Going West - Once Upon a Time in the Comics

Conqureing America's Wild West has always been a symbol for an aspiring society, where fortune favours the brave – and the strong ones rule. In this world danger lurks around every corner and needs to be averted at all costs – a concept that seems to fuel America, "till the day". European...

Review: Durango – Les Forces de la Colère by Yves Swolfs

Born in Bruxelles in 1955, Yves Swolfs belongs to the realm of classics of french-belgian comic book artist who know their trade. His lonesome comic book heroes all seem to originate in a time when heroism was a simple business – no matter which genre: the noble knight, brave soldiers,...

Western, Dinos, Science Fiction? Dino Storm

Dinos are getting hip – again. Robert Kirman (The Walking Dead) and artist Jason Howard (The Astounding Wolf-Man) aren't the only ones to credit this fact with their latest kid's comic book series "Super Dinosaur". In December 2012 the release of Dino Storm, a brandnew 3D multi player br...

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