Action Horror Thriller

    Monster Vol 1: Herr Dr. Tenma Review

    Monster Vol. 1: Herr Dr Tenma

    In Naoki Urasawa’s Monster Vol 1: Herr Dr. Tenma a cold-blooded serial killer is on the loose in post-unification Germany. The only one who can stop him is the brilliant Japanese surgeon, Dr. Kenzo Tenma.

    Why? Because the good doctor has a secret that even he doesn’t know.

    Fed up with hospital politics and determined to honor his oath to save lives, Kenzo risked his career to save the life of a horribly injured young boy.

    Little did he know that in the process, he created a monster.

    Enter a psychological thriller with complex characters, conspiracy and deep character development –that is second to none.

    Presented by one of Japan’s greatest living mangakas, Naoki Urasawa. Enjoy a journey into the heart of pure evil.

    How far is Kenzo willing to go to atone for his part in unleashing a sociopathic killer on the world? Read on to find out… Continue Reading

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    Action Horror Thriller

    Hellblazer: Original Sins Review

    Hellblazer: Original Sins by Jamie Delano and John Ridgway (plus other artists) is the definite starting point of the adventures of John Constantine –England’s favorite chain-smoking, amoral magician. Johnny boy isn’t…

  • Palestine by Joe Stacco Review
    Biographical Drama Historical

    Palestine by Joe Sacco Review

    Palestine by Joe Sacco is an intimate, raw and passionate look at the ‘original’ Middle-East conflict. This graphic novel presents Joe Sacco’s (non-fictional) interviews with Palestinians and Israelis in the West…