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Category Archives: 215 Ink
After reviewing Beware 1 and 2 back to back, I can say with full honesty that Beware #2 made up for the disappointment I received with Beware #1.
Beware #1 is a hokey, family friendly story about the bizarre town of Havens Hallow. While this series may be a tad juvenile for the mature reader, this may be a good comic to get the little one interested in … Continue reading
The Price is a new mystery by Glenn Arseneau. Admittedly, the cover intrigued me instantly and the enticing preview that spoke ominously about characters discovering their inner evil, successfully made me pick up this comic. However, despite definitely not being … Continue reading
The comic book industry is generally dominated by major companies. Marvel and DC have the ability to advertise their books in every area of the media, giving them the lion’s share of the market. Marvel and DC, however, aren’t the … Continue reading