‘Kamen America Volume 5: Success and Nobleness’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Kamen America Volume 5: Success and Nobleness’ is the next chapter of the indie comic book series written by Mark Pellegrini with artwork from Timothy Lim. Like its predecessor, it was released under their Iconic Comics banner and funded through a successful crowdfunding campaign which, in full disclosure, I supported. Carly Vanders is working overtime…

‘Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon‘ is a superhero graphic novel written by Scott McCullough with artwork by Douglas Franchin. It was released under the Reconstruction imprint of DKRS Productions. After an alien invasion, the world’s greatest hero Silver Falcon has been killed. His daughter Jessie mourns with the world, but despite his having his powers,…

‘Kamen America Volume 4: Scars and Bars’ Graphic Novel Review

‘Kamen America Volume 4: Scars and Bars’ is the final entry of the “Stars and Strife” saga of the series written by Mark Pellegrini with artwork from Timothy Lim. It was published under their Iconic Comics imprint and, in full disclosure, I supported the crowdfunding campaign. After discovering that their friend and ally Vicki Kaminski…

‘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…

‘Phobias’ Review- A Disjointed Horror Film

‘Phobias‘ is anthology film with each segment directed by a different filmmaker. Camilla Belle (“Hoplophobia”), Maritte Lee Go (“Vehophobia”), Joe Sill (“Robophobia”), Chris von Hoffmann (“Ephebiphobia”), and Jess Varley who directed two segments (“Outpost 37”, “Atelophobia”) all contributed. Johnny (Leonardo Nam) is a computer expert who takes care of his father Jung-Soo (Steve Park) when…

Eric July: “Let It Slide” Music Review

Eric July, known for his pop culture commentary on the YouTube channel YoungRippa59, drops the new single “Let It Slide” from his upcoming mixtape ‘Rap Circle’ from his band BackWordz. I will be honest, I am a total normie when it comes to rap music. My favorite music is rock, so I came into this…

“Wall-Might: Gold Standard” Graphic Novel Review

Timothy Lim and Mark Pellegrini released a collection of their satirical comic in the graphic novel ‘Wall-Might: Gold Standard.’ The story provides hilarious parody of manga, Star Wars, Marvel Comics, and other pop culture staples. The collection includes “My Hero MAGAdemia,” “First Term: Part 2,” “The Magalorian,” and a bonus side-story for Flotus titled “Gop-lin…