Tag Archives: Indie Comic

The Big Three: Anime That Defined A Generation!

Anime. Who would’ve thought it would have this much mainstream popularity in this day and age, compared to being the underground ‘members-only’ niche…

The Big Three: Anime That Defined A Generation!

Tsundoku and my many manga monster

According to Wikipedia “Tsundoku is acquiring reading materials but letting them pile up in one’s home without reading them.” Yeah. . . . I might …

Tsundoku and my many manga monster

Indie comic review: Thirsty! (NSFW)

Released November 2021

I’ve had the pleasure of receiving a copy of Thirsty, the first in what appears to be an ongoing series by Pat Shand of Space Between Entertainment, by becoming a backer for the next graphic novel, Cheeky. In this sensual series of stories, I found more than what I was looking for: honesty. When we view sex in certain mediums, we forget the core aspects are much more different than the advertisement nature found in ordinary pornography and begin to lose the much more deeper details. This book is definitely not shy about displaying the “weirdness” of natural sex, but it’s much more educational as it is indeed sexy!

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Indie Comic Review: Thorn #0

Thorn probably has that NWA song on repeat.

Good evening everyone! I haven’t done one of these in a while (for real, why don’t I ever get the chance to do these??), but I have a new indie comic to review. From the geniuses Travis B. Hill and Mark Pate over at Advent Comics comes an all-too-familiar tale of police brutality going unjustified, but with a twist. There happens to be a figure who seems to be taking the Batman-like mantle to face blue lives injustice.

THORN.

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