Mini Reviews #5

octopus-pie-vol-4-by-meredith-granTitle: Octopus Pie Vol. 4

Author: Meredith Gran

 Publication: Published June 9th 2016 by Image Comics

 Pages: 248 pages.

 Summary: In the fourth installment of OCTOPUS PIE, dreams and harsh reality are beginning to blur. This volume follows our Brooklynite heroes as they descend into the throes of heartbreak.

Welp. So now Eve dating Will? (Mar’s ex) their friendship is so weird. Also whatever happen with Park?

I’m so excited they added colors at the last section. I prefer it that way. I hope they keep it up.

Thanks to publisher who gave me free digital copy via NetGalley in exchange of an honest review!


stuck-up-suit-by-vi-keeland-penelope-wardTitle: Stuck-Up Suit

Author: Vi Keeland & Penelope Ward

 Publication: Published April 11th 2016 by C. Scott Publishing Corp.

 Pages: 245 pages.

Summary: It started out like any other morning on the train. Until I became mesmerized by the guy sitting across the aisle. He was barking at someone on his phone like he ruled the world. Who did the stuck-up suit think he was…God?
I feel like reading a bad fifty shades fanfic. And fifty shades IS bad. The writing was so bad and I don’t really care about the characters at all. What waste of time.
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amazing-forest-by-erick-freitasTitle:  Amazing Forest

Author: Erick Freitas

Publication: Published September 6th 2016 by IDW Publishing

 Pages: 208 pages.

Summary:  Tales for the bold. Ideas for the strange. Wicked concepts that stir the minds of those with darkness in their hearts. A modern anthology that lends itself to a time when stories were short and ugly. Written by Ulises Farinas & Erick Freitas, each story is drawn by a different, amazingly talented artist, each lending their unique talents to bring horrible happiness to the readers skulls!

Thanks to Publisher who gave me free digital copy via NetGalley!

Amazing Forest is a compilation of short stories from different artist. Each stories have their own amazing weirdness.

My personal favourite was The Bird Watcher art by Yumi Sakugawa. The message behind that story was simple yet hit so close to home. And the art work wasn’t less amazing than the story itself.


reproduct-volume-1-reproduct-by-austin-wilson-logan-faerber-seth-t-hahne-author-sabrina-scott-illustrationsTitle:  Re*pro*duct Volume 1: Reproduct

Author: Austin Wilson, Logan Faerber, Seth T. Hahne (Author), Sabrina Scott (Illustrations).

Publication: Published September 27th 2016 by Magnetic Press

 Pages: 96 pages.

Summary:  In the future, robots have been legally granted the right to life. Their intelligence is not artificial, and it may not be the best approximation of a personality. But they reflect all the intricacies of a human mind and personality, only from within a manufactured shell, developing and learning as the rest of us do. They mirror us in all the ways we would want, but also in those ways we would wish to exclude…
In addition to the core storyline, this book includes several short interstitial tales that further explore the world of Re-Pro-Duct.

The artwork definitely not my style. And I’m not even sure if I could tell you what this story about. Because the dialogues were really hard to follow. I only know this was about robot living among humans and basically it from what I’ve remembered.

I really wish I could like this though. I tried.

Thanks to Publisher who gave me free digital copy via NetGalley!

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i-d-by-emma-riosTitle:  I.D.

Author: Emma Ríos

Publication: Published June 28th 2016 by Image Comics

 Pages: 80 pages.

Summary:A dystopian tale that analyzes the conflict between perception and identity through the struggle of three people who consider a ‘body transplant’ as a solution to their lives.

Thanks to the Publisher who gave me free digital copy via Netgalley!

This was such a great story about three people who struggled with their own life because of their identity and body transplant is the only way to solved it.
On their journey to the transformation, they bonded such an unlikely friendship… The artworks was fantastic as well!


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