Vortex reaches its ending as Munroe, Dixon, and Cheron try to make it back to our solar system with Andersen close on their tales. Does it make for a good ending?
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Vortex brings Dixon and Cheron into confrontation with Andersen aboard the Bensen. Unfortunately, Andersen has been busy. Can Dixon stop him? Is it a good read?
Storm King Productions has been delivering comic miniseries co-created by the legendary John Carpenter (for those who have seen my reviews of Vortex) The next installment is The Standoff, a tale from writer David Schow and artist Andres Esparza Details below. JOHN CARPENTER TALES OF SCI FI STANDOFF #1 (OF 5) APR181752 (W) David Schow (A) Andres Esparza (CA) Tim Bradstreet Tattersall Prison[...]
In this installment of Vortex, Dixon and Taylor's team encounters the inky mass that has infested the mining facility. Is it a good read?
John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex #4 continue Dixon and Taylor's exploration of the mining facility. They have been left reeling from the discovery of Sinclair still alive. Is it a good read?
John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: Vortex #3 Review: Further Character Development as Tension Ramps Up
Things take a strange turn on the space station as Dixon and Taylor take a team to investigate the mining facility once more. Does Vortex #3 make for a good read?