Archive for November, 2011

Fellowship of the Geeks Reviews All Fall Down

Friday, November 18th, 2011

040-arcana_promo-allfalldown02.jpgFellowship of the Geeks recently reviewed All Fall Down, which you can read in full by CLICKING HERE. Below is an excerpt from the review.

Casey Jones’s story is very thought provoking. I have read stories of super beings losing their powers and the average Joe suddenly gaining powers, but not like this. The contrasting art styles are unique and enjoyable.

Please head over to Fellowship of the Geeks to read the entire review. Keep in mind you can order a copy of the book through the Arcana Store HERE and through retailers (Diamond AUG110793 / ISBN 978-1-926914-23-7).

Project Fanboy reviews All Fall Down

Friday, November 18th, 2011

040-arcana_promo-allfalldown02.jpgAll Fall Down, coming out this month, was recently reviewed by Project Fanboy. Please CLICK HERE to read the review in full and below is an excerpt from the review.

“I wasn’t sure what to expect from this when I started reading, but part one completely sucked me in. I loved being introduced to these to the heroes of this world as they lost their powers in some extremely painful situations (my favorite was the Flash-clone, Presto)… Overall, this is a great concept that’s handled pretty well but slightly flawed.”

Again, please head over to Project Fanboy to read the entire review by CLICKING HERE.

Broken Icon Reviews Ripperman

Friday, November 18th, 2011

776-arcana_promo-ripperman02.jpg Broken Icon recently reviewed Joe Martino’s Ripperman, (Diamond AUG110798 / ISBN 978-1-897548-33-2). You can read the entire review HERE, but below is an excerpt from it.

“This book is the ultimate test of a man, Ripperman is stuck between Heaven and Hell while trying to balance himself in our world. Joe Martino really dips into the darker side of man as Ripperman tears through demons and the worse people that humanity have to offer. There is a scene in the book that really stood out to me; when a cult worshipping Ripperman sacrifices innocent people to gain his attention, instead of praising them he kills each one of them making them pay for their sins with their own blood.

Joe takes Ripperman to the brink of darkness and back again and does a great job really developing the character. Another feature of this book that I really enjoyed is the back story the Martino sprinkles in. We jump between Heaven and Hell to get more info on Ripperman and the destiny that has been set in place, while jumping into the past to show the readers how he was created and from whom.” 

Be sure to head over to Broken Icon to read the entire review by CLICKING HERE.