Lovesick #4 Review

Lovesick #4 Review – Jack, a mysterious figure from Domino’s past, makes a grand entrance in Lovesick #4, and amplifies all of Domino’s inner turmoil and self-doubt. We get a look into Domino’s origins as the book moves away from the Red Room to an even more grotesque world of high society dinners where cannibalism is the main attraction and Domino may be next on the menu. Continue reading Lovesick #4 Review

Lovesick #3 Review

Lovesick #3 Review – Domino finds herself on the defensive in Lovesick #3, as she comes under attack by The Bloodcels, a group of sadistic incels armed to the teeth and wanting nothing more than to take her out in the most agonizing and humiliating way possible. It’s another fantastic issue of a series that’s part erotic fantasy, part psychological horror and 100% disturbing in the best possible way. Continue reading Lovesick #3 Review

The Deadliest Bouquet #5 Review

The Deadliest Bouquet #5 Review – Jasmine Hawthorn: mother, assassin, murder victim. After leaving Europe and coming to the U.S., she thought she had left her violent past behind her, but she was wrong. She trained her daughters as she was trained, and that rough life left a long list of suspects. Sometimes motives are not what they appear. Continue reading The Deadliest Bouquet #5 Review

Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #6 Review

Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #6 Review – In the shocking conclusion of STARHENGE: BOOK ONE, King Arthur is killed after Gwynn sabotages Merlin’s plans. Merlin goes mad and flees, transforming into an Elk. Can Taliesin, Amber, and Daryl offer any hope for the future of magic? Continue reading Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #6 Review

Golden Rage #5 Review

Golden Rage #5 Review – Golden Rage #5 concludes the saga of Jay, Lottie, Rosie and Caroline (at least for now), as they struggle to decide whether to take a boat out and leave the island forever or stay and make a stand against other attacking tribes. It’s “Battle Royale” combined with “The Golden Girls”, with a conclusion that’s simultaneously captivating and frustrating. Continue reading Golden Rage #5 Review

Lovesick #2 Review

Lovesick #2 Review – The story of Domino, the dominatrix who kills willing submissives (AKA “piglets”) and broadcasts her shows on the Dark Web, continues in Lovesick #2. The issue amps up the violence to Lucio Fulci levels and gives us an interesting look into Domino’s psyche, including her Autassassinophilia (look it up, it’s fascinating). It’s another great issue beautifully fusing sexuality, BDSM, and horror. Continue reading Lovesick #2 Review

The Deadliest Bouquet #4 Review

Who killed Jasmine Hawthorn? Everyone has a theory. Violet pumps Detective Bayani for information but he’s not falling for the honey pot. Despite rekindling their spark Poppy pushes Derek and the kids away when Holly finds an unusual artifact in her old room. Rose thinks she has everything figured out as the sisters disagree on whom the real killer could be. Continue reading The Deadliest Bouquet #4 Review

Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #5 Review

MOR-DREADNAUGHTS invade the palace and attack the UR-QUEEN. Meanwhile MERLIN instructs KING ARTHUR as the SAXON threat grows but is Arthur’s ambition causing him to lose sight of the true objective – to protect MAGIC at all cost? Continue reading Starhenge Book One: The Dragon and the Boar #5 Review

It’s Lonely at the Centre of the Earth Review

It’s Lonely at the Centre of the Earth Review – Zoe Thorogood, artist of the Image mini-series Rain and the writer/artist of The Impending Blindness of Billie Scott has released her newest work: the autobiographical graphic novel It’s Lonely at the Centre of the Earth.
It’s a lovely story focusing on 6 months in Zoe’s life, but also reflecting back on her childhood and her lifelong struggle with depression. A wide variety of styles including black and white art, photography, and vibrant color art are used throughout the book, making it intriguing and very touching in places. Continue reading It’s Lonely at the Centre of the Earth Review

Lovesick #1 Review

Lovesick #1 Review – Lovesick #1 delves into the darkest corners of the internet (and the soul). It’s a world of dominatrices, snuff films and red rooms, where viewers with extreme kinks pay a monthly subscription to watch Domino, dominatrix extraordinaire and the main character of the story, torture and abuse willing male slaves. Above all else, it’s a fascinating look into a war (of sorts) between extreme BDSM lovers and the malevolent ever-present incels who attack them. Continue reading Lovesick #1 Review

Golden Rage #3 Review

Golden Rage #3 Review – Golden Rage #3 continues the story, which is a combination of “The Hunger Games” and “Battle Royale”, where women who have reached menopause age are taken to a massive island to live out the rest of their lives, struggling against nature and each other to survive. This issue picks up immediately from last issue, as Jay, Lottie, Rosie and Caroline confront the Red Hats, the most violent faction on the island. Continue reading Golden Rage #3 Review

Onyx #1 Review

Onyx #1 Review – Onyx #1 is a 100-pager, a deluxe tale of an alien female named Onyx, decked out in powerful armor capable of interstellar travel, coming to Earth to fight an alien species called the Spoors, who destroyed her own world and are moving across the galaxy, taking root on each planet and taking it over in an insidious “Invasion of the Body Snatchers” type way. Will this mix of sci-fi and super-heroics create a winning book? Continue reading Onyx #1 Review

Old Dog #1 Review

Jack Lynch was a once-promising CIA operative. On the eve of retirement, looking back at a failed career, he is tasked with one final mission…that goes horribly wrong. He wakes years later to a changed world and deeper changes within him. When a shadow group offers Lynch a second chance at a life of adventure, he’s paired with the last person he could ever imagine. In order to adjust, this old dog will have to learn some new tricks… Continue reading Old Dog #1 Review