Things are ramping up as we hit the teens (never acceptable) of the best fights in comics!.
Obadiah Horn confronts Hip Flask and the other people who want the golden elephant. But between the two elephantmen there is some history…
The war between Promethean and the Elephantmen seems to be over; now we follow Hip Flask in his train of thought, towards his friend Farrell’s office.
Turncoat #1 transports us to a stunningly realised futuristic world, and a story that’s both intelligent and compelling.
A police detective has some personal issues – while a super-villain called Oxymoron tries to destroy what doesn’t make sense in the city. Which is everything.
In Victorie City #2, the comic’s potentially engaging story continues to be let down by cliched characters and issues with the artwork.
Victorie City #1 has the makings of a gripping noir crime story, but is hamstrung by cliche and stock characters.
The man without fear has been involved in many classic stories so let’s see the best of the best.
Black Market #3 Created and Written by Frank J Barber Illustrated and Cover by Victor Santos Colours by Ed Dukeshire Design by Kelsey Dieterich The world of Black Market is basically this,… Read more »
Two cops, one young and eager and the other old and world-weary, face a challenging mystery on the Fuse, a huge space station that is also a city.