Freakopolis Reviews DC's Damage #1
Ian is here with a review of a brand new comic out of DC, Damage #1.
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Paradiso #2 - Freakopolis Review
TJ is here to follow up on a review from last month with some thoughts of Paradiso #2! Written by Ram V. with art by Dev P. Paradiso is the tale of a living city and its inhabitants. We're thoroughly impressed with this book and team and it is our current staff pick in our shop The Freakopolis Geekery.You can keep up to date with both the Freakopolis Network and Geekery at:https://www.facebook.com/freakopolis/https://twitter.com/Freakopolishttps://www.instagram.com/freakopolis...https://www.twitch.tv/freakopolis
Freakopolis Reviews Batman & The Signal #1
Hey everyone, Ian from Freakopolis here with a quick review of the start of a new DC mini-series, Batman and The Signal #1. DC is truly putting the spotlight on an addition to the Bat-Family, The Signal, with a daring new story- Gotham faces the threat of meta-human invasion, as young men and women suddenly find themselves possessing incredible powers due to strange biological mutations.The Signal himself is one of these meta-humans, however he managed to overcome the challenges of gaining new powers, the ability to see where light has been, allowing him to see images of the recent past,...
Paradiso #1 Freakopolis Review
What’s up freaks and geeks? TJ is here with the Freakopolis review of a brand new post-apocalyptic sci-fi comic, Paradiso #1.The world of Paradiso has it all, ancient mysteries, new technologies, scrappy protagonists and kick ass character design. But with all these irons in the fire how well does it juggle introducing this world in 32 pages?We enter the world of Paradiso with a three page origin story of our main protagonist, Jack. Jack is a survivor with a secret, he holds a piece of technology ancient and powerful. Jumping years into the future we find Jack on the last...
Witchblade #1 Freakopolis Review
Ian here from the Freakopolis Geekery with a quick review of a fresh release out of Image, Witchblade #1.Witchblade follows the story of Alex Underwood, a former journalist now working for the Witness Aid Service Unit in Manhattan. Her life quickly turns upside down as she suffers various psychosis that gets in the way of her work and relationships. Quickly she finds out that this mental breakdown may actually be a calling to a higher purpose.Turns out, Alex died because of her line of work not long ago, but she was given a second chance by a mysterious artifact taking...