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The Doctrine: the crime of reflection | Review

The Doctrine: the crime of reflection | Review

After a meticulous editorial care carried out with Feltrinelli Comics, Alessandro Bilotta (author of the last great adventure of Mercury Loi output a few weeks ago) and Carmine Di Giandomenico (a veteran of the collaboration with DC Comics, Flash Rebirth, and, this year, present to the store with Oudeis,...

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Mercury Loi – The Small Stage | Review

Mercury Loi – The Small Stage | Review

In the first volume hardcover – entitled The Rome of Crazy – we had reincontrato, after the adventure started appearing in The Stories 28 and subsequently reprinted in the volume, Mercury, Loi. Professor, idlers, philosopher, but above all, curious. In the papal Rome of mid-800, Mercury loves to solve...

Dylan Dog Special 32: Planet of the Dead – In the Name of the Son | Review

Dylan Dog Special 32: Planet of the Dead – In the Name of the Son | Review

The Planet of the Dead is definitely one of the publishing solutions are more convincing not only related to Dylan Dog, but of the whole of the SBE so it can be “imitated” in forms such as, for example, the young Tex de The Novels to the Comics.Let's do a little review on The Planet of the Dead: Alessandro...

Mercury Loi at the crossroads: interview with its creator Alessandro Bilotta!

Mercury Loi at the crossroads: interview with its creator Alessandro Bilotta!

Mercury Loi is the first comics at the crossroads of Sergio Bonelli, Publisher: chat with the creator and writer of the series, Alessandro Bilotta.A couple of days ago is out on Librogame''s-Land, a review of the “technique” of walking In Rome, book six of the series starting Mercury Loi-created by Alessandro...