Max Brooks graphic novel The Harlem Hellfighters would’ve made a better unillustrated book

I’m not ashamed to admit that a lot of my history lessons, of late, have been through graphic novels. I find that lately a lot of authors are using this medium in order to tell the world their stories and although most are a blend of fact and fiction, there’s no denying some of theContinue reading “Max Brooks graphic novel The Harlem Hellfighters would’ve made a better unillustrated book”

M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS ARCHAIA ENTERTAINMENT’S “RUST VOLUME #1” WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY ROYDEN LEPP

My first read of RUST came in a one shot that was part of Archaia Entertainment’s Free Comic Book Day promo. As always with one shots you have a very small window to pull a reader in and although I gave it a decent write up, I wasn’t sold “concept” wise. That has all changedContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS ARCHAIA ENTERTAINMENT’S “RUST VOLUME #1” WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY ROYDEN LEPP”