Madeleine Holly-Rosing, Fanbase Press Contributor

Madeleine Holly-Rosing, Fanbase Press Contributor

A sequel to Mary Shelley’s School for Monsters: Origins, this story starts two hundred years after the events of Origins. Our main monsters, Shel and Frank, have opened a school for other monsters who might need their guidance. But one night, a mischievous wisp arrives to tell them that children have gone missing in the Kaibob National Forest in Arizona, and the witch, La Llorona, is responsible.

Ever wonder what would have happened if Mary Shelley led a double life and if the monsters she wrote about were real? This charming all-ages fantasy comic provides us with one “what if.”

Jesi/Which-Where and her new partners soon learn what the drug Candi has been developing really does: It gives humans super-human strength. 

In the previous issue, Jesi/Which-Where’s battle with the Oni has given them a glimpse into their greatest fears. But can or will it use that information against her?

Dipping into the Kickstarter pile again, I ran across another comic I’ve been meaning to read: The Adept, an intriguing martial arts story with a female lead.

Being a teenager has its own special trials and tribulations, but for Jesi/Which-Where, finding your identity has taken on a whole new meaning.

Diving back into the Kickstarter pile again, and what turns up, but one of my favorite artists: Stan Yak!

Magic and technology merge in this second issue of Hexware.

In a world deeply divided by the haves and have-nots, a wealthy family deals with the unimaginable—the murder of their only child.  

You might think I live under a rock, and, sometimes, I think I do, but I came into this graphic novel cold. I’d heard the name before, and though I’m not a big fan of horror, I like to expand my horizons. I’m happy to say I was glad I chose this story.

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