Becstar Issue #1 Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Becstar Issue #1 immediately caught my eye because of the cover. Now yes, I know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but with comics it seems impossible not to. The cover of this issue was done by Sweeney Boo, who is one of my favorite artists. I was hooked by the cover, but the story of Becstar definitely kept me interested.

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Duplicant Issue #1 Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Replicant #1 releases on April 14th and showcases a story that combines futuristic worlds with a frightening concept. Written by Karla Nappi with art by Marianna Strychowska, lettering and production by Josh Reed, and cover art by Leila del Duca and Owen Gieni this story will take you to a future where organ failure has resulted in new innovations in science that may not behave exactly as intended.

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Nottingham Issue #1 Comic Book Review from @kleffnotes

If you love twisted fairy tales the new comic Nottingham, which releases on March 5th, is the perfect read for you. Blending noir and the figures of Robin Hood, Nottingham is a dark and eerie read that is pure delight. I love both new takes on fairy tales and noir style detective stories so this comic seems made for me.

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Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me Review from @kleffnotes

Freddy Riley is really into her girlfriend Laura Dean, but she really wishes that Laura would stop breaking up with her. While she might love Laura she constantly finds herself on the receiving end of a break up with no real reason for why they are breaking up. No matter how many times it seems to happen, Freddy always finds herself going back to this relationship whenever Laura wants to get back together. In Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me this relationship is Freddy’s focus, but there is so much more happening around her that she will need to pay attention to. Continue reading “Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me Review from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Queer Comics for Quarantine from @kleffnotes

Okay, so we might be on the verge of the end of the world, but for those of us who aren’t plagued by the constant feeling of dread that seems omnipresent, especially if you aren’t sure your job will actually exist with shutdowns of related businesses, you might find yourself with free time. Admittedly you might find yourself with free time even if you don’t want to have free time and in that case you may need a distraction. As I ponder what my life might be in the next coming weeks, months I thought I would share some comics that can help you get through the down time that include queer female leads. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Queer Comics for Quarantine from @kleffnotes”

Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game Graphic Novel Review from @kleffnotes

One of the most influential figures in gaming today, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is both star and one of the writers of the upcoming comic Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game. As someone with over 22 million subscribers on YouTube and 14.9 million followers of Instagram he is able to connect with audiences around the world doing what he loves, decimating the competition. In this new story involving a fictional version of Ninja viewers will be treated to a mysterious story involving a battle royale that has the fate of the world relying on it. Continue reading “Ninja: The Most Dangerous Game Graphic Novel Review from @kleffnotes”