Out of Time Third Review

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iHero reviewed by Comics and Cookies

The nice people at Comics and Cookies have reviewed iHero. Here are some of the highlights:

 

iHero is a damn clever idea. It’s got satire enough to amuse anyone, and could quite easily function as a cautionary tale to the horrors of modern technology when placed in the wrong hands. iHeroworks as a great parody of modern society…

I liked the character of Icon, and found him to be particularly fascinating. His seemingly past-his-prime status as a superhero is rarely explored in comics, but is something I look forward to discovering throughout the course of iHero’s three issue run.

 

Thank you so much for the review. I really appreciate it. To check out the review in full click here

 

iHero Review Bag and Bored

iHero has been reviewed by the nice people at Bag and Bored. Here are some of the highlights:

 

Let’s just say her reaction is both awesome and somewhat horrible.  Revenge through super-powers, super-powers through technology!…

I liked this comic, I really did…

this is a concept I’d love to see explored even further.  It read easily and the artwork is nice and fluid.

 

 

 

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iHero review inside comix

iHero has continued to garner interest as we have moved into 2014. Inside Comix review ihero. Here are some of the highlights:

 

the story in this has something of a slow pace to it. Which is nice, as this is rather nicely setting things up for the next issue and onward…

I thought this was a nice first starting point for iHero, and I look forward to more. So do be sure to check this out when able too!
4 out of 5 Stars

 

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Another iHero Review

The good people at Comic B*stards have reviewed iHero.

 

Here are some of the highlights:

 

iHero the comic, the results are a good entertaining read that has a nice mix of playfulness and seriousness with some intrigue and mystery blended in as well. This is a sound opening issue that is well worth a look…

 

…Credit goes to Halsall for not only recognizing it, but for running with it and making it his own. Using very recognizable concepts and ideas in today’s world, Halsall directs these aspects to make the reader feel comfortable, and then he institutes original ideas that help to keep the reader turning the pages and not dismissing it as something that has been done before. It’s like a new shoe that has an old shoe comfort and feel…

 

…Halsall gives the reader limited information, but he loads clues all around to help pique interest and leave you craving more.

Greame Kennedy’s art is fresh and does an excellent job of mixing business (the serious occurrences that occur during the investigation of the death) and pleasure (different situations of wearers of the iHero devices and what they do). It works in tandem with the writing to create a balanced work and an entertaining one, with the finished result being a desire of looking forward to Issue #2.

 

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Tales of a Lonely Planet Review 4

The kind folks at The Arcade have reviewed Tales of a Lonely Planet, the comics anthology that I am apart of.

 

Here are some of the highlights:

 

‘Perfect’ is an example of the rest of the stories; a combination of surreal and fun science fiction for fans of all types. Each story is filled to the brim with humour and unique. The reader is refreshed with each piece.

 

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