Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 03/01/2021 20:19:39
The writer, Matt Hawkins, has a solid record for writing strong female protagonist, but, Harrington might be the most relatable. It’s nice to see a strong female lead deal with confidence (or lack thereof) in her appearance and work. She is a believable woman with real doubts and flaws, but by her actions and narration gives the reader a strong and empowering character to bond with. Tales of Honor is a beautiful comic book. The art by Jun-Geun Yoon, San-II Jeong, and Linda Sejic add so much depth and wonder that you often forget that this is a military-sci-fi-thriller but more of a space opera fantasy. Each page is filled with extreme visual details, creative ships, and mindblowing action....
Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 03/01/2021 20:13:33
Free issues, starting at #0 or #1 are an excellent way to get a taste of the story, characters and the style of the comic book's authors.
Tales of Honor completely knocked the ball out of the park for me. I purchased the Tales Of Honor: On Basilisk Station Volume 1 after reading this comic.
An awesome little comic, with a well crafted storyline and a nice art style.
I bought this for my kids and they said they loved it. I ended up having a read and enjoyed it too. So I think the story works well for all age groups. The Wizard of Oz references are quite clever and the artwork is excellent too, really adorable. We hope the creators do another one.
Knights of the Golden Sun presents a compelling storyline set around 400 B.C. where God has abandoned his throne and left his archangels to endure and watch over humanity.
The storyline has a decent amount of drama, action and development in both story and characters with utterly beautiful artwork.
Utterly loved it, looking forward to reading #3.
Knights of the Golden Sun presents an interesting storyline set around 400 B.C. where 'God' has abandoned his throne and left the archangels to watch over humanity.
The storyline has a decent amount of drama, action and development in story and characters which has lead me into picking up #2.
The artwork is also uttery beautiful.
Date Added: 01/17/2021 22:05:33
The Art of Conan Sourcebook is absolutely incredible. I don't play the role playing game, but I have an appreciation of Conan. This book gathers together all of the art work form their RPG and supplements and places it in one book full of just art with a few paragraphs of descritptions here and there to set the scene. Overall, an incredible book.
Includes two "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark" style comics, both well drawn and with interesting panel breaking choices. I don't want to spoil them but I found them very nostalgic of the kind of spooky stories you'd hear as a kid. My favorite part is probably the full page art in the back, detailed set pieces that tell a story in just one picture. I'm looking forward to any follow-ups.
"In an age before the rise of human civilizations, empires ruled by aliens and gods dominated the Earth. Prominent among these was Atlantis. This nation had its roots in a solar system far removed from our own, and they colonized the Sol system through a mixture of technology and magic that was the hallmark of their civilization."
So what exactly is Neulow Games The Love Witch? Well its all about a hybrid of graphic novel or comic book old school Seventies goodness & Miller's game design according to him ; "
The Love Witch contains three exciting tales that mix high fantasy and horror by master comics-scribe Marv Wolfman, with gorgeous art by Ernie Colon, Don Heck, and others. The book also contains an all-new feat and talent-based magic system that can be brought into any d20 System and which is far more flexible than is typical, as it is not tied to any class- or level-based abilities." And its within these abilities & gaming design that Miller...
Stunning artwork makes this worth the purchase even if no other gaming interest is involved. The burial mound detail lends itself to easy incorporation into any game and the rules conversions make the process of running the encounters very straightforward for many systems. Conceptually, the structure has been useful to me for solving the riddle of cultural interactions involving burial practices of superceded races in Bronze Age Wales with which I was struggling so I am looking forward to unleashing this on the players!...
"Stardust the Super Wizard is a name spoken in hushed whispers throughout the universe, He uses his vast knowledge of interplanetary science and sorcery to monitor all inhabited worlds, and when he finds beings he considers exceptionally evil or vile, he dispenses the justice he feels they deserve. Once you've incurred the wrath of the Super Wizard, you are done for!"
For many now the Nuelow games universe setting has been one that we've been dipping into for many years. A combination of public domain comic book series & supplement the whole book is more then the combination of its parts. This formula is one that allows Nuelow to flesh out characters such as Stardust The Super Wizard; "Stardust the Super Wizard from NUELOW Games collects six tales from the Golden Age of Comics by one or its most eccentric and erratic creators, Fletcher Hanks. Although he only worked in comics for a brief time during 1939 to 1941, the over-the-top nature of his work left...
Too many artists let their sketches and concept ideas lie fallow in their notebooks once the finished product is out in the world (assuming it gets to that point). This is unfortunate, as the twists, turns, and dead ends of a project can say a lot about the character thereof. So it is with *The Art of Pepper&Carrot*, as we see through character design what archetypes and personalities characters were curated to have or simply evolved into. So too with locations and magical creatures. All this is presented through well-picked font and graphic choices. I only wish there was yet more (and if you [also feel](https://matrix.to/#/!RNLIIDilczGsGhFHDV:matrix.org/$16- 04318291580918kYIhw:matrix.org?via=matrix.org&via=grin.h- u&via=chat.weho.st) that the details of the magical world of Hereva are fascinating, they can be perused at a community [wiki](https://peppercarrot.com/en/static8))....
A sequel of sorts to Shadow out of Innsmouth, and a good one at that. The art style is fitting to the setting, the pacing is well suited to the story, and the wait till the next issue is released is torturous. I'm eagerly awaiting Issue 2