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Cthulhu – The Abyss of Reason by G. A. Gualtieri, M. Nucci, and V. Befani | Review

Cthulhu – The Abyss of Reason by G. A. Gualtieri, M. Nucci, and V. Befani | Review

Like the drop that digs the rock, the patient, but inexorable, Editorial Cosmos continues to present great classics of Italian comics in a form affordable to most people but also to produce new comics that are all strictly Made in Italy by look out on the stage, which has a population of new and young...

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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...

The Chronicles of Corum, Vol. 1 of Mike Baron and Mike Mignola | Review

The Chronicles of Corum, Vol. 1 of Mike Baron and Mike Mignola | Review

In the context of fantasy, contemporary, Michael Moorcock occupies a special place. To tell the truth, it is reductive to define it as a writer of fantasy, considering that she faced disparate narrative genres, including science fiction and numerous blends avant-pop, the style is experimental. In addition,...

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...

The Sun of Austerlitz | Review

The Sun of Austerlitz | Review

After having lived through the campaigns of conquest roman the last month with The Rain of Alesia – our review here – the necklace, the historical Italian Publishing Cosmos, A Hero for A Battle, takes us into the heart of the Europe of the NINETEENTH century and more precisely during the napoleonic wars.With...