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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...

Caput Mundi 6 – Upon This Rock | Review

Caput Mundi 6 – Upon This Rock | Review

In the last, adrenaline-filled number – our review here – the Battle and its unlikely allies had set fire to the night in rome in a chase through the streets of the capital in an attempt to escape from the German and from the men of the Mummy. Holding on tight, mysterious and incriminating information...

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Caput Mundi 5 – Before the Dawn | Review

Caput Mundi 5 – Before the Dawn | Review

Secrets. Information. The occult forces operating in Rome fight for this currency as precious as it is volatile and in fact we left you in the last issue of our review here – with a sort of triple mexican standoff between the Lake Monster, the guardian involuntary, and the consciousness of the city,...

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...

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...