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Review: DAMSEL Is A Perfect Example Of Why Less Is Often More

The Zellner brothers Damsel is a whimsical take on westerns which is so far removed from what audiences are accustom to it distracts from wonderful cinematography and standout moments in the film. 

Review: THE YEAR OF SPECTACULAR MEN Is Relatable And Sublime

The Year Of Spectacular Men offers an intriguing look at the ties that bind a family and the emotions which can threaten it’s balance.

Review: THE WHISPER Wave 1 Reminds Us Why We Love Comics

The Whisper Wave 1 is an independent anthology comic compiled and illustrated by Jamie Jones, with stories written by Jones, Vita Ayala, Matthew Jones, Ryan...

Diving into Ocean City #1: A Charming Throwback to Yesteryear

Ocean City is the latest release from Dublin-based, Rogue Comics. This book represents a number of firsts for the young indie publisher. It marks...

2018 DICE Awards Recap: Nintendo Dominates As Zelda Wins GOTY

Nintendo reigned supreme at the 21st Annual DICE Awards in Las Vegas on Thursday night.  Among the publisher's 11 wins, four were for Zelda: Breath...

One Limb Left: What If Life Came With A Season Pass

When it comes to video games nowadays, many come with some form of a season pass.  As many AAA developers and publishers gate off...

YI SOON SHIN: A Comic Book Where History Unfolds In Epic And Gruesome Ways

In epic fashion, Yi Soon Shin tells the tale of a Korean Naval Admiral's fight to save his people against invading Japanese forces. The...

Dynamite’s GREEN HORNET Receiving Relaunch From Amy Chu

Amy Chu is bringing back one of the oldest characters in comics, the Green Hornet.  Though the character has been around since 1936 and has...

Indie Comic Book ‘Cocaine Cowboys’ Seamlessly Weaves Fact And Fiction

A realtor from Florida collects stories from his clients and it inspires Cocaine Cowboys, a book that’s part 80s drug-running tale and part coming-of-age....