Chris Sides returns to his series of stories within the same universe featuring Frostbyte Industries and after being pretty much blown away by the previous book,
I had to take a look. Impossible,
The latest issue of
Bubbles O’Seven from Bounce Comics eased through its Kickstarter at the end of last year and this fourth adventure sees our simian spy head East to the land of the rising sun.
Bubbles O’Seven from Bounce Comics hits the third issue of its James Bond homage and after a strong opener and impressive follow-up I was hopeful that we’d get more of the same.
The answer to the age-old question “How do you breathe life into the Spy genre?” may well be answered with
Bubbles O’Seven from Bounce Comics and although it’s one that’s been hidden away in my reading pile for what seems like ages……it seemed like the right time to rectify that.
The latest release from Mike Garley sees him return to B-Movie antics of Samurai Slasher in Part II and after a
stunning opener it’s good to see more of this quirky, messed up comic.
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Tagged A Comic A Day in May 2016, Andy W. Clift, Caspar Wijngaard, Chris Imber, Cian Tormey, David B. Cooper, Josh Sherwell, Kickstarter, Matt Rooke, Mike Garley, Mike Stock, R.H.Stewart, Rachael Stott, Samurai Slasher |