post-apocalypse


Animosity #15 cover by Rafael de la Torre and Marcelo Maiolo

Animosity #15 Review: A Powerful Backstory Issue

We learn the life story of Kyle and how he came to be the man he is. He was a victim of human trafficking and only saved because the boat carrying he and the other victims wrecked just off shore. He was put into the adoption system, and he was often left behind. He noticed […]

Coda #3 cover by Matias Bergara

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

Sir Hum's Pentacorn has been poisoned, and the former bard himself has been left behind as the attack on Ridgetown begins. He seeks help from the mad sorcerer, but Hum must find his own way out of the trap. Before long, the Pentacorn has been healed and is angrier than ever, and Sir Hum and […]

Zinnober #2 cover by Ralf Singh and Nic Chapuis

Zinnober #2 Review: Improving but Still Troubled

James, Claire, and the scientist are in a standoff with the dragon cultists. The cultist speaker claims to be peaceful, even now that James has shot his hand. However, James and Claire don't trust them and leave at the first opportunity. Our trio of wanderers return to the surface to retrieve Claire's gun. They find […]

Animosity: Evolution #6 cover by Eric Gapstur and Guy Major

Animosity: Evolution #6 Review – Ghost in the Animals in the Machine

Ten Lex Animata are dead because of the Leopard, Penny, and Octavia. The City by the Sea is falling into chaos because its people are starving. Wintermute is wounded and at the mercy of Dr. North's kindness. North himself is also on the hunt for those responsible for the Animata's death. Gwendolyn Yi and the […]

Coda #2 by Matias Bergara

Coda #2 Review: Unreliable Narrator and a Unreliable Wizard

Sir Hum was unable to escape Ridgetown with the Ylf they had chained up in their vault. The mayor caught him and was ready to execute the former bard. Thankfully, his Pentacorn was able to raise enough Hell that Hum was able to get off with an exile. He next finds a tower with a […]

Coda #1 cover by Matias Bergara

Coda #1 Review: Apocalypse Meets Dungeons & Dragons

There used to be magic in the world. Then a self-proclaimed dark lord destroyed all the magic. A former travelling bard calling himself X and called Sir Hum by others is trying to get his wife back from one of the warlord gangs running rampant across the world. Hum finds a settlement in a fortress […]