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RAGS: Prologue [Review]

RAGS: Prologue [Review] Written by: Brian Ball, Trent Luther, and Liz Finnegan  |  Art by: Luigi Tereul  |  Reviewer: Rob Wrecks The RAGS Prologue (Preview?) is something I’ve been meaning to share my thoughts on awhile now but haven’t done so. RAGS is; if you haven’t seen previews and the like from the Twitter page, along with…

The Maroon[Review]

  Reviewed by Anthony Cleveland Writer/illustrator: Derek W. Lipscomb Derek W. Lipscomb (writer/illustrator) approached ComixCentral to discuss his comic book series: The Maroon. We gave it a crack and discovered a fantastic series with genre combinations that have yet to be explored in other comics. The Maroon combines Leone’s Man with No Name trilogy with the fantastic…

The Owl Tribe [Review]

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  Reviewed by Anthony Cleveland Writer: Lukasz Wnuczek Illustrator:  Lukasz Wnuczek Quick Overview: The Owl Tribe is a comic that revolves around a hunt for a beast straight out of the Native American (and Norse!) legends. It is set in the time of Viking exploration of pre-Columbian America and features fantastic characters borrowed from the lore…

8 Reasons To Read  the Bob: Non-Union Psychic series

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In this saturated market, it’s easy to miss the little gems out there. One diamond you probably haven’t noticed in a vast sea of rough is BOB: NON-UNION PSYCHIC (“Renegade Psychic. Professional Hairstylist.”), a digital-first series published by Colorado-based newcomer Warehouse 9 Productions, Ltd. in 2015. The ad copy puts the hilarious, high-as-they-come concept as…