Browsing: Magdalene Visaggio

Review Doctor Mirage #5 Review 7.7

Doctor Mirage #5 Review

Is Shan Fong Mirage dead? Is there a way out of the afterlife she and Grace have fallen into? And who is trying to connect with her through all of this? Find out in Dr. Mirage #5, out now from Valiant Entertainment.

Review Dr. Mirage #3 Review 7.3

Dr. Mirage #3 Review

Dr. Mirage uses her magic to connect with Grace’s mind, to see what she sees in the hopes of seeing Hwen again. She gets more than she bargained for in Dr. Mirage #3 from Valiant Entertainment.

Review Dr. Mirage #2 Review 8.0

Dr. Mirage #2 Review

Having lost her connection to ghosts, Shan Fong Mirage feels incredibly isolated. Can a possibly delusional young lady help her understand what is going on in her own soul? Find out in Dr. Mirage #2!

Sneak Peek Doctor Mirage #2

[Preview] Doctor Mirage #2

Death was no obstacle for Doctor Mirage, who could speak to the departed. But what happens if she’s one of the deceased? Find out in Doctor Mirage #2 from Valiant Entertainment.

Sneak Peek Strangelands #1

[Preview] Strangelands

Humanoids has released this sneak peek of Strangelands #1 from co-writers Magdalene Vissagio and Darcie Little Badger, with art from Guillermo Sanna.

Sneak Peek Morning in America #2

[Preview] Morning in America #2

The Sick Sisters know there’s something wrong in their small town of Tucker, Ohio and they are going to do something about it in Morning in America #2 from Oni Press.


Where were you in 1981?

IDW Publishing has announced writer Magdalene Visaggio and artist Marley Zarcone are take you back to 1981, and the ultimate party at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in a four-issue mini-series, Marilyn Manor.

Review Morning in America #1

[Preview] Morning in America #1

Oni Press releases Morning in America #1 this week! Take the jump for a sneak peek of the issue that finds a small town inundated with monsters.

Review 8.0

New Talent Showcase 2018 #1 Review

Breaking into comics is hard, and some publishers set up programs to help them uncover new talent. DC Comics, publisher of some of the greatest superheroes in the world, has such a program, and once a year they give space to the creators of tomorrow who made it.

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