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Raven Choy – An African-American Superheroine

It happens rarely I simply post a press-release, but here I happily make an exception, because the whole topic is so awesome and also neccessary: In Korea, orphan Rayven Choi has had 20 years to feel bitter about the hitman who brutally murdered her parents in cold blood. Now it …

Upcoming Graphic Novel: Victorian Bareknuckle League

From beautiful Budapest comes an independent graphic novel called Victorian Bareknuckle League, set in alternative past really not too different from our own Victorian Era, and it is my pleasure to give you a glimpse into it already. First, a really short synopsis what it is all about: Victorian Bareknuckle …

Lady Mechanika

Famed comic artist Joe Benitez who has worked on such titles as JLA, Superman/Batman and Titans for DC Comics and titles like The Darkness and Weapon  Zero for Image Comics is currently working on a new and singularly interesting series of comics, Lady Mechanika. Credit for the discovery goes to …

Steampunk the Comic

In the dark, hidden corners of the ætherweb, sometimes you find  hints of forgotten things, tales no longer told and art no longer appreciated. One of these forgotten works of art is a graphic novel/comic which ran from 2000 to 2002. Alas, it did not attract many readers and thus …

Some thoughts on “The Books of Magic”

The Books of Magic were, after Sandman, the second graphic novel touched by Neil Gaiman, I read. I was hoping it would develop into a similar epic Sandman turned into. It did, but after Gaiman left as a story-writer, it was not the same. Still, even in the comparatively few …