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Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4 Review &#8211 I Am Alice Man

Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4 Review – I Am Alice Man

President Roosevelt and Annie Oakley arrive not long after to aid in the fight Meanwhile, Harry Houdini is in the clutches of death itself in the dead realm, but Jack Johnson pulls a gambit to pull the magician out of the predicament.[caption id="attachment_846678" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4 cover by Patrick Olliffe[...]

Rough Riders Ride or Die #3 Review: Leans into Melodrama and Tropes

Rough Riders Ride or Die #3 Review: Leans into Melodrama and Tropes

Among such moments is a protracted shouting-match between Teddy Roosevelt and Annie Oakley wherein Teddy pulls the, “It’s too dangerous to follow me,” line.Frankly, the problems in this comic aren’t too damaging, but this comic didn’t have much going for it in the first place It’s a fun historical fiction twist on the League of[...]

Rough Riders Ride or Die #2 Review: Historical Fiction with Actual H. P. Lovecraft

Rough Riders Ride or Die #2 Review: Historical Fiction with Actual H. P. Lovecraft

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Rough Riders are confronted with a series of bizarre and dangerous events. Oakley and Edison are attacked by reanimated cadavers. Eastman is attacked by an unusually spry maid with a knife, and it's up to Johnson to save him. Meanwhile, Roosevelt and Houdini become more acquainted with H. P. Lovecraft. Rough Riders: […]