Metaphase #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

Ollie is the star of the limited series, Metaphase from Alterna Comics. This young boy with Down syndrome wants to have powers just like his superhero dad and he just might get his wish within the pages of this new release. Continue reading “Metaphase #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”

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It Came Out on a Wednesday #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

Alterna debuts the bi-monthly double sized anthology, It Came Out on a Wednesday this month. This collection will feature horror, sci-fi, and fantasy work from up-and-coming creators, interviews, contests, and a grab bag of other fun and mysterious things over the course of the series. In this first issue there are some new features as well as the return of some Alterna favorites. Continue reading “It Came Out on a Wednesday #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”

Geek-Girl Volume #2 Issue 1 Comic Book Review ( @daSamJohnson ) from @kleffnotes

Geek-Girl is back! After a special Free Comic Book Day release, the glasses wearing superhero is back with a new story. This second volume of the series debuted on May 30th and shows our hero hard at work with the help of headset. She’s busy keeping Acorn Ridge safe with the start of her Crime War storyline. Continue reading “Geek-Girl Volume #2 Issue 1 Comic Book Review ( @daSamJohnson ) from @kleffnotes”

Learn More About the @Comichaus App and @ALTERNACOMICS from @kleffnotes

Do you love comics? Are you always on the lookout for more great stories to add to your library? With the Comichaus app you can check out a variety of indie comics for a very low monthly fee. Not only will you find great stories, but you’ll be directly supporting indie creators. Continue reading “Learn More About the @Comichaus App and @ALTERNACOMICS from @kleffnotes”

Doppelganger #4 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

In the thrilling conclusion of the Doppelganger series, issue number four focuses on the final confrontation between Dennis and his deadly doppelganger. After failing to kill the demonic entity trying to take over his life Dennis needs help to escape from his the clutches of the villainous version of himself. You can’t miss this epic finale! Continue reading “Doppelganger #4 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”

Tinseltown #2 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes

In the second issue of Tinseltown we start right where we left off with Abigail preparing herself to do something she never expected to do on the Utopia Studios lot. With a man in danger on the top of a water tower she chooses to jump into action when no one else will. The story though does not stay on the lot and we see Abigail trying to find herself and grow in her role as officer. Continue reading “Tinseltown #2 @ALTERNACOMICS Review from @kleffnotes”

Kid Lobotomy Vol. 1 @IDWPublishing Review from @kleffnotes

Kid Lobotomy Volume 1 is a collection of issues 1 through 6 of the surrealist series. I had heard of this series briefly before deciding to review the first volume, but what I had heard did not prepare me at all for what felt like a vividly topsy turvy acid trip of a read. Kid Lobotomy was genuinely nothing that I expected it to be and that is actually why I think that you should check out this collected volume. Continue reading “Kid Lobotomy Vol. 1 @IDWPublishing Review from @kleffnotes”

@WynonnaEarp Yearbook Season Two @IDWPublishing Review from @kleffnotes

Get your whiskey and donuts ready Earpers because the brand new Wynonna Earp Yearbook Season Two is out today from IDW. Inside you will find gorgeous pictures from every single episode of the season as well as additional photos that showcase the cast in a variety of settings. If you are a fan of Wynonna Earp you absolutely need to pick up this book today. Continue reading “@WynonnaEarp Yearbook Season Two @IDWPublishing Review from @kleffnotes”

Wild Batwoman Speculations from @kleffnotes

Today it was announced  that Batwoman will be introduced as part of the four episode DC CW crossover event happening in December of this year. Now for those of you that don’t know I completely adore and am basically obsessed with Batwoman. I have Funko figures, a collectible figurine, all of the graphic novels, all the single issues of her recent Batwoman solo series, and she is literally the reason I started reading Detective Comics when DC announced their Rebirth line. This news has me very excited, but admittedly a little worried, about how my favorite character will appear within the DC CW universe. I thought I would share some of my concerns as well as just general thoughts I have about how they will tie her into their existing world with all of you. Continue reading “Wild Batwoman Speculations from @kleffnotes”