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Erli & Kromi--No End

First Impressions: Erli & Kromi’s No End

To start, it began as a storytelling role play and it’s pretty interesting. The Zombie Apocalypse happened. It’s been some years–more than a generation–since and humans have left the urban areas to the zombies and have established walled militarized zones in the more rural areas. In addition to the zones, there are outposts and such where […]

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{robotsharks} Sharp Zero

First Impressions: Robotsharks’ Sharp Zero

An array of secret, gender, sexual, and ethnic identities come together to… well, I don’t know quite yet, but they’re cute, smart, funny, hot, engaging, and pretty awesome while they’re doing it. In a world where supers are the norm, shortybop in the front there–uh, his name is actually Elliot, but I can’t resist calling […]

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First Impressions: Molly Brooks’ Sanity & Tallulah – Plucky Teen Girl Space Detectives #1

It does what it reads on the tin. Sanity (red jumper) and Tallulah (yellow jumper) are, in fact, plucky teen girls who–one a bit more than the other–fancy themselves detectives of a sort in the star-spangled, asteroid and refuse-populated bluey-blackness of space. Sanity is the more for-the-benefit-of-science-minded voice of sound reason, while Tallulah is the […]

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First Impressions: John Allison’s Expecting To Fly #1

Shelley’s going through some things and rather than consult with her parents to suggest counselling, her school’s principle asks a student in her class to befriend her because she’s vulnerable. …Okay, I guess. So, Ryan, the student, and Shelley don’t seem to hate each other and she’s seems marginally receptive to his presence so, they […]

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