Author: Rosalind Mosis
I’m a thirty something British nerd-mum and wannabe author, fueled by tea, poor decision making and a need to be distracted. Cursed to watch favourite characters die and ships sink. Send help.

REVIEW: The Mighty Thor: At The Gates of Valhalla

It's pretty clear the focus of this issue is to bring the War of the Realms crashing back into our lives.
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REVIEW: Sex Criminals #24

In Sex Criminals #24, everyone's getting back on their feet, their epiphanies now manifesting.
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REVIEW: The Mighty Thor #706

The Mighty Thor is dead, long live the Mighty Thor.
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REVIEW: Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade #4

Flat and rushed feels like an adequate way to describe Tomb Raider: Survivor's Crusade so far.
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Calm Thine Tits, The Pointless Overreaction to the Least Radical Thor

So, now that the dust has settled on Thor 705, and we're facing what is effectively a wake in 706, I think now's a good time to address the very white elephant in the room.
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REVIEW: Sex Criminals #23

Not much happens, yet so much is happening. This is heartbreaking, yet uncomfortably familiar. It's difficult to read, but I mean that in the best way.
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REVIEW: Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Coronation #2

The series so far is an intriguing take on Jareth the Goblin King and the world of the Labyrinth.
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REVIEW: Ghostbusters: Answer The Call #4

Whilst this might not set the world on fire plot wise, it is fun, true to the characters and clearly building up to something pretty epic.
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REVIEW: The Mighty Thor #705

Aaron has known it was going down like this for a long time and the payoff was heartbreaking.
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REVIEW: Barbarella #4

Barbarella #4 is a visual splash of sixties rainbow garnish and slinky sexuality.
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