A discredited Mulder is held prisoner by his childhood friend, Gibson Praise, while Scully considers joining the Cigarette Smoking Man in order to rescue Mulder.
Publisher: Image Comics Writer: Ales Kot Artist: Langdon Foss Colours: Jordie Bellaire Designer: Tom Muller Letters: Clayton Cowles The Surface is without a doubt the most mind boggling… Read more »
The “Syndicate” that long bedeviled Agents Mulder and Scully has returned with old faces and a new leader. For what new secrets will they fight and kill? And what will become of the X-Files once those secrets are laid bare? The end is here!
In this issue of “They’re Not Like Us”, Blurgirl is having nightmares about her parents and talks about them with Syd. Meanwhile, The Voice and Maisie wonder about her.
Zero#15 is a chapter in the series unlike any of the others in that the third person narrative lifts the series into a form of meta fiction rather than a linear piece of a lightly grounded fiction.
Publisher: Image Comics Writer: Ales Kot Artist: Langdon Foss Colours: Jordie Bellaire Designer: Tom Muller Letters: Clayton Cowles Starting off, this is a new series, not a normal comic… Read more »
In this issue of They’re Not Like Us, Syd is learning to use her telepathic powers and coming to terms with her new life. But there’s one thing she still needs to do…
Zero #14 again reinvents the themes shown per issue of the series. We have seen multiple POV’s , sedate issues, flashbacks and verbal interactions. Zero # 14 lets its actions speak louder than words, giving a visual spectacular rather than verbal.
Autumnlands: Tooth & Claw #3 continues to be the type of comic book envisioned by people who poke fun at people who read comic books.
The start of the issue is wrought with angst as Agent Zero and Sophie confront a group of trained killers. What ensues is a brief moment of doubt on Sophie’s part ,a high octane action sequence and some the best colouring available in comics.