Browsing: Micah Myers

In a magical world, a trio of magical siblings will have to travel further than they ever have in order to save their parents.  Your Major Spoilers review of Potions Inc. #1 from Mad Cave Studios, awaits!

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The party split up and without Kezz, they were caught by the lich and cursed. Can they break the curse? Can they make it up to Kezz? Can she help them out of their predicament? Find out in The Last Session #5 from Mad Cave Studios!

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The party has forged ahead without Kezz. Is Cass going to give up on the game where she is not wanted? Can the party survive without Kezz? Find out in The Last Session #4 from Mad Cave Studios!

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Cass jumps into gaming with relish and even though she doesn’t intend it, her character starts driving the game. How will everyone else react? Find out in The Last Session #2 from Mad Cave Studios!

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A gaming group returns to their original campaign. But can they rekindle the magic…and complete the campaign? Find out in The Last Session #1 from Mad Cave Studios!

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Things have been set in motion, and with them come more mysteries and more bloodshed.  Your Major Spoilers review of Lost Falls #3 from ComiXology Originals, awaits!

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Something strange is going on in Lost Falls, and it seems like none of its inhabitants are going to be spared its impact.  Your Major Spoilers review of  Lost Falls #1, awaits!

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Four friends win a trip to New York and land just as another plane crashes, a plane full of creatures turned into monsters. What happens when they meet? Find out in Terminal Punks #1 from Mad Cave Studios!

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One of the great things about reading comics from another country is that the creators there often have different perspectives on things than those of us in the U.S. do. That means I will often go places I’ve never seen before, and I truly enjoy that!

A perfect example of this is Killtopia, a British comic that is truly sci-fi in its nature, asking “what if?” on so many different levels that the book is very, very possible—frighteningly so! I mean, even some of the robots have advertisements and happy faces on them! I have a feeling we’ll see that in real life before too long.

It’s a comic about where we are going and what we just might be doing much sooner than we figure. So look out!

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