Melissa confronts her new lover Orlando, who says he’s a member of “the Discipline”, whatever it is. And he threatens her sister if she leaves him…
Publisher: IDW Writer: Beau Smith Art: Lora Innes Colours: Jay Fotos Letterer:Robbie Robbins Wynonna Earp was a cliched 90’s comic series that epitomised the decades perception of the Action Girl trope. Scantly clad in… Read more »
In this issue of Wayward, the defeated Yurei regather in order to start building up their counterattack.
Still finding himself in the political climate, nothing seems to have changed for Gregori Rasputin since 1916, he may have said goodbye to the motherland but the blood, the bullets and the intrigue remain.
With a few months of downtime, Rasputin raises not from the dead but more of a “mid-season hiatus” as Rasputin #6 opens the second arc of the acclaimed historical-supernatural Image Comics series.
This issue of Wayward opens with a flashback in which a village gets attacked by demons looking for a specific girl. In the present, the dirt spiders join our heroes.
With East of West pressing further on into the “The Apocalypse: Year Two” the second part of this post apocalyptic series continuing onwards, the focus now shifts to a smaller scale: to the duo of Babylon and Balloon, rather than the intense multi-plotted structure experienced throughout the majority of the series.
In the final chapter to its first arc, can Rathraq regain his body or will he be betrayed yet again? Find out in Rumble #5
Another month passes and with Rumble #4 the plot begins to thicken once again, as new secrets are revealed and hilarity ensues. For those of you still on the catch up, have no fear as the pacing and content within this issue still puts forward the series main story and character relationships however you will not be privy to a few back-stories and exchanges contained in the previous three issues of Rumble.
After a long hiatus Dark Engine returns with a tale of epic and shocking proportions as the earth is devoured by an age-old abyssal God.