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Review Herakles Book 2 Review
Herakles Book 2 Review 8.7

The heroic journey of the epic hero known as Herakles continues! Having finished the first eight challenges laid out by King Eurystheus. Is he up to the challenge to continue, or will the King continue to doubt his nature as a demigod? Herakles Book 2 is available now from Lion Forge Press and The Magnetic Collection.

Review Catalyst Prime Kino #11 Review
Catalyst Prime Kino #11 Review 8.3

Alistair Meath has returned, but to a world where a conspiracy theorist is in power, someone else is leading his life, and panic attacks set off his powers. What is at the bottom of it all?

Review Quincredible #1 Review
Quincredible #1 Review 8.3

Gifted a power by the recent meteor shower which hit New Orleans, high school sophomore Quin received abilities beyond anything he had even known. Now he has to figure out what to do: help others, or hide his abilities? Quin’s journey starts in Quincredible #1 from Lion Forge.

Cellies #5 Review

After calling out at work to go to the annual Shocktober Nights celebration and lying to her parents about working at the store, Rey asks Devin to convince Parker to pose as her boss when her parents come to confront her about leaving their teenage daughter alone at night after hours. But can Devin convince Parker to play along, or will Rey’s lies blow up in their faces? Check out this review of Cellies #5 from Lion Forge.

Rolled and Told #1 Review

Sometimes a big, multi-session campaign that lasts for the entire career of your character is just not what you want. It’s nice to occasionally have a quick side quest or a little mini-adventure just to change gears. This month, Lion Forge’s Quillion imprint has got you covered with Rolled & Told #1.

Lion Forge Comics Upgrade Soul
Upgrade Soul optioned by Aperture Entertainment

Just ahead of the release of Ezra Claytan Daniels’s Upgrade Soul, for which he was the recipient of the 2017 McDuffie Award for Diversity in Comics, Lion Forge has announced that the moving work of interactive science fiction will be developed by My Friend Dahmer producer Adam Goldworm’s Aperture Entertainment, with Ezra Claytan Daniels to serve as an executive producer.

Featured Noble #11 Review
Noble #11 Review

David and Astrid begin to make plans for the coming of more specials and start off with trying to recruit some whom they have bad blood. And while the streets of North Carolina become a battleground, Noble finds he faces a threat directed at not only himself but the people he has sworn to protect. It’s all in Noble #11 from Lion Forge.

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