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Well, it’s been a long while since I did any reviews, but that is about to change! I’m back with Captain Midnight; however, before I start doing single issue recaps, let’s start with a quick catch-up. These will be quick reviews of the issues leading up Read More
Senso issue number five begins in a different area from where we were last issue. Tomoe’s husband, Buichi, and one of his men are trying to get to the Shogun and tell him of the aliens crashing down. They are stopped by a group of bat-ninjas called the Read More
Right off the heels of Tempus nearly destroying Nightshade, Nevada, everyone has been working hard to rebuild the town, especially Captain Midnight. It’s now Halloween and Jones thinks that Midnight needs cheering up. He finds a store that is Read More
The fourth issue of Senso begins with a shot of Usagi and Tomoe, unconscious and trapped under a building. If you remember, another space ship crashed right near them and they ran into shelter for protection. It wasn’t much, but it was enough to keep Read More
What I like about comic books is that they end on a cliffhanger, but the next issue picks it right back up. It’s almost like an old radio serial that ends with “What will happen to our hero? Find out next time!” and that’s very appropriate for Captain Read More
Part three of Senso finds Usagi and Tomoe riding through the nearest town, warning people of the invaders. The invaders are setting buildings aflame and crushing everyone under their metal feet. There is some humor amongst the tragedy, when what I Read More
Usagi Yojimbo issue #2 picks up where issue #1 left off: a massive bomb or spaceship had landed on the battlefield. The warriors of both sides shuffle off, looking like zombies or, at the very least, extremely traumatized by what had happened. A lot of Read More
In the last issue of Captain Midnight, he and Jones successfully fought off an invasion of Midnight’s mountain base. However, the leader of the mercenary group, Tempus, got away and took a small town hostage. He wanted to draw Midnight out and it Read More
Usagi Yojimbo is about a rabbit bodyguard set in the Edo period of Japanese history. Instead of humans, there are anthropomorphic animals that are the characters of the story. The main character is Miyamoto Usagi, who is a rōnin samurai. He wanders the Read More
The thirteenth issue of Captain Midnight starts off with a bang and a prison escape. A mysterious man breaks out an old enemy of Midnight’s, Tempus. He has been hiding in a regular prison instead of being somewhere more secure. Tempus is leading the men Read More
I’m pretty sure this is the final issue of Mass Effect: Foundation, which is a bit sad since I really enjoyed reading about all these characters that I know and love. Hopefully, there will be more, either in this series, or another. I’m going to warn Read More
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