Browsing: AfterShock Comics

AfterShock Comics AfterShock Comics, Frank Tieri, zombie, pestilence, black plague, Oleg Okunev, terror, church, Fiat Lux,
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Pestilence #1 Review

You’ve got to admit it – zombies are still HOT, no matter what time period they’re found in. Take, for example, Pestilence #1 from AfterShock Comics. It examines the zombie phenomenon from the perspective of an era of faith rather than one of modern-day science.

AfterShock Comics AfterShock, Comics, dogs, cats, bears, Animosity, Marguerite Bennett, Rafael De Latorre, Rob Schwager, Sandor, Jesse, animals
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Animosity #1 REVIEW

Once again, the great sci-fi question gets asked and answered – That is, “What if?” We all feel quite an attachment to our pets and other animals! But what if that wasn’t necessarily the case coming from them? This series explores their relationships to us and to each other, and it’s quite gripping!

AfterShock Comics AfterShock Comics, Second Sight, David Hine, Alberto Ponticelli, John Kalisz, Ray Pilgrim, Toni, Tess, horror, supernatural, murder, mystery, Bulletproof Coffin, Spawn, Image, X-Men, Inhumans, Marvel, Batman, DC Comics, remote viewing
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Second Sight #1 Review

When you mix murder and the supernatural, it makes a heinous act even worse, in my opinion. After all, when a living being removes the life of another for whatever reason, it’s bad enough. But when an extra-natural element gets involved, it makes it even creepier! This book explores what it would be like to be able to observe a murder as if you were doing it yourself! I know I’d have a tough time with that, so imagine what the lead character of this comic feels!

AfterShock Comics AfterShock Comics, Justin Jordan, Replica, Strayer, monster hunter, Mala, Juan Gedeon, Tamra Bonvillain, Luther Strode, Mike Marts, Viking, monsters, magic, technology, profit
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Strayer #1 Review

If you’ve read my recent review of Replica #1, you know that I am really high on AfterShock Comics. They continue to release excellent books, and the latest of these is called Strayer, and I really enjoyed its debut issue.