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Animosity #15 Review: A Powerful Backstory Issue

Animosity #15 Review: A Powerful Backstory Issue

That sounds like a Saturday-morning cartoon villain motivation and isn’t necessary to justify what Kyle has done.[caption id="attachment_898807" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity #15 art by Rafael de la Torre, Rob Schwager, and Dee Cunniffe[/caption]Rafael de la Torre once again dazzles with his detailed and grounded art style which mixes smooth linework with the dirty color palette[...]

Pestilence: A Story of Satan #2 Review &#8211 Thoroughly Unpleasant

Pestilence: A Story of Satan #2 Review – Thoroughly Unpleasant

The same goes for Rob Schwager's color art It’s fitting for the atmosphere and tone, but it can’t salvage the story.Pestilence: A Story of Satan could be good story, but the need to show the outright grotesque and horrific without understanding how to present such things makes the reading experience near-miserable Steer clear of this[...]

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

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

The waxed socioeconomics are interesting and intelligent, even if the comic relies upon that too much to fill out page space.[caption id="attachment_868516" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity: Evolution #6 art by Eric Gapstur and Rob Schwager[/caption]Eric Gapstur succeeds in constructing another visually appealing issue of Animosity: Evolution The animals continue to be expressive while still looking like[...]


Animosity Evolution #5 Review: Cyber-Animals Unleashed

Animosity Evolution #5 Review: Cyber-Animals Unleashed

Meanwhile, Octavia and Penelope are brought to the crime lord behind both Mya and Fuzu Kazi.[caption id="attachment_829668" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity: Evolution #5 cover by Eric Gapstur Rob Schwager[/caption]It never ceases to amaze me how much political and philosophical theory can be conveyed through a dystopian comic series about talking animals Marguerite Bennett really is one[...]

Animosity #13 Review: The War of Farmers and Bees

Animosity #13 Review: The War of Farmers and Bees

This provides additional personal tension and stakes to an already engaging issue.[caption id="attachment_821167" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity #13 art by Rafael de la Torre and Rob Schwager[/caption]Rafael de la Torre’s artwork succeeds in capturing the tragedy of the battle between the bees and the farm What could have otherwise been violently fun imagery is tempered with[...]

Animosity Evolution #4 Review: Orwellian Nightmares with Talking Animals Once More

Animosity Evolution #4 Review: Orwellian Nightmares with Talking Animals Once More

Adam North meets with the leader in the flesh and metal, Wintermute.[caption id="attachment_796999" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity: Evolution #4 cover by Eric Gapstur and Rob Schwager[/caption]Animosity: Evolution’s depiction of a wider-scale interpretation of Animal Farm begins to really coalesce with #4 The burden and realities of trying to kickstart a new society using the scraps of[...]

Animosity #12 Review: A Slow Plot Saved by its Characters and Small Reveals

Animosity #12 Review: A Slow Plot Saved by its Characters and Small Reveals

In any case, they aren’t entirely sympathetic, and the comic seems to be overlooking that somewhat.[caption id="attachment_786267" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Animosity #12 art by Rafael de la Torre and Rob Schwager[/caption]Rafael de la Torre’s artwork continues to do the comic justice, bringing the characters and world to life in a beautiful manner[...]