Making the world a better place through hacking. I’m intrigued with the idea of the story and one of the main characters, Ed Hiccox, but there’s something missing. It’s something I think can be found in the subsequent issues, but I’m pretty sure I won’t be picking them up. Even though it’s not available for […]
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It started off with promise. A mysterious map with signs and symbols and someone chucked into what might have been a hay baler. But the tie-in to the four main characters was a little enh. Some decent one-liners and the story remains interesting, but I can’t say I’m too keen on the characters.
I felt uneasy while reading this. This story features a nasty part of the South, one that I have been fortunate enough to have never encountered. It’s a crime series, though I’m not so sure that the ones committed in this issue are the ones the story will be centered around. The art makes me […]
It was entertaining, good, and cute. So far it’s about a group of girls who follow a mysterious happening into the night while at summer camp. In the woods, they encounter more strange things and manage to defeat (?) them. Their reward is a chorus of beasts warning, “beware the kitten holy.” They make their […]
Here are my selections from comixology’s free offerings for NCBD. James Tynion IV & Michael Dialynas: The Woods #1 Grace Ellis, Noelle Stevenson, & Brooke A. Allen: Lumberjanes #1 Collin Kelly, Jack Lanzing, Alyssa Milano, Ian Herring, & Marcus To: Hacktivist #1 James Asmus, Fred Van Lente, & Kano: The Delinquents #1 Jason Aaron & Jason […]