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Chanbara – the Lightning and The Thunder of R. Recchioni & A. Accardi | Review

Chanbara – the Lightning and The Thunder of R. Recchioni & A. Accardi | Review

The Stories have been in recent years one of the insights editorial happier, but also less incensate of the SBE. A cauldron in which were born some of the most recent successes of the publisher of Tex and Dylan Dog, just think of Mercury Loi or stories self-conclusive as Lavennder by Giacomo Bevilacqua.Among...

Alive and kicking Vol. 2 – I Hate Palm | Review

Alive and kicking Vol. 2 – I Hate Palm | Review

A tomato has been killed tonight. And so begins the second and last volume, branded of course, BAO Publishing, Live-and-Vegeta, entitled, in a manner equally precise Hate of Palma.The District of Plants, in eternal conflict with the District of the Flowers, is in turmoil. The arrival of the Palm trees,...

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She-Hulk by John Byrne | Review

She-Hulk by John Byrne | Review

This Omnibus presents stories from a series that its output did discuss, arousing the enthusiasm of many readers and the perplexity of many others. The protagonist is the beautiful She-Hulk, one of the most sexy, popular and sympathetic of the Marvel Universe. Jennifer Walters, cousin of Bruce Banner,...

Twenty thousand Leagues Under The Seas – The Great Literature of the Comics Vol. 17 | Review

Twenty thousand Leagues Under The Seas – The Great Literature of the Comics Vol. 17 | Review

Jules Verne has always been synonymous with adventure and science-fiction. Many, indeed, consider him to be the father of this particular genre of narrative. With imagination, it was without a doubt one of the writers most inventive and visionary of his time and gained an incredible success. Many of...