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Coda #3 Review: The Giant with a Fortress on its Back

Coda #3 Review: The Giant with a Fortress on its Back

Soldiers are riding birds and strafing the city, the giant is dragging his massive fortress, and the Pentacorn gets the chance to tear through a column of raiders.There is an ending twist I didn’t expect either, and it is pretty damn interesting.[caption id="attachment_898716" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Coda #3 art by Matias Bergara and Michael Doig[/caption]As always,[...]

Coda #2 Review: Unreliable Narrator and a Unreliable Wizard

Coda #2 Review: Unreliable Narrator and a Unreliable Wizard

The apocalyptic setting of the world continues to throw out surprises and creative concepts not pursued by many fantasy comics.[caption id="attachment_868111" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Coda #2 art by Matias Bergara and Michael Doig[/caption]Matias Bergara’s artwork is brilliant and incredibly well suited to the kind of story Coda aims to tell The world he crafts is strange,[...]

Coda #1 Review: Apocalypse Meets Dungeons &#038 Dragons

Coda #1 Review: Apocalypse Meets Dungeons & Dragons

Thankfully, the story flows smoothly once again not long afterwards.[caption id="attachment_841533" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Coda #1 art by Matias Bergara and Michael Doig[/caption]Matias Bergara’s artwork is distinct and appealing The world of Coda is unique in both concept and execution, and Bergara’s artwork both helps create and perpetuate the atmosphere of this decimated fantasy world[...]