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Red Sonja #20 Review: Decent Leads Held Back by an Underwhelming Plot

Red Sonja #20 Review: Decent Leads Held Back by an Underwhelming Plot

I like that the book has a sense of humor, but when the main plot is already a bit clichéd and flawed, poking fun at some of the details doesn’t compel me to come along for the ride.[caption id="attachment_911130" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Red Sonja #20 art by Carlos Gomez, Vincenzo Federici, and Mohan[/caption]Carlos Gomez and Vincenzo[...]

Savage Tales: Vampirella #1 Review &#8211 Dumb Bloody B-Movie Fun

Savage Tales: Vampirella #1 Review – Dumb, Bloody, B-Movie Fun

Bone, Fernando Ruiz, Daniel HDR, and Mohan[/caption]The art in the main story is split across Anthony Marques, J Bone, Fernando Ruiz, and Daniel HDR The art from before Vampirella arrives in the city looks far better, as it has an appealing Bruce Timm-esque vibe to it That’s not to say the remainder of the art[...]

Pathfinder Spiral of Bones #1 Review: High Fantasy Fun for People Who Like RPGs

Pathfinder Spiral of Bones #1 Review: High Fantasy Fun for People Who Like RPG's

Diego Galindo and Mohan’s artwork holds together well in this section.[caption id="attachment_818361" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones #1 art by Tom Garcia and Morgan Hickman[/caption]Tom Garcia’s artwork in the main story is up for the task There isn’t a lot of detail except on the occasional suit of armor or scroll[...]

Leandro Oliveiras Process Art For Pathfinder: Origins Cover

Leandro Oliveira's Process Art For Pathfinder: Origins Cover

This is the cover to Pathfinder: Origins #4 by Leandro Oliveira and colorist Mohan This is the B cover The issue is written by James L Sutter and drawn by Oliveira. In the sadistic land of Nidal, the god of torture reigns, and terror is a way of life When the martial artist Sijan tracks his[...]