‘Danger Zone One, Vol. 2: Law and Disorder’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Danger Zone One, Vol. 2: Law and Order‘ is created by Midnight Publishing with artwork from several illustrators Katsu, Pete Ranosa, Salaix, and Ryo Kawakami. Shortly after stopping a monster from escaping its island prison, rookie cop Reena Saffron and her tough-as-nails partner Madison Wynter find themselves frustrated when the chief refuses to do anything…

‘Galactic Rodents of Mayhem’ Graphic Novel Review

After a long crowdfunding campaign, Galactic Rodents of Mayhem has been released by creator-writer Gilbert Deltrez and artist Sebastian Navas. In a distant region of space, three capybaras, the hot-headed Bash, sleek Mona-Lisa, and the easy-going Ripple are being raised by the salamander mercenary Gan-Gon who is trying to convince them to leave Shadow-Gate, the…

‘Black Hops Volume 4: Bun Is The Loneliest Number’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Black Hops Volume 4: Bun Is The Loneliest Number‘ also known as the Iconic Comics epic crossover ‘Black Hops X Kamen America‘ is created by artist Timothy Lim and writer Mark Pellegrini. Apex Moth and Hare Trigger have allied with Vermillion. Armed with a mysterious artifact, the villains head into the Arizona desert in search…

‘Black Hops Volume 3: Hopocalypse Now’ Graphic Novel Review

Black Hops Volume 3: Hopocalypse Now is created, drawn, and colored by Timothy Lim. It is written by Mark Pellegrini and published through Iconic Comics after a successful crowdfunding effort. Penelope, after going through rigorous training, joins USA GI, Patriot-R, and Rigor Tortuous to rescue a hostage held by the villainous Apex Moth and the…

‘The Chronicles of Panda Khan’ Chapter 1 Comic Book Review

Comic book artists Dave Garcia and writer Monica Sharpe return to their roots with ‘The Chronicles of Panda Khan: Chapter 1‘. With Mickey Clausen handling the colorist duties, Abacus Press brings a comic character gem back to the forefront. According to the synopsis, “The story opens with geneticists manning a research station on the distant…

‘Florida Man’ Volume 1 Graphic Novel Review

Comic book writer Mike Baron is back with a hilarious new comic book ‘Florida Man: Volume 1.’ Featuring an army of incredibly talented artists including Joe Comstock, Pat Broderick, Brett R. Smith, Barry McClain Jr., Elias Martins, Marcelo Salaza, and Todd Mulrooney, get ready for a wild ride in the Sunshine State. Gary Duba is…