It’s rated T+ for mature teens because dinosaurs have big gnashy teeth and like to chomp into people.
A look inside Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla – Bundles of Joy
Nikola Tesla teams up with HP Lovecraft to find the Necronomicon after his fiance, Amelia Earhart disappears over the Atlantic.
Crime is cancer but is he the cure? A review of Banjax
Now he’s a disgraced superhero and banned by a court order from ever wearing his costume again.
Rescue yourself: Princeless takes the Pirate Princess to Kickstarter
We have a land in which princesses are routinely trapped in towers and a hero who is a princess of colour who rescues herself, befriends the dragon and goes off on adventures.
The invisible war: A review of Null Faeries
We’re dealing with faeries here. Little creatures with cute wings, which adults cannot see and which hunt under pillows for teeth.
D&D inspired Null Faeries is a mature fantasy that explores very modern issues
Null Faeries examines very modern issues with its storytelling and touches on tribalism, racial prejudice, sexuality, resource allocation, and the loss of societal status suffered by mature women.
Adventure Finders: Newly Hired Adventurers preview
Adventure Finders is a Lord of the Rings style adventure with some Game of Thrones-style schemes thrown in. A feature of the story is that it’s a female centred adventure.
A look inside: NorthStars volume 1 and 2 from Action Lab
An unlikely pair of friends Holly, Santa Claus’ daughter, and Frostina, a Yeti Princess, are needed to stop an evil force ruining the mystical land of Polaris and Christmas itself.
Superhero Week: Shinobi Ninja Princess preview
Shinobi Ninja Princess: The Lightening Oni is the second volume in the Shinobi Ninja Princess series from Martheus Wade. Wade’s comic is of the adventures of a powerful young woman and ninja warrior. The series has been described as a mix of the TV show Riverdale and popular manga and anime series Naruto. Fans like […]
Superhero Week: Actionverse #1 featuring Stray preview
Action Labs’ Actionverse features Stray, Midnight Tiger and Molly Danger in their own story arcs. Leading the charge is a six-part story about Stray written by Sean Izaakse and Vito Delsante. The arch, called The Rottweiler Years, takes a look at the hero’s earlier days as sidekick and a teenager. The new series does not […]