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    Ninjak Issue 4 Review Innovative [ReviewFix]

    In issue four of ‘Ninjak’ we meet the first Black woman who had the misfortune to become a part of MI-6 Ninja program. And she is something special... http://reviewfix.com/2018/02/ninjak-issue-4-review-innovative/
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    Void Trip Issue 3 Review A Ride and a Half [ReviewFix]

    Sci-fi is a vast genre of ships, lasers, robots and aliens. One thing that’s missing from this genre is stoners just trying to get somewhere and do every drug in the galaxy. Enter “Void Trip” written by Ryan O’Sullivan and art by Plaid Klaus and you’ve one ride...
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    The Island Webcomic Review Unpredictably Enjoyable [ReviewFix]

    A young blonde woman, with seemingly no inhibitions is sitting on rocks. Overlooking a beach she spies an odd figure on an inflatable raft. His mask may appear monstrous, but as he reveals himself, you find out that he’s just a man. The powers that be who kept the world together have fallen and...
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    Armstrong and the Vault of Spirits [ReviewFix]

    It’s been centuries, but Aram still knows how to have a good time. At an appointed date the crypt where he keeps his past opens up. This time his enemies wait to pounce on him. Of the three immortal brothers Aram, (part of the duo Archer & Armstrong) has lived the most linear life...
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    Ninja-K Issue 3 Review [ReviewFix]

    You may get tired of figuring out your life has been controlled from nearly the start. That’s what Colin King is facing in issue three of ‘Ninja – K.’ He finally gets answers as to why his mentor and other MI-6 agents associated with the Ninja program have been killed. Still, in the spy...
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    Mata Harie Review Wonderful [Review Fix]

    Margaretha Geertruida Zelle MacLeod, better known as Mata Hari, was a controversial figure in the early 20th century. Not only did she dance and pose with barely any close on in a time you went to jail for that, she was accused of being a spy for the Germans during World War I. Writer Emma Beeby...
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    Vinegar Teeth Issue One Review [ReviewFix]

    Buddy cop films may have died down to the point where they’re one-in-a-million, but some genres do try to do something with it. In fact, comic creators Damon Gentry and Troy Nixey came together to create “Vinegar Teeth,” a sort of buddy cop comic book that makes fun of the whole thing, and the...
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    Ninjak Vs. The Valiant Universe Review [ReviewFix]

    The endgame of any comic book company is to splinter itself into the public’s consciousness. That takes talent, but more importantly the imagination to see long-established characters in nontraditional roles. Valiant Comics attempts to do this by taking their character Ninjak, an Englishman...
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    Incognegro: Renaissance Review Vivid [ReviewFix]

    Before he became the reporter that broke stories on lynchings in the south, Zane Pinchback from Tupelo, Mississippi was cutting his journalistic teeth covering parties of the Harlem Renaissance elite. Upon entering a party with his light-skinned friend each panel of the comic ‘Incognegro...
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    Start Again Issue One Review: Deep [ReviewFix]

    On the cover of issue one of “Start Again,” we see a lonely street with two figures facing each other. One is of a woman seemingly vulnerable. With her back to the reader, you may think she has no abilities because of her awkward stance and bare feet. Then there is the man she is facing in full...