Ariel Baska's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Comics Bookcase Reviews: 8
9.1Avg. Review Rating

9
Black AF: American Sweetheart OGN

Jun 23, 2020

The story in this spin-off series is entertaining, stunningly drawn and inked, and important as all hell. If you want to know more about the America you live in, but would prefer it be colorful and planted in the fantastic, this is a comic for

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9
Dracula, Motherf**ker! OGN

Oct 6, 2020

Explosive colors and stunning artwork make this LA vampire noir a bite worth tasting.

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9
Marvel's Voices: Legacy #1

Feb 24, 2021

A fitting collection to celebrate storytelling and representation, that holds up the Black experience and wraps a blanket of context and love around the heroes of some of Marvels most beloved comics.

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9.5
Marvel's Voices: Indigenous Voices #1

Nov 19, 2020

A delightful trio of indigenous superhero stories designed to continue and extend the Marvel lore through artfully crafted storytelling, at once wrapping you in warmth, dangling you in suspense, or hurling you into space.

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8.4
Miranda in the Maelstrom #1

Sep 1, 2020

Miranda in the Maelstrom is a winning work of imaginative sci-fi, that will please audiences of all ages (ok, 10+ probably). If you need some escapism right now (who doesnt?) you should follow her - Miranda is going place.

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10
Mtsyry Octobriana 1976 #1

Oct 9, 2020

Soviet aesthetics get a blissful neon makeover in this salacious and satisfying one-shot.

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9
Redbone OGN

Nov 13, 2020

A gorgeously illustrated slice of rock history wrapped in the secret history of this nation, Redbone - The True Story of a Native American Rock Band is an excellent graphic novel.

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8.6
The Lab #1

Jun 30, 2020

Allison Conways debut graphic novel The Lab is a textless but relentless take on the life of a bipedal lab rat. Good for a long hard look at the human race.

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