New York in the 1940s on the crime scenes, flashlights crackle to feed the press eager to shock images that make his A. Lou Cale is one of those press photographers in bad reputation. But the hunter image turns into sleuth when a detail that no one had seen him put on a track to solve the case. A comic by Eric Warnauts and Raives.
Monday, October 31, 2016
Sunday, October 30, 2016
Theresa woke up to find herself changing into a monster. She's taken from her family and put into an internment camp with other kids going through the same thing. She is given a choice: she can surrender to becoming a mindless beast, or join Behemoth, a pack of creatures trained to kill for the U.S. government. But which choice will make her more of a monster?
Saturday, October 29, 2016
From the New York Times Bestselling artist of the Walking Dead hit series comes another horror classic! July 1917. The night air is rent by sentries' screams. Everyone thinks it's a trap laid by the enemy, but soon they hear screams from the German lines. Both camps are obliged to declare a truce and send a team of men, French and German, to solve the mystery. With them goes Wohati, a Red-skin, one of the 12,000 Indians in the U.S. Army. And probably the only man who knows what's out there, lying in wait. Illustrated by Charlie Adlard (The Walking Dead), this is the story of a strange phenomena to strike the French and German trenches. Their only chance: to unite, and survive, the Wendigo! The Curse of the Wendigo. Script by Mathieu Missoffe.
The Great War, July 1917. At an isolated stretch of the Front, French and German soldiers kill each other in an endless carnage. The night air is rent by sentries' screams. Everyone in the French camp thinks it's a trap laid by the enemy, but soon they hear screams from the German lines... With both factions being hunted, they are obliged to declare a uneasy truce and send a team of men to solve the mystery. With them goes Wohati, a Cree Warrior, one of the 12,000 Indians in the U.S. Army, and the only man who knows what's waiting out there.
Friday, October 28, 2016
This series includes the respective adventures of the seven detective series "Seven." 1918. After the war, in the friendly village of Sweet Cove, exudes the good life. Ah, Sweet Cove well kept gardens, teahouses with sweet scents of hot cakes. Yet it is here that will strike a mysterious assassin kick, the perfect opportunity for a famous retired teacher to engage in his favorite sport: investigate. Detectives. A comic by Herik Hanna and Sylvain Guinebaud.
Thursday, October 27, 2016
Arq is the work of Andreas, an author widely known by the public thanks to works like Rork, Capricorn, Coutoo and Cromwell Stone, among others. With architect, Andreas abounds in fantaciencia with a plot that starts with a series of totally antagonistic characters who are transported to an inhospitable world. The master hand of Andreas will drive these characters through situations that has everything: thriller, adventure, fantasy, etc.
Two men (Montana and Joyce), a prostitute (Laura) and torque (Alanna and Travis), that nothing seemed to have together, except for the attendance of the same hotel, find themselves suddenly thrust into another world, curious mountainous desert. Separated by strange humanoid riders, they will then each in turn, ensure their survival while trying to discover the reason for their presence in this universe whose laws escape them.
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
The man he has learned to walk than to go and fight? One is tempted to believe from reading the story written and drawn by Sylvain Runberg and François Miville-Deschênes. Their series opens indeed the conquest of Urar by the Hittites, the first stage of a bloody war. Urar belonging to sovereign Marak, Cymries Simissée and whoever provokes anger sees unleash the horde of the living formed the formidable alliance between the three Scythian peoples, nomadic warriors, living only to move forward and kill! Conquests
Horde of the Living advance inexorably, more and more certain of her invincibility. Yet the formidable alliance of the Three Kings is more fragile as they think. Not only the Hittites furbish arms of a new kind, but the beautiful Horde facade of unity begins to crack. The young servant of Queen Simissée, thusia, will she spectator or actress ?
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
A humorous Victorian-era set social fable told in pure Dickensian tradition. Follow the titular pair of street orphans on adventures far and wide. London, 1887. While the British Empire is at its peak, and influences the majority of the world, most of London still lives amid poverty, disease, and crime. Basil and Victoria are two of the thousands of orphaned street urchins who survive by hustling, selling rats, and sleeping on the docks. Helped by Cromwell, their faithful bulldog, the trio travel from the mean streets of Whitechapel to exotic distant lands, meeting famous, and infamous, historical and literary figures along the way, as they lovingly bicker and squabble the entire time ! A comic by Yann and Edith.
Monday, October 24, 2016
Australian colonies, end of 19th century. Since the landing of Captain James Cook in April 1770, the course of time has accelerated on the island continent. The colonizing power never ceases to appropriate and subject endless territories to its laws, denying the right of existence to its original inhabitants who have lived in the rhythm of the Dream for tens of thousands of years. The waves of migrants arrive in perpetual motion. Down Under. A comic by Nathalie Sergeef and Fabio Pezzi.
Having freshly landed in New South Wales, Lonan O'Farrell, young orphan torn from his native Ireland, decides to escape the unenviable fate reserved for him. His path crosses that of two adventurers : Ian McFarlane, the son of Scottish migrants, himself facing dark manoeuvers from powerful stockbreeders, and Allambee, native son of the people here. Following a series of tragic events, the trio is forced to flee into the heart of the Outback, whose harshness is matched only by its splendour. Their destiny will be part of the ochre earth.
Sunday, October 23, 2016
With "Sarah", Christophe Bec is definitely emerging as a high-class writer, able to like a Stephen King in literature to keep the reader in suspense from the first to the last page. Remarkably imaged by Italian Stefano Raffaele, "Sarah" arises immediately as a reference: in the register of fear, never cartoon series had indeed placed as high voltage! A comic by Stefano Raffaele (Illustrator), Christophe Bec (Scenario).
Sarah followed her husband, ranger, in a remote area of Pennsylvania. Their new house is beautiful, but the city of Salamanca is not very welcoming and the people are not more. But isolation does not frighten Sarah, she even seems to need, for a while at least. Time to rebuild, to finish with his inner demons, to break free of traumatic past experiences. To find peace and escape the torment, Salamanca however may not be the ideal place ... In early 2008, Christophe Bec is in top form. After a second volume of Bunker very successful in his way to associate and geopolitical fantastic and opening Deus seeking to revisit the theme of the search for immortality in a context where the death swept by waves, so here is a story of pure horror.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Djinn is a Franco-Belgian comics series written by Jean Dufaux and illustrated by Ana Mirallès. The story is an adult adventure-thriller and deals with themes of sexuality and colonial politics. The first four volumes make up the "Ottoman Cycle" while the following five comprise the "Africa Cycle". The "Indian Cycle", planned for four volumes, started 2010 with the volume "Le Pavillon des Plaisirs".
A young Englishwoman, Kim Nelson, travels to Istanbul in search of information about her grandmother Jade. In the years before World War I, Jade had been the favourite of the "Black Sultan", and ordered by him to seduce an English diplomat, Lord Nelson, in order to alter Turkey's influence in European politics. Kim's story and that of her grandmother are revealed in tandem, in a Europe where sexual and political allegiances are constantly shifting.
Friday, October 21, 2016
After having disappeared for over half a century, he has awoken again to discover that his fellow vampires and his enemies only want one thing: to kill him. But neither the light nor the darkness want Nosferatu, the Undead. He understands that his only weakness was to have once loved. He is Nosferatu, the monster who wanted to live like a man. A comic by Olivier Peru and Stefano Martino.
The first vampire awakens in present day Mumbai after being betrayed in 1945. He gathers his powers for his return and revenge. Also features flashbacks to his time in Caligula's Rome. Fairly standard, perhaps even cliched, vampire book, I certainly think I can see where it's going. But the whole thing comes together fairly nicely with the art to make for a very enjoyable read. There is a second volume. But that hasn't been scanned yet.
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Francis von Bloodt, vampire by profession, manages the family man Zombillénium Amusement Park. We do not hire anyone, at Zombillénium: mere mortals have only to go their way, here we only work with genuine werewolves, vampires and mummies. This is what will discover Aurélien, a man burnt out, deceived by his wife; and who will end up hiring him despite this strange business. Gretchen, trainee witch will help him take his first steps. A comic by Arthur De Pins.
A Cool 21 Century Adams Family type tale. A Monster theme park where, unknown to the public, the theme park staff are real Vampires, Ghosts and Monsters! A fabulous book with stylist and sophisticated imagery, smart and sharply defined characterisation and a very funny plot.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
This is a western-style mini-series set in the fictional land of Malaskar, wedged between Alaska & Siberia, during the early years of the 20th century. Unscrupulous businessmen have come to the region to exploit its great mineral wealth, build a megacity, and generally make an all-out assault on Nature. But Nature fights back. It's a tale of : Bonding between a human (boy) and an animal (eaglet) who have much in common. A comic by Benoit Sokal.
Kraa is the last of the sacred giant eagles which the Indian tribe of Lost Valley has revered since time immemorial.Yuma, an Indian child, is the last of his tribe, spared from a massacre only because he was away tending the wounded Kraa. They are spiritual twins, able to read each other's thoughts from any distance. Together, claw and arrow exact bloody revenge.Lost innocence because, in the process, Yuma becomes more like his eagle friend : killing quickly, without any emotion, beyond morality.
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Megalex city is an industrial perfection. It has spread almost all over the planet, destroying everything that is natural, random, abnormal. Megalex works correctly, with the perfection of the artificial. Police are cloned so that they are all the same, perfect, and can fight for Megalex during his four days of life. This is a happy world, as would Aldous Huxley. There are still some pockets of Nature, primarily Forest Chem, a conscious jungle trying to sabotage the unstoppable advance of Megalex, while waiting to Geomesías. In this world must survive a police clone cloned defectively the size of a giant. Only the love they feel Zerain and Kavatah can end this spiral of hatred and destruction. Created by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Fred Beltran.
On Megalex, a gigantic planet-industrial city, every nature is banished. It Man and woman reproduces by cloning itself, people are preprogrammed from birth until death, regimented in classes with unequal privileges. The most spectacular life. The police only has live in 400 days, for citezen they are 40 years, but for the queen 4000 years. Everything would be fine in the Brave New World if only a few remaining ‘anomalies’: a forest irreducible and aggressive, rebels buried and, from time to time, there always a malfunction in the system.
Monday, October 17, 2016
The Zombies That Ate The World is an ongoing comic book series written by Jerry Frissen and illustrated by Guy Davis. It is published in France by Les Humanoïdes Associés and reprinted in North America by Humanoids Publishing/Devil's Due. It is also published in Spain, Germany and Finland.
In a world where humans have to live with the living dead, a new job opportunity is born: zombie catcher. Karl Neard, his sister Maggie and his Belgian friend Freddy Merckx embrace this career in hopes of making easy money. Unfortunately, the job isn’t that simple: not only are zombies dead bodies walking, but they also have a terrible scent and an awful sense of humor. As a matter of fact, zombies just don’t care about anything, since their lives are behind them and they have an eternity to enjoy. Karl and his team end up attracting all sorts of freaks in 2064 Los Angeles.
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Dédé - Eriks detective Deschamps , also briefly Dédé called, is a comic book series by Erik with classic Krimiplot about a private detective from Paris. Dedes Privacy is about the recurring people, mainly from the environment of its common cafes, defined. The cases usually tinged mystical but ultimately explained rationally, but are at the center. Erik himself sees the comic as a "grown-up Semi-Funny in the tradition of Franco-Belgian classics. Only just a little bit evil.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Merlin is a ten-volume series of graphic novels about the wizard of Arthurian legend originally published in French and Dutch in 2001 by European publishers Talent and Soleil. The series was re-issued in 2010 by European publisher Silvester. Book 1, written by Jean-Luc Istin, drawn by Eric Lambert (both French) and colored by Belgian Bruno Stambecco, sets the stage for the birth of Merlin. As is usually the case for European graphic novels, this is a scanlation (a portmanteau of "scan" and "translation"), done by the Dragonz team of Darthscanner of Minutemen fame, DMT and Choky27. Lush story drawn from Celtic elements with gorgeous artwork.