Time Corps is a science fiction series from Venice, California-based publisher Wunderman Comics, offering a dramatic slant on what happens after we die and the challenges keeping time moving in the right direction. If you die without having done enough good or bad to earn a final disposition in your spiritual system and you might end[...]
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Irrational Numbers: Subtraction concludes with Pythagoras confronts his descendant Vampyr Nation, readying itself for a new plan. Is it a good read?
Wunderman Comics aren't as easy to track down as the other publishers, but the entire run of Scoundrel is available digitally on Amazon and Google Books. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] Hector's debauchery reaches an all-time high as his drug use intensifies, he parties every day, and this is all done without the safety net of the[...]
Scoundrel continues with Hector Hernandez taking part in the Long Beach Grand Prix and preparing for Cinco de Mayo. Is it a good read?
Scoundrel follows a restaurant heir named Hector Hernandez, whose parents have died. With his newfound wealth, Hector serves his id. Is it a good read?
Review: I can’t say that 'Irrational Numbers: Subtraction' is worth your money. It does what countless vampire society stories before it have done already.