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NICNEVIN AND THE BLOODY QUEEN, a Haunting Coming-of-Age Horror Story For Our Times

(August 13, 2020) Something strange has been unleashed in the North of England. A modern-day druid has been committing a series of ghastly murders in an attempt to unleash the awesome power of the ancient gods of Great Britain. But all hell really breaks loose when his latest would-be victim, rebellious teen Nicnevin “Nissy” Oswald, […]

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Crema Graphic Novel Review

A fantastic voyage into love, ghosts, romance and of course coffee, Crema brings you to a world just of that. You watch as the story unfolds with Esme’s love of coffee and many tormented talks with ghosts. She can see the ghosts after a few dozen cups of coffee which provide some good conversations with […]

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eigoMANGA Launches A Kickstarter Campaign To Publish “First Squad” Graphic Novel

San Jose, CA — July 21, 2020 — eigoMANGA launches a Kickstarter campaign to publish “First Squad – The Moment of Truth” as a graphic novel. “First Squad – The Moment of Truth” was adapted into a 2009 award-winning anime feature film produced by Studio 4°C and directed by Yoshiharu Ashino.  “First Squad – The Moment of […]

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Virtually Yours Graphic Novel Review

Dating in today’s age is very hard as everyone is very dependent on social media and applications. Well how about a story of two people meeting each other not only by a social media application but in real life. Eva is living a life without a job and a boyfriend but then a gift is […]

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Little Josephine: Memory in Pieces Graphic Novel Review

Little Josephine: Memory in Pieces is a story of Josephine living in our world with dementia. She see’s a world that isn’t straight forward like ours but in a unfinished puzzle in her sense. A caregiver gives her time and patience to be with her for the next few years by taking care of her. […]

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Red Border Graphic Novel Review

Growing up in the Rio Grande Valley, you would hear stories of what was going on in Mexico. In the early days, the border towns were a bit safe as shoppers of across the border made frequent trips there. Then in a snap of the fingers, the war happened down there. The Cartel wars were […]

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Humanoids Debuts LITTLE JOSEPHINE, A Moving and Visually Stunning Alzheimer’s Memoir

Humanoids’ Life Drawn imprint has been showcasing deeply personal and political stories: acclaimed biographies of Rod Serling and Hedy Lamarr; a memoir about the New York Marathon; and an exploration of the Vietnamese immigrant communities known as Little Saigons. Now, following William Roy’s intimate and surprisingly funny graphic memoir In Vitro, comes a book that […]

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A House Divided Graphic Novel Review

A House Divided: The Accused Inheritance Of Henrietta Achilles is a story that ignites your imagination into a 4th of July firework display. You think you have an idea of what the story is, but will be is tossed aside once our star Henrietta enters that house for the first time. You will marvel on […]