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With a gorgeous illustration style that evokes the source but remains original, this graphic novel picks up exactly where the TV show left off. Korrasami fans will adore the queer love story that finally gets its due. ~ Reviewed by Katelynne Shimkus
We have all heard the stories about the future robot uprising but what happens after the revolt? Sea of Rust is set 15 years after humanity becomes extinct. Now mankind’s killers find they too must evolve as more advanced AIs make them obsolete. Fun summer action story. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker
A fun, wacky homage to Scooby Doo but with its own unique voice. The Blyton Summer Detective Club solved their last crime as teens and moved on with their lives except… they made a mistake. Something went horribly wrong that night. They have all been hiding from it for years as the suppressed memories tear their lives apart. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker
Every tale has two sides. What if Peter’s version of the story became famous simply because he had better a better publicist (ie J. M. Barrie)? Here is the memoir of James Cook explaining how a run-away from London becomes a cabin boy and discovers a treasure map that leads him to Neverland. What happened between James and Peter that leads James down the path to becoming the infamous Hook. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker
A look by comic critic Marc Sobel at ten of Alan Moore’s harder to find short stories. Drawn by a collection of artists including Steven Bissette, Rick Veitch and Peter Bagge. ~ Reviewed by Ben Parker