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Monday, June 24, 2013
Monsters 101 : Vol 1 Review of Monsters and Men
by Nelo Maxwell
I don’t often review graphic novels, but I had seen Monsters 101 by M.Rasheed around for a while and my first inkling of the comic ‘All ages’ , a labelingRead more…
06 May 2013
Book Eight: “Little Boy King”
Book Nine: “Speak of the Devil”
Created, written and illustrated by M. Rasheed
the three cents.
After the Earth-shaking drama of the last installment of Rasheed’s graphic novel series, he took a
Here is a review of the latest Monsters 101 title from cartoonist M. Rasheed by Self-Publisher! Magazine's Richard Caldwell. Check out the link for other reviews from the graphic novel series!
10 May 2012
Monsters 101, Book Seven
"Eye in the Sky"
Screen and Comic Book writer (and really cool guy) Brandon Easton is getting some press again as his Kickstarter campaign for his new Graphic Novel, Dominion's Light keeps rolling. Check out the interview..http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2012/11/dominioRead more…
After reading Action Comics #9 and Final Crisis #7 , where a Black Superman of Earth 23 is the President Of The United States, I've wondered how the White House Takeover scene from Superman 2, would play out in this Universe.
To remind you that this cRead more…
By Brian Truitt, USA TODAY
Waku was a prince of the Bantu nation, located in the hidden depths of South , whose adventures presumably occur either the 19th or 20th centuries. Waku's father was Kaba, the chief of the tribesmen of Bantu, but on Kaba's deathbed he forced Waku toRead more…
Written by Robert Love and David Walker Art by Robert Love Colors by Patrick Morgan Letters by Fonographix
Kenji sets out on his journey by going to be to his fathers old neighborhood, only to discover it's not what it once was. He is confronted by
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