Tag: digital comics

MIDNIGHT TIGER #2

Written by DeWayne Feenstra Art by Ray-Anthony Height Colors by Paul Little Letters by Erica Schultz Published by Action Lab Entertainment PREVIOUSLY: MIDNIGHT TIGER #1 This is a surprisingly spare issue, at least compared to the previous issue and issue #0. It opens with Gavin at school with his friends Dex and Ryan. They have…

MIDNIGHT TIGER #1

Written by DeWayne Feenstra Art by Ray-Anthony Height Colors by Paul Little Letters by Erica Schultz Published by Action Lab Entertainment PREVIOUSLY: MIDNIGHT TIGER #0 We open in a bad section of town, a bum walks into a bar (that sounds like the set-up to a joke, but it isn’t) and burns the place to…

MIDNIGHT TIGER #0

Written by DeWayne Feenstra Art by Ray-Anthony Height Colors by Paul Little Letters by Erica Schultz Published by Action Lab Entertainment “THE ORIGIN OF MIDNIGHT TIGER” The title says it all. This is an origin story. Gavin Shaw is a young Black teenager, living in Los Angeles. This appears to be set in a traditional…

GOD IS DEAD #1

This book came out last month and I wanted to check it out. But Avatar Press, the company that published it, didn’t make their comics available digitally, which is the way I prefer to read my comic-books these days. Then I read 3 days ago on Bleeding Cool that Avatar Press Goes Digitally Exclusive With…

RADIO FREE AMERIKA #2

CHAPTER 2: HOMECOMING Writer/Creator/Penciller B. ROBERT BELL Co-Writer ROBERT JEFFREY II Inks DON HILLSMAN II Colors LEXINGTON WOLFCRAFT Picking up from the blockbuster first issue, we get a glimpse of what life is like for the citizens living in a Russia/China-occupied America. Russian drones are bombing Ohio, and the mainstream media is strictly controlled by…

RADIO FREE AMERIKA #1

Created by B. Robert Bell, who also did the art, and co-written by Robert Jeffrey II, whose work I’ve reviewed previously in ROUTE 3 #1 and PLATYPUS VS. MONKEY #1, this is a dystopian near-future political action thriller from Terminus Media. The preview blurb describes it as “Red Dawn meets The Wire”, which is pretty…