Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Lethal Lullaby

Telenko, a New York taxi driver, spends his days ferrying around the dregs of society in one of the city's roughest neighborhoods. He has an obsessive fear of dying like a guy he saw in a film, who'd hear his heart stop every 15 beats. Because Telenko himself has a tired heart. He has a minor case of tachycardia and the odd extra systole, not helped by his stressful job and the constant abuse from his wheelchair-bound wife, Martha: "You don't divorce a wife in a wheelchair, Telenko!"
She'll get what's coming to her, no doubt. Just like that slut who just got in his taxi who's fooling around with some other guy right under her decrepit old husband's nose. So he decides to kill Martha. But you gotta have some guts to kill your wife in cold blood. Especially when she's got a nasty surprise in store... Lethal Lullaby. Script by Tome - Art by Ralph Meyer. 

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Dance Class

Julie, Luce and Alia are not only the best friends in the world but also share the same passion: Dance. Between two classes of classical and modern, they are also introduced to other styles, especially hip-hop, of which Kader, the seductive young teacher, does not leave them indifferent? Dance Class. A comic by Beka and Crip.
This year, in addition to classical and modern lessons, they learn African dance and discover a new universe, punctuated by the djembes. Nothing like it to let off steam and forget the hassle of everyday life. For if Julie always spins the perfect love with Tim, her beautiful hip-hop dancer, life is less rosy for Luce whose divorced parents show her in all colors.

Monday, March 27, 2017


The time has come when the flowers will die. The time has come when the air will become scarce. The time has come when the work of God will return to the dust. They will build the new Jerusalem. They will sing the magnificat to the glory of the blasphemous god. They will bring forth the false prophet. Then, and only then, will they lick the gaping wound of our fears. Yiu. A Comic by Téhy and Jérôme Renéaume.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Alone In The Dark

The comic books for the Alone in the Dark franchise did not seem to be prominent as the games and films. Like the films there were presently at leat two, both of which are not related to each other. One of them, Life is a Hideous Thing, served as a prequel for Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare, and introduced Carnby to Aline Cedrac. The other comic book, known simply as Alone in the Dark, was less well-known, and was presumed to have been based on the Alone in the Dark 3 game. Written by Jean Marc.

Saturday, March 25, 2017

The Munroes

For a long time the whites of Kenya have rained and rained in the Rift Valley. Today, their days are numbered. Robert Munroe, an aristocrat at the head of a coffee plantation, faces a succession of seizures, not the least of which is Sean's younger son. Hostile to the ultra-conservative white community, Sean dares to be enraptured by a Kikuyu from the slums of Nairobi. He was found guilty of murdering him, and tried to do himself justice. Robert would like to be able to count on the help of his eldest son and his only daughter to face these problems, but Ted is a good for nothing and Karen can no longer bear his father. The Munroes. A comic by Christian Perrissin and Boro Pavlovic.

Friday, March 24, 2017

Dead Hunter

Hooded Southerners, a spectral serial killer, a great white worm, and a handful of zombies and cannibals... This is the cast of horrors that decided to ruin life for Dead Hunter ! In short, that’s the job in prospect for our resurrected avenger ! Ergo, blood will gush, teeth will krack, and brains will serve as tags on saloon facades. Since Dead Hunter lost his speech, carnage has become his favourite means of expression. And when he dots the "i"s and crosses the "t"s, things get very rough, indeed ! A comic by Franck Tacito.

Thursday, March 23, 2017


At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the scarcity of gas and oil resources created a global crisis and led to a frantic race for the discovery of new deposits. These last attempts pushed men to explore the last unknown territories of the planet: the deep seabed. In a submarine cavern, divers are attacked by a living fossil, a megalodon. The prehistoric ancestor of the great white shark, he is the greatest predator of the seas and oceans that has ever known our planet. It's a 25-meter monster, a real killing machine. The oceanographer, Kim Melville, discovers that specimens have survived in a maze of submarine caves while megalodons are supposed to have disappeared for 5 million years! A scientific discovery that could question the ecological balance of Planet and the very survival of humanity. Carthago. A comic by Christophe Bec and Éric Henninot.
Henceforth, the existence of megalodons is no longer a secret. However, to continue his business as if nothing had happened, the Carthago trust decided to blow up the Arunkulta cave. Meanwhile, Wolfgang Feiersinger sets out on the trail of Atlantis and Lou is born again ... The City of Plato, the fifth installment of the series created by Christophe Bec, closes the second cycle initiated with Les monolithes de Koubé.