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”

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@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”

The Widow and The Wolf ( @foleypdx ) Comic Review from @kleffnotes

One of the many perks of going to ClexaCon is the ability to check out everything on the vendor floor. I tried my best to keep an eye out for books and comics and this particular comic was gifted to me by someone who loved Foley’s work. I am so glad that they did because The Widow and The Wolf was a fantastic read. Balancing beautiful art with a story like none I’d read before this comic was perfect. Continue reading “The Widow and The Wolf ( @foleypdx ) Comic Review from @kleffnotes”

Geek-Girl #FCBD Release Comic Review ( @daSamJohnson ) from @kleffnotes

Geek-Girl: Whatever Happened to Ruby Kaye is a digital issue of the Geek-Girl series that will be releasing on Saturday, May 5th. This particular date is very important this year for comic book lovers because it just so happens to be Free Comic Book Day. This issue of the series acts as a recap for readers as well as a lead in to an upcoming Geek-Girl run, which will begin on May 30th. Continue reading “Geek-Girl #FCBD Release Comic Review ( @daSamJohnson ) from @kleffnotes”

Zero Jumper #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes

Zero Jumper #1 throws you right into the action of the series. Before even naming the main character we are with her as she jumps slightly backward in time on a mission that might just kill her. The series certainly knows how to get off to a running start and you’ll need to be ready to jump right in. Continue reading “Zero Jumper #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes”

Tinseltown #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes

Abigail Moore wants nothing more than to be a police officer just like her father was, but there are a number of things standing in her way. After a less than happy childhood, Abigail finds herself struggling to find the job she truly wants. One day she sees an ad that might be too good to be true, Utopia Studios is hiring and they just might be her only chance. In the wonderful introduction to the Tinseltown series we get to see just what can happen in the seemingly perfect world of Hollywood through Abigail’s eyes. Continue reading “Tinseltown #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes”

Doppelganger #3 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes

After facing off against his Doppelganger, Dennis learns that there are certain things that can’t be unseen and these things can be tragic. To start off issue three of the series we watch as an unsuspecting woman suddenly begins to disappear after seeing Dennis and the Doppelganger at the same time. Things get even more intense as the story unfolds. Continue reading “Doppelganger #3 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes”