Top Sword And Sorcery Comics To Slice Into

Sword and Sorcery is the bloodier and buffer older brother to fantasy. The genre was pioneered by Robert E. Howard’s,

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Returning To ‘Action’ And Into ‘Battle’: Garth Ennis Headlines The Return Of Britain’s Most Controversial Comic

Announced this week, two of the classic names in British comics history return in a brand-new 96-page hardback this summer

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The Barefoot Detective: ‘BANG! #2’ Reviewed

John Shaw is an American detective who has been given a type of inhalant that can introduce either his strength, agility, or intellect. He’s also been at war with Goldmaze for some time, and his train ride to Los Angeles has just been interrupted by a Goldmaze attack.

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Review: A Painful Past Shaping An Embattled Present For ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Jennika #1’

Jennika has taken it upon herself to protect the Mutant Zone, and this task finds herself chasing after a rabbit looking to flee their cordoned-off section of New York. This leads Jenny down a path that returns her to the most painful parts of her past.

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Review: Drowning In The Centuries In ‘Old Guard: Force Multiplied #3’

Her name is Noriko, and she wants to see Andy and her friends suffer. She was left for dead years ago after being washed off a ship, and she has spent the centuries since drowning, reviving, and drowning again.

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The Past That Divides Them: ‘Kill Whitey Donovan #3’ Reviewed

We return to the night where Anna’s sister, Betsy, was preyed upon by Whitey Donovan. In the present, the Donovan family slavemaster, Mr. Tyson, appears. He’s trying to hunt down Anna, and she only escapes by the quick thinking and determination of Hattie.

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