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Giant Days: Where Women Glow And Men Plunder

Written and Illustrated by: John Allison Colors by: Whitney Cogar Letters by: Jim Campbell Warning: Mild spoilers. Giant Days has already covered the holiday season several issues ago...

Lumberjanes #56

Written by: Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh Illustrated by: Dozerdraws Colors by: Maarta Laiho Letters by: Aubrey Aiese Ah kittens and teenagers, two of the most hyperactive and...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #33 Origin of the Solar Rangers

Written by Marguerite Bennett and Ryan Ferrier Art by Bachan and Simone Di Meo Colored by Walter Baiamonte With the prior history of the Power Rangers franchise,...

Go Go Power Rangers #14: Lost in Space

Written by Ryan Parrott Art by Eleonora Carlini Colors by Raul Angulo Letters by Ed Dukeshire In the unraveling events of Shattered Grid the young Rangers are back to...

Giant Days #44

Created & Written by John Allison Art by Max Sarin Colors by Whitney Cogar Letters by Jim Campbell At first I thought Giant Days was just weaving a...

The Thrilling Adventure Hour #4

Written By: Ben Acker & Ben Blacker Illustrated By: M.J. Erickson Colored By: Meg Casey, Fred C. Stresing, and Katya Granger Lettered By: Mike Fiorentino I feel like...

Lumberjanes #55

Written by: Shannon Watters & Kat Leyh Illustrated by: Dozerdraws Colors by: Maarta Laiho Letters by: Aubrey Aiese The Lumberjanes story so far is that an ancient Greek...

Go Go Power Rangers #13: The Open Door

Written by Ryan Parrott Art by Eleonora Carlini Colors by Raul Angulo Letters by Ed Dukeshire Ryan Parrott takes a nose dive into classic Power Rangers nostalgia as...

Giant Days #43

Created & Written by John Allison Art by Max Sarin Colors by Whitney Cogar Letters by Jim Campbell It is not even Halloween yet but Giant Days is...

The Thrilling Adventure Hour #3

The Thrilling Adventure Hour’s Beyond Belief always feels like someone trying to tell a traditional ghost story whilst its audience loudly interjects at how positively tedious the tropes and details are. In issue #3 of this series Frank and Sadie Doyle are required to listen to exposition by both the victim and culprit of the murder they have just successfully solved. And they are not having any of it.

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