Digital Mini Reviews | Indie Comics For Original Content

Hi there!

Oftentimes, when we think about comic books nowadays, we can’t help but think about superheroes and anything under the DC Comics or Marvel Comics umbrellas. Fortunately for us, there is so much more available to us out there, especially with publishers that guarantee and promote original content straight out of the creators’ minds. Today, I wanted to showcase a couple of comics that all belong to the widely popular Image Comics that might catch your attention!


This feature, published at an undetermined frequency (weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, who knows), will present a couple of mini reviews on anything that isn’t in a physical format that I own (ebooks, comic books, TV series or movies).

Click on the covers to be redirected to their Goodreads/IMDB page!
Anything presented in this feature doesn’t necessarily mean that it won’t get a full-review treatment in the future. That will entirely depend on how much I loved it, how interested you are in hearing more on it, and how much I have to still say about it! ๐Ÿคฃ

You can find out more about my thoughts by visiting me over at my blog here:

Roars & Echoes.

TILL NEXT TIME,

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24 thoughts on “Digital Mini Reviews | Indie Comics For Original Content

    1. Honestly, I’m convinced they can be enjoyed with the right mindset and the right timing. As for Ice Cream Man, it might also just be a question of an acquired taste. It has a unique, absurd style to it that might be exactly what some reasons are looking for! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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  1. I certainly appreciate getting to see comics outside the big 2 publishers, it’s just too bad many of them weren’t more entertaining. Two of them vaguely reminded me of movies or shows I’ve seen. Time Before Time reminded me of a sci-fi show I don’t recall the name of. It was about a poluted, falling apart future that was holding lotteries to see who’d get to be sent back to the very distant past where they were establishing settlements, and some folks were able to bypass the lottery system. It also had backstabbing and grudges. I didn’t watch more than a few episodes, though. And Ice Cream Man reminds me of a movie where a father keeps his daughter safely inside their home, teaching her how dangerous it is outside and how she can’t go out. He has all the windows boarded up and the door locked tight. But she’s of the age where she’s curious and finds her way out, meeting the ice cream man, who is a strange and suspicious character. Eventually we learn why the father kept them locked up, what the danger was, and how the ice cream man fit in. It was very different than I’d expected and I enjoyed it. I think it was called Freaks.

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    1. Same. I love diversifying my reading, as you’ve probably already noticed and there are so many gems out there if we dig in the right places. That sci-fi show sounds intriguing! It does sound like Time Before Time. The movie that reminds you of Ice Cream Man reminds me of another movie/book I watched/read called Room. However, your description of that ice cream man in the movie sounds so intriguing! I’ll try and add Freaks to my watchlist. ๐Ÿ˜€

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      1. Was Room the book by Emma Donoghue? I was visiting a bookfair and flipping through a copy of that book when a complete stranger stopped and told me how great it was, so I said thanks and bought a copy. I’ve not yet read it but have wanted to ever since then.

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        1. That’s exactly the one. I read and watched the movie and found them both quite well done in their own rights! The writing style might be awkward at first but I found myself fully immersed by the experience. Hope you get around to trying it out someday, Todd! ๐Ÿ˜€

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