Reviews

REVIEW: Killeroo GANGWARS #4

Killeroo: GANGWARS #4 OZONE STUDIOS | 64 pages B&W Writers: Various Artists: Various Editors: Darren Close & RW Adams Cover: Camillo Di Pietrantonio & Graeme Jackson Variant: Louie Joyce   Firstly, I take my hat off to Darren Close and Ryan Wilton for assembling the talent contained in this series, …

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REVIEW: NSEW #4

NSEW #4  Story: Ben Michael Byrne Art: Bryan Coyle, Mladen Luketin, Jack West-Oram, Dave Snell, Ben Michael Byrne FOR YOUR OWN GOOD, JUDGE THIS BOOK BY ITS COVER Creator and writer Ben Michael Byrne has laid out an overwhelmingly complex universe, but there are clues, literal symbols, and events that …

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REVIEW: The Demon #5

THE DEMON #5 Story & Art: Matt Kyme Cover B by Matthew Dunn   STRANGE THINGS HAPPEN IN THE NIGHT-TIME HOURS ‘The Demon’ by Matt Kyme is an odd duck of a comic, but one that will warm the heart of the older comic story aficionado, and hopefully inspire the …

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REVIEW: XCT #4

By Ben Kooyman As a reviewer of Australian comics, I read a lot of #0s and #1s, but not a whole lot of second or subsequent issues. That’s part of the nature of the gig, but it’s also unfortunately symptomatic of local comics publishing: #2s and #3s tend not to …

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REVIEW: The Last Paper Route #1–2

Mikey Williams and his buddy Arv are paperboys, delivering copies of The Quotidian Harbinger to finance their comic shop expenditure. A new delivery opportunity arises in route A2-DCB, the biggest delivery district in Harbour City. However, Mikey and Arv soon discover the district is brimming with eccentric characters, dangerous turns, and mystery surrounding the disappearance of the last A2-DCB paperboy.

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REVIEW: Hail #4-5

Hail is a superhero comic about Lena, a woman who crumbles into shards of glass whenever she experiences anxiety. After a violent confrontation with a serial killer, Lena begins to question her ability to fight crime on top of her basic daily responsibilities.

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