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100% Biodegradable 1
by Gary O D.
Publisher: Biomekazoik
Date Added: 09/27/2014 20:30:05
100% Biodegradable 1 I really enjoyed the book.A nice collection of stories with some lovely art.No complaints.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
The Three Lives of Fantomah: Book One
by Megan R. [Featured Reviewer]
Publisher: NUELOW Games
Date Added: 09/25/2014 06:22:50
The Three Lives of Fantomah: Book One A fascinating glimpse into an early superhero - 'the most marvelous woman ever known' - who despite living in a jungle was more of a superhero than a 'jungle girl', at least in early issues. She first appeared in 1940 billed as 'The Mystery Woman of the Jungle' but was not the typical female jungle-dweller as she displayed superpowers and a strict code of justice - defeating a pair of treasure-hunters intent on pillaging a wealthy hidden city in the first story. This is a faithful reproduction of the original black and white lineart, nice and clear and easy to read. The second story is in similar vein, Fantomah defeats a mad scientist hell-bent on destroying jungle animals in revenge for a most unfortunate series of incidents during a hunting trip... using, of course, a crazy device that harnesses the power of the moon to create a tidal wave to flood the jungle. That sorted, she's off again to save a valley-full of pumas from another nut-job who plans to use them in his plot for...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
FarScape Roleplaying Game
by Scott B.
Publisher: Alderac Entertainment Group
Date Added: 09/20/2014 02:34:17
FarScape Roleplaying Game I purchased this as a resource, and because I liked the series so much. I have not yet read the entire book through, and am finding it difficult to do so for a 3 main reasons. First, I find the odd, slanted, two-column layout to be hard to follow. I'm sure someone thought it added character, but it just does not flow naturally. Second, the chapter titles are done in a wretched font that I have to work at to decipher. Again, I can acknowledge the attempt to add character to the text, but being unreadable does not serve that purpose well. Third, the font used for the body text is also a little hard to read across the various backgrounds, etc. This may also be exacerbated by the scanning used to create the PDF. (The fact that this is a scan was not mentioned in the description, but I noted it in the review after-the-fact)...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Teen WIzard: The Naome Glin Predicament
by Mitchell J.
Publisher: Strumhaus-Piffle
Date Added: 09/19/2014 23:45:53
Teen WIzard: The Naome Glin Predicament The handful of pages was like the interlude to the prefix. The frame of reference jumps forward and back willy-nilly. The three main characters don't seem to have any mental processes. It is hard to get involved with characters that were brain damaged at birth. It was impossible to suspend disbelif enough to even enjoy it as a farce.

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Tantum Gray Issue 1
by Jason R.
Publisher: Tantum Gray
Date Added: 09/19/2014 12:52:05
Tantum Gray Issue 1 I met the creators at the Salt Lake comicon and the first thing i noticed was a giant standee of their yet to be introduced character Yarn man and was captivated. This is an already amazing story that hooked me 2 pages into it. I love the art it is reminiscent of Jeff Smith's Razl and the colors are crisp and vibrant. Over all a very complete and we'll put together book that would feel very at home on a local comic shops shelf.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Sherry Flippe
by David E S.
Publisher: NUELOW Games
Date Added: 09/16/2014 23:35:30
Sherry Flippe Sherry Flippe is 30 pages of old comics. Stuck in there is four pages of RPG material, a battle scenario for ROLF and some stats for D6xD6, none of which was very interesting to me. So, Sherry Flippe? Sherry Flippe is funny, cute funny, full of situations that go wrong in predictable comedic ways. It's nothing terribly surprising, but cute for that. As these are public domain, you can find six of these pages through a simple web search, which will give you a good sample. Which actually goes to my real issue with these. As you can see if you do that search, the originals were in color. The reproduction is okay, nothing I would complain about had the originals been in black and white, but color would have made them a lot clearer and authentic, and there's no reason a PDF shouldn't be in color....

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Zenith Comics Presents: Heroic - First Issue
by Martin P.
Publisher: Zenith Comics
Date Added: 09/16/2014 10:42:02
Zenith Comics Presents: Heroic - First Issue Picked up a physical copy of this comic at the Montreal Comiccon Saturday. Obviously the beautiful cover artwork is what attracted me initially. Then when I started reading it, the storyline kept putting hooks in me. The story arc is awesome, the cast is sublime. I love the idea of a strong female lead in a multi hero comic. In only 27 pages I fell in love with this comic and I am burning to know more. This has the potential to become one of the best stories, all media confounded(print,tv,movies...) that I've read. And of course the artwork is candy for the eyes. Its easy to understand why I absolutely wanted to also own this as a digital copy....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Actuality Press #0
by Jasper F.
Publisher: Actuality Press
Date Added: 09/12/2014 16:23:51
Actuality Press #0 I liked it. it was a good sampling of what type of comics they want to make. look like they have some good product. Like the Geek Girl story the best.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Hawaii Star Manga Project #4
by Harvey R.
Publisher: Lime Media Hawaii
Date Added: 09/12/2014 12:26:57
Hawaii Star Manga Project #4 I was impressed with the quality. The pop iki section was excellent. I miss Bon dance food out here in Texas and it brought back good memories. I never down loaded a comic before so I will be getting more issues in the future.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Legacy #1
by DT B.
Publisher: September17 Productions
Date Added: 09/08/2014 16:26:56
Legacy #1 So you might be thinking "Why a 5-Star Rating?" Honestly, read the book and you'll understand. Legacy #1 is the first peek into the S17 Universe and what you'll see is the start of something awesome. The story is great, the art is fun and the comic evokes the type of comic that I used to read before people were so concerned with what media deal it might get them. Take a look and keep an eye on S17. I know I will be.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
New Guard #1
by DT B.
Publisher: September17 Productions
Date Added: 09/08/2014 16:26:33
New Guard #1 I'm a sucker for a good team book. So when I read New Guard #1, I was happy to find not a good team book, but the start of something awesome! If you're a fan of teams like I am, do yourself a favor and grab this book. Like Legacy #1, New Guard #1 is at the start of the S17 Universe and looks to be something to keep an eye on. Grab a copy and enjoy. I know I did.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
DC ADVENTURES Hero's Handbook
by Donald F.
Publisher: Green Ronin
Date Added: 09/08/2014 10:02:25
DC ADVENTURES Hero's Handbook The familiar d20 elements blend seamlessly with the unique damage system of escalating conditions. Anyone who has played Hero System games will find parallels in the time/distance/power level scale, but more streamlined. A complete and compact game with enough customization capability to satisfy mechanics-minded GMs and players alike.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Time Corps #3
by Severine D.
Publisher: Wunderman Comics
Date Added: 09/05/2014 11:29:10
Time Corps #3 I had a great time reading it! I am excited to read volume 4th in a couple weeks!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Time Corps #1
by Severine D.
Publisher: Wunderman Comics
Date Added: 09/05/2014 11:27:49
Time Corps #1 Wunderman Comics has put together a fantastic team to deliver a very top end comic strip. I simply love it! 1. The story I got really hocked by the concept of not being good enough for heaven, nor bad enough for hell. But the way the characters are developed and the way they evolve in different time lines is exquisite! I want and need to learn more every time I finish a volume. 2. The Graphics The colors are simply stunning. A lot of work and attention have been put into details and it shows. You could just stare at the imagine like a kid that can't read and have a great visual time! All things put together, Wunderman Comics manages to reinvent and give a new twist to time traveling! Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month is a good day because I get to see what happens next! Be sure you are either god enough for heaven - or bad enough for hell - before you die or you will end up in the story yourself LOL! Severine Dehon....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Zombie Plague: The Day From Hell
by Chad E.
Publisher: RSquared Studios
Date Added: 08/25/2014 15:12:50
Zombie Plague: The Day From Hell Back in 2001, the first print and play edition of Zombie Plague was released and people dug it a lot. Cut to 2012: To coincide with a revised and much spiffier edition of the game, RSquared Studios released a comic prequel. Zombie Plague: The Day From Hell offers some good character introductions and provides a really nice setup for the board game. The comic isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel, instead it’s offering a very loving nod without boring you with a simple cut-and-paste pastiche. The pacing is good. There’s some really clever kills in the issue but thankfully, the comic doesn’t ever descend into mindless gore. It has a nice clear layout and really clean art. The whole thing is just a lot, a lot of fun...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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