richly realized fairy tale world that manages to avoid most of the genre’s more obvious clichés and uses its characters in surprising ways. Damsels is a fantasy likely to appeal to the widest possible audience.
There’s been a rash of fairytales-in-the-real-world of late from Fables to Grimm to Once Upon A Time, but this is not that. This is closer to Terry Pratchett’s Discworld or[…]