Ain’t Love Grand?
Or at least it could be for Jesse Moore, the architect engaged to heiress Emily Anderson, the main protagonist of Going to the Chapel. The comic, written by Spencer & Locke writer David Pepose, drawn by Gavin Guidry, and colored by Liz Kramer
The artwork looks very HEAVY METAL and I'm liking it. The synopsis
(below) looks very intriguing. I'm digging the sneak peek.
Expect either a review of the first issue or the whole 12 issue arc here at New Retro Wave.
BLADE RUNNER 2019 #1 (MR)
(W) Michael Green, Mike
“We’re all wounded here.”
Spencer & Locke established itself as a series that has a definite understanding of emotional storytelling early on, with the characterization being front and heartbreaking center in the middle of the comic’s first run. That first arc showed how trauma informed Locke.
Image Comic's The Weatherman combines great storytelling, killer visuals, and a synthwave-inspired aesthetic to be one of the most exciting comics of 2018. And as if that weren't enough, the series boasts an outstanding soundtrack with staples of the scene like Lazerhawk, Power Glove, and Betamaxx. NewRetroWave's
Just a few days into its Kickstarter campaign, the comic Reality Hackers has already received a groundswell of support. With a unique aesthetic and a synopsis that seems right up the alley of the cyberpunk lovers of the community, it's hard not to be excited
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10. Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack (BOOM! Studios)
While the story of the second and final arc of Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack was underwhelming, the artwork
Whether it's the effectiveness of a chilling page turn or an intense drawing, comics offer a variety and effectiveness in horror storytelling that other mediums can't replicate. Here's our pick for the 10 best horror comics and graphic novels to give you goosebumps for this
You may remember Possession as a standout from our review of Octal #2. The comic that manages to be equal parts forward thinking and retro-inspired is here with a full-length debut issue.
It’s refreshing to see a series so rooted in classic mythology to be such
I told you a short time ago that Cyberpunk was going to be on a somewhat comeback. Fast forward to our present and we not only experienced an authentic and well deserved sequel to the original Blade Runner but, we've had a very well done
Fraggle Rock: Journey to the Everspring #2
Where Archaia’s wonderful Power of the Dark Crystal and Labyrinth: Coronation comics tend to skew older in demographic, being best for teenagers and above, Fraggle Rock: Journey to the Everspring shows the publisher putting their best foot forward a
The Labyrinth Takes A Strange Turn
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
This month's Labyrinth: Coronation #4 is a good if flawed entry to an exciting series.
As BOOM! Studios’ comic miniseries Labyrinth: Coronation nears its midpoint with its fourth issue, it’s impressive that even if this issue might be
It’s another solid showing for Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation, as the nearly flawless second issue of the series from BOOM! Studios’ Archaia imprint places comic in contention as the best of the Henson spinoffs. Simon Spurrier’s skill in crafting deeply compelling characters that never feel