The new Iron Age of comics

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The new Iron Age of comics

Fri Jul 15, 2022 6:45 pm

We got Isom from the new Rippaverse: https://rippaverse.com/
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Which looks awesome and so far has raised around $2 Million so far, with a little under 70 days yet to grow.

Other Independent comics I have personally invested in is Gemshock and Jack the Ripper: Vampire Hunter from Mandy Summers:
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And the upcoming Primitive War from Ethan Pettus:
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All three can be found on Indiegogo, though for some reason the direct address won't post on the forum for some reason.
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Re: The new Iron Age of comics

Mon Jul 18, 2022 1:45 am

That looks interesting. I'm kind of strapped for cash at the moment, but if there are scans and they are good, I will consider it.
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Re: The new Iron Age of comics

Sun Aug 07, 2022 4:11 pm

I finally got my copy of "Jack the Ripper, Vampire Hunter"!
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It's even better then I thought it was gonna be. What I thought I was going to get was a righteous level headed normal man in Jack who's vampire hunting is just misinterpreted as serial killing. What I didn't expect, but really enjoy, is that in the comic Jack is slowly loosing his mind as he begins to succumb to vampirism, with his new bloodlust coloring his vampire hunting.
You first see him from the point of view of an American detective who is aiding the British police in tracking down the serial killer, before you see the same events from Jack's point of view.
It's very well done, and the art is fantastic!
This is issue one, and while it does end on a bit of a cliffhanger it does tell a pretty full story. Also the campaign for issue 2 starts soon. I really like this comic, I'm so glad I finally gotten it!
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Re: The new Iron Age of comics

Fri Sep 30, 2022 11:25 am

I read through Isom #1...and I want more. It was a great compelling start, which left just enough questions to wet the imagination. The art is really well done, and the entire book comes off as more professional then most of what the big 2 have been churning out for at least a decade. It took me back to the early 2000s, when there was some quality control in superhero comics. There is a good mix of story, action, and mystery and I really enjoyed reading it. Now all I want is Isom issue #2.
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