Lottie begins to make peace with Charlene but Coolgirl shows up just in time to potentially ruin any chance these two had of becoming friends. What is it about Coolgirl that gives her so much power over Lottie’s life?
Part two of Kinker Korner’s list of the best comic book movies is here. See if your favourites make the list……try not to get angry, life’s too short.
Comic book movies are all the rage these days but which ones make the list in this edition of Kinker Korner? I suck at clickbait…..just have a look if you fancy. Cheers.
Lottie deals with the backlash of the Charlene incident at Normgirl’s engagement party. She also can’t shake the night she met Coolgirl out of her head.
In Violent Love #1 we learn the tragic and interesting backstory of Daisy Jane, one half of an infamous lover criminal duo.
Following a confrontation with James Miller and extremist terrorist Thornton in Eden, James’ friends are left figuring out what they’re supposed to do now.
The confrontation between Joel, his faithless wife, and the gangsters who want her dead is finally reached in Midnight of the Soul’s concluding issue.
Lottie, Snotgirl, must attend the party of her friend Meg Foster, Normgirl, but can Lottie endure the presence of her ex-boyfriend’s current love interest without causing a scene? And that’s not the only face of interest Lottie sees at this party.
James Miller is captured in Eden but the criminal town’s mayor, Laura Shiffron, is fairly reasonable and willing to make a deal with the ex-FBI agent as long as he agrees to her terms.
Mirror: The Mountain is the drama of a colony of human mage-scientists and the rebellion of the sentient anthropomorphic animal beings they created and mistreated.