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Caput Mundi: Black 3 – Fall from Paradise | Review

Caput Mundi: Black 3 – Fall from Paradise | Review

The second issue of the Caput Mundi – the Black had seen the theatre of action to move from Rome to Milan, in a triangle that involved, but also Naples, and in the centre of which there was a USB drive that contains mysterious information. The register – our review HERE – it was then concluded with a...

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Caput Mundi: Black 2 – As a Beast | Review

Caput Mundi: Black 2 – As a Beast | Review

Caput Mundi: Black 2 – As a Fierce Beast opens with a small jump space-time: Black is in Milan, in the Navigli district, chino on a lot with a corpse. How did it get there?We go back to the seven days of the Black is locked up in Regina Coeli after the prank giocatogli by the new Mummy. A USB pen drive,...

Caput Mundi: Black 1 – hell is Empty | Review

Caput Mundi: Black 1 – hell is Empty | Review

Caput Mundi – The Monsters of Rome was one of the successes of the past season editorial thanks to the foresight of Editorial Cosmos, and a group of young people, but experts in fact highly experienced, writers who have developed a concept of Roberto Recchioni.Already announced even before the end of...

Caput Mundi 4: The lake fight – Review

Caput Mundi 4: The lake fight – Review

Caput mundi, the miniseries of Editorial Cosmos born from an idea of Roberto Recchioni, you are approaching the conclusion of its first story arc. With the fourth chapter, The lake of fights, you can safely say that the macrotrama that binds the different episodes is incredibly solid.It was not a foregone...

Caput Mundi 4 – The Lake That Fights | Review

Caput Mundi 4 – The Lake That Fights | Review

Let's go in the second half of Caput Mundi, by making first a brief review: the darkest secrets of the Mummy, the cardinal without scruples by the mysterious powers, are locked in a hard drive stolen by the Invisible Man – as seen in the third issue, our review here – and while the Battle seems for the...