Hardware - Comic Review Dwayne McDuffie and Denys Cowan's Hardware (1993) is my favorite comic of all time. With that being said I thought it would be fitting to make this my first Black History Month review. Hardware was the first title launched by Dwayne McDuffie under Milestone Media, a comic book company financed by DC and dedicated to bringing minorities to the forefront. Icon, Static, and Blood Syndicate would soon follow, but alas Hardware started it all. Hardware tell
Empty Zone - Comic Review Greetings! Today I will be reviewing Jason Shawn Alexander’s Empty Zone. Published by Image comics, Empty Zone is a unique mesh of both cyberpunk and horror. The story focuses on Corinne, a mentally unstable woman haunted by the ghosts of her past. Literally. Oh, and she’s got a mechanical right arm and can download information through direct skin contact. Still with me? Sweet. Alexander establishes a grim dystopia with beautifully haunting artwork.
A New Tale for Tales continues... Since I last wrote, we have gotten to 11 hours in game. Along the way, we had our first semi annoying moment of backtracking, where we had to sneak into a city, find a demon to kill in order to get people to fix our ship, go to dungeon demon was in, head back to city to confirm death (we didn’t kill him because he could help us cause some chaos in the future), head back to port just for the game to tell us they couldn’t fix our ship before f
Black Magic - Manga Review Greetings! My name is Joe, and I to am a writer for Fracture Comics. Like Chris, I have a love of movies, anime, and all things comics. That includes Manga! So let’s talk about Black Magic (1983) by Shirow Masamune, or as I like to call him Masamune sama. Now, I’m sure many of you are familiar with Ghost in the Shell; Masamune’s most famous work to date. However he has authored other manga as well. These titles include Appleseed (1985), Dominion (19