The Death of Loyalty: Wrath of the Cursed Part 3 Review

“When is love greater than your life’s loyalty?” Wrath of the Cursed Part 3 offers a deep dive into the psyche of Cole, The Cursed, and the conflicting ideas of his love and his loyalty. More empathising than the previous generation, he now has more challenges than ever before. Even then, the story neither fails …

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Loyalty, Betrayal, Love: The Wrath of The Cursed Part 2 Review

What will you do when your loyal service gets repudiation from your master? This is the question that The Wrath of The Cursed Part 2 asks. It creates a masterful storytelling dilemma that you rarely find. Wrath of the Cursed #2 is powerful in its own right. It is a dramatic epic at its core, …

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A Bigger Barrel of Laughs: Crimson and Rascal #2 Review

It’s hard to be a supervillain, and nobody knows that more than the B-villains with low-quality superpowers. Crimson and Rascal #2 tries to foray into the classic betrayal trope, trying to recreate what’s basically a parody of The Dark Knight Returns. Compared to Chapter 1, this chapter is a funnier. The art is still impeccable, …

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Wrath of the Cursed Side Stories Review: The End

Wrath of the Cursed has been quite the journey, and like all good things, we must get to an end – and it’s about time. I’ve been on a six review journey so far, so it’s time to complete the saga. Wrath of the Cursed’s last three stories – The Lapwing, Fear The Cursed, and …

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How Funny is Naivete? Rose Collection Volume 1 Review

When I was a child, one of the first exposures I had with comic books are Sunday comic strips. These three to four-panel stories were short but dense stories that made me love the mainstream stories even more. Rose Collection Volume 1 is among those that try its best to invoke the tickle of these …

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The Fate of Duty: The Wrath of the Cursed Part 1Review

Stories of the Sengoku Era or Warring States period of Japan offer some of the most beautiful tales. Much like how we adore medieval stories like Game of Thrones, gritty stories like Wrath of the Cursed Part 1 show how much we love these exploits. Whilst Wrath of the Cursed is a fantastical tale, it …

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Amazing Tales #1 Review: Warm and Fuzzy Australiana

One of the most unique aspects of Australian comics is what we know as “Australiana”. The concept is the adaptation of Australian culture stories, giving them a uniquely Australian flavour. Within these concepts are stories that push for a specific local feel. Amazing Tales #1 is one of those Australiana anthologies that are rare enough …

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Fencing for Friendship

In her first work published under the ComX imprint, Ms Diggles tells the simple tale of a friendship springing up in the depths of the COVID crisis. Ms Diggles’ deliberately simplified art and dialogue beautifully evoke the simplicity of childhood friendship, prevailing no matter the circumstances. A breath of air in dark times – get …

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Is It A Wrath of the Cursed Story? The Pirate Queen Review

It’s a rare treat to find a story go from one time period to another, but here we are. Wrath of the Cursed has moved on from its fantasy Japan setting to another generation, with the same premise and the same promise. Even then, does it work? The Pirate Queen is swashbuckling adventure which only …

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