Friday, October 20, 2017

Psychic Street Fight

Action and Adrenaline 




Greetings, SFC Enthusiasts! Welcome back to another ground pound review at Comic Unknown! We have the privilege of returning to the world of Super Fighting Championship (SFC). Issue two puts us almost immediately into a telepathic match between two psychics, Psionica and the Manipulator followed by a match between The Ram (who controls a field of kinetic energy) and The Gentleman (who controls the powers of shadows). While some supers were actual heroes in the past, others had used their powers for their own benefit. With certain expectations on the line as one of the fighters plans on retiring, readers can enjoy the friendship these fighters have towards one another once they are out of the ring. SFC Issue Two continues with the action-packed pace and also gives the readers a more personal look at the characters. It fleshes out their unique personalities as they are hard at work trying to make their living. The issue also continues off with an SFC Secret file of the great Angelica Reigns as well as a continuation of the mini-series Titanium.


SFC Issue two continues with the same quality issue one provided and does not show any signs of slowing down. The story continues in its steady pace while delivering some excellent fighting exhibitions in between. Considering there are more enchanting or scientific battles in this issue, the art is able to use a nice variety of colors and effects to display things such as shadow powers and psychic abilities. The issue is definitely a fantastic read that only prompts eagerness for the next issue. While unavailable to the public yet, SFC Issue two will be on Kickstarter on October 23rd so make sure to follow their Facebook page to keep track of any updates and catch issue one as it is currently available on IndyPlanet for both print and digital and digitally on Gumroad.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Stars Aren't Born

They're Made


Comic Unknown would like to introduce you to the lucrative world of entertainment involving superhumans clashing in a ring to become the winner of the Super Fighting Championship (SFC for short). Following an unfortunate event where two of the fighters are badly injured, the coordinators of the championship have set up a tournament to establish who is to be crowned as the new champion. Each with their own abilities, SFC Issue one introduces us to Kasai, Boss Stunna, Arma Dei, Jayco, Dynamo, Angelica Reigns, The Gentleman, The Ram, The Manipulator, and Psionica. SFC is jam-packed with three separate fights: Arma Dei VS Jayco, Dynamo VS Angelica Reins, and Kasai VS Boss Stunna. Both on the spotlight and off, these characters easily become personable and pleasant to follow. As the story unfolds, the tension becomes evident between characters as it may become key to future issues. 

SFC #1 establishes to what will become a genuinely entertaining series as both the writing and art is on point.  The issue has a creative team that has great potential. The story is by Marcel Dupree, John Griz, Julien Kohlman and Guido Martinez with the script by Julien Kohlman and Guido Martinez. Lucas Perdomo (Art), Marco Pagnotta (Colors) and Brant Fowler (Letters) brings the story to life as they develop a visually enticing story and performed above and beyond. The issue ends with a smaller story called Titanium where we follow a group of rebels with valuable data as they escape what is only known as the Federation of Freedom. Release by Evoluzione Publishing, Super Fighting Championship Issue One is available on IndyPlanet for both print and digital and digitally on Gumroad. Be sure to follow up on all things SFC by following their Facebook page!

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Mayor's Youngest Daughter

Sinful Bindings


We open ourselves to an unusual position and encounter a comic like no other. Unlike the usual style and genre in the comic book world, we have fallen into the experience of Fetish Babies Issue One. In a journey of self-discovery, Fetish Babies follows the life of Barbara, a seventeen-year-old who begins to recognize her desire for the world of fetishes. Originally from a small town where anything remotely entertaining is shunned upon, Barbara devised a plan to make her way to where she believes she can explore her needs: New York City. Her motivation soon finds success as she obtains a scholarship to Columbia University in NYC and enrolls to study Behavioral Sciences. Her conquest to obtain her mischievous dream arises as she proceeds to buy her first fetish outfit and make her way to a party at Paddles, a dungeon club where the like-minded people can enjoy their time. Is Barbara prepared to jump into a world she has only dreamed of and take it by the straps or is she in over her head and unready for it?

Created by both Rob and Alyssa Andersin, Fetish Babies Issue One was successfully funded on Kickstarter on February 14th, 2017. Fetish Babies is an all-out unique experience, beginning with the book's format. The tale is told as a blog entry with the narrative on one page and the artwork on the other. As readers witness Barbara unraveling her newly found encounter, one is eager to know what happens next. Concluding with a cliffhanger, the creators leave the readers wanting more. Regardless whether the audience is interested into fetishes, BDSM, or anything related, one can truly appreciate the art by Satine Zillah as it brings the story to life. Fetish Babies consists of 32 pages, replacing the average comic page size with a letter-sized form and is available both digitally and physically (4.99 and 10.00 respectively). Be part of the Fetish Babies experience as the second issue's Kickstarter is currently live and creeping to their goal. Rob Andersin is also the creator of WrittenSins.com, the home for indie comic book creators.


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Friday, October 13, 2017

Riding Boots

Good Knight

Comic Unknown re-enters the world of Rapid-Eye as we connect into the wave link of Issue Two. We follow CIA Operative Eddie Phillips as he begins to seek help for his recent interactions with those using the Access Trance Machine. With almost nowhere else to hide or find help, he locates Dr. Ella Krupke in hopes to find a solution to his problems. Rapid Eye Issue Two follows its predecessor and becomes the must-read of the stack. In a world where someone can kill you in your dreams, where can one be truly safe? Eddie's debacle continues to haunt him as he is clearly a target by the same agency he works for. How far will they be willing to go to reach him and permanently make him quiet? 

Issue two's creativity and design of the story holds no bounds and lets any idea run free and go into full gear. Its complimentary art style stays true to its readers and does not dwindle away its quality. Rapid Eye Issue Two was successfully funded on Kickstarter on August 27, 2017, and created by Bobby Torres with Anthony Rodriguez and Bobby as the writers, Rowel Roque as the Artist, Ronson Edulan as the Colorist, Dave Sharpe as the Letterer/Designer and both Jack Garcia and Jason Bennett as the Editors. While Issue Two is not yet available for pre-order, check out Tenacious Comics' page to pick up a copy of Issue One. Make sure to check out their social media pages such as Facebook and Twitter for any updates on Rapid Eye and the other books they produce.

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Sunday, June 11, 2017

Desolation Day

DISEMBOWLED EARTH


An unknown pathogen was unleashed to the world. Governments crumble, society collapsed and military powerhouses were wiped out. This biological attack selectively aimed for all males, causing an unforeseen destruction that spread in less than 24 hours. Comic Unknown enters the world of Under the Flesh. Hunkered down in a library made of brick and high windows, a small group of survivors is carefully treading through this outbreak.  Within the group is a man named Ruben, a Lieutenant that was undergoing nanobot experimentation that fights viruses, boost strength, and enhances cognition. Fortunately for him, this experiment is what allows him to survive the infection even after being bitten. What will this group experience and what decisions must they have in order to survive. 

Under The Flesh issue one is the source of a nail and flesh biting series. It is the comic equivalence to Dawn of the Dead's mall, except in a library. The issue begins to develop the characters as they are introduced and carefully show the reader their features or traits. Written and created by Gilbert Deltrez, the narrative is excellently written as it intensifies the reader's imagination to the character's situation and places the reader peering out the library's window and gawking out in this zombie-filled environment. The art, done by J. L. Giles, clearly shows the disorder in this newly unwanted life as it crawls and climbs out of the pages. The colors compliment the story's outbreak as it adds the weight to all of this chaos. UTF is an awesome zombie comic that is full of action. Under The Flesh issue one was successfully Kickstarted back on August 3, 2014 and is currently available for $0.99 on Comixology. To become a flesher fan be sure to check out UTF on Facebook and Twitter.

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Monday, June 5, 2017

Hell Hound

The Fur Ball and his Rustbucket

Comic Unknown would like to welcome back the team behind the Victorian thriller comic Cognition with their latest issue. Legend tells a tale of a demon dog that plagues anyone in its path. The locals call it the Black Shuck and those who have seen the beast will be cursed with extreme poor luck. Cognition issue two follows the B.O.S.S. team as they investigate certain unfortunate events in the countryside of England to confirm the legend's authenticity. During their travels, Sigma plays a little mind game with Hattie insisting he wants to get know the team better. By diving into her memories both Cal and Sigma learn about her melancholy past and how she became a member of B.O.S.S. After gathering further intel at a saloon they begin their investigation. Unfortunately, the hunters became the hunted when the beast found them first. Will the B.O.S.S. team come out of this unscathed or did they bite off more than they can chew? 

Issue #2 of Cognition contains the same content format as the previous issue: one major story followed by a bonus one. The narrative doesn't waste any quality as it is on an equal level with the last issue with a dark entity disturbing the locals and the team must lay it to rest. There is a very much deserved admiration for Ken Reynolds for crafting this brilliant story which is easy to follow and well balanced. This issue really centers on Cal and Sigma's limitations and how they must be in close proximity to be at their full potential. The art by Sam Bentley is what distinguishes this comic from any other. Dark art styles and great use of shadows follow suit with the comic's grim Victorian setting. One minor concern is in certain scenes where the characters and the background are tricky to distinguish but it is hardly to note about. All in all the comic bold and beautiful. The same goes for the bonus story where a clairvoyant named Martha, struggles to find the moral gray area in line of work. Cognition #2 has been successfully backed on Kickstarter and can always use new supporters. Don't forget to follow them on their Facebook and Twitter if you haven't already.


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Saturday, June 3, 2017

Lone Hunter

Witch's Nightmare

Welcome back to another feudal review at Comic Unknown. We enter the world where witches slither the seas and blackened trees. Where they roam over hill, under stone, crossroad, castle or even your comfy home. We enter the world of Kittarou Witch Hunter! Created by Blake Clouser, the self-titled series follows a rogue witch hunter wandering into a small town that is plagued by a witch that killed a woman and hung her as a scarecrow. Kittarou begins to investigate the occurrence and tries to fit together the pieces of this dark puzzle. He has a reaver with the soul of a witch named Toge to help assist his progress. Traps and false leads do not deter this witch hunter as he fights, slices and dices, and sets forth with skill and some humor as he traverses through the town to find the truth. This unique duo has hidden tricks and talents that make them a tough adversary. 

A masterless Witch Hunter is called a Rohantanin


As a protagonist, Kittarou is a Rohantanin that is not too serious but when in action, he knows exactly what he is doing. The Kittarou creative team also includes Felix Novara: Pencils and Designer, Mekenzie Martin: Colors, Kierston Van De Kraats: Ink Wash Shades, and James PeƱafiel: Flats. Blake Clouser and his team manages to have the art style match perfectly and fits the action and genre of the story. Kittarou Witch Hunter is easily an addictive and entertaining story that has action and a little comedy too. Its art is that of professionals and Kittarou Witch Hunter is an awesome webcomic that is consistently updated on their site or Taptastic. It is currently on page 53, so there already is a great amount of content already available. While available for free, readers can support this awesome creator via Patreon or Paypal. We expect to see the story grow with more back story of Kittarou and Toge throughout the series. Make sure to check out this series' social media on Facebook and Twitter.


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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Hidden Guardian

THE STUFFED BEAST



Welcome to a special MegaCon Orlando 2017 comic review. We had the pleasure to meet with writer Richard Rivera at Artist Alley as we stumbled onto his work: Stabbity Bunny. We had the opportunity to check out issue one and the quality is extraordinary. The story follows a second grader on a school field trip named Grace. Her day, unfortunately, changes to the worse as she is abducted by a stranger and is ransomed. If her mother does not obey the instructions exactly, Grace may pay for the consequences. Unluckily for Larry Greene the abductor, Grace has her stuffed bunny Stabbity with her and Larry has no idea what is about to happen to him. Mystical/ dark forces surround Stabbity as he animates and retaliates against Larry. One thing leads to another and Larry Greene is no longer an issue. As Grace's mother finds Grace safe and sound, Stabbity is back in Grace's arms as if nothing as occured.

Larry Greene
Stabbity Bunny Issue One is very enticing and exciting as pages were flipped continuously from cover to cover. The dark details and clean art combined with the rhyming narrative adds a creepy tone throughout the comic as the reader experiences Grace's misadventure. The art by Dwayne Biddix and Liezl Buenaventura grabs the readers immediately as the comic shows the character's emotions and vividly comes to life as if it is an animated film. Considering this is simply the first issue, there are many questions that come to mind (such as the mysterious glyphs that appear on the knife). Stabbity Bunny is a mysterious force to be reckoned with and should not be taken for granted. We would like to learn more about the characters as the series continue especially the origin of Stabbity. Stabbity Bunny Issue one was successfully Kickstarted July 2nd, 2015 and is now available at the Stabbity Bunny Site. To follow any updates on Stabbity and company, readers can check our their Facebook page and Twitter.

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