Monthly Archives: March 2014

[GN] RASL – Romance at the Speed of Light by Jeff Smith

We continue the RASL series reviews with volume 3 of the deluxe paperback editions (vol 1 and vol 2 have been previously reviewed here). Volume 3 has the subtitle of “Romance at the Speed of Light”, which is actually what “RASL” is an acronym for, even though it’s missing the the. This trade paperback collates issues numbers #8-11. Smith’s mastery… Read more »

[GN] RASL – The Fire of St. George by Jeff Smith

RASL: The Fires of St. George continues the RASL comic series trade collation by collecting RASL #4-7 in this deluxe paperback edition. The first volume, RASL: The Drift was previously reviewed here. Continuing where The Drift left off, we’re introduced to the start of a common theme: that of Nikola Tesla and his ideas interwoven throughout the narrative. The quote… Read more »

[GN] RASL – The Drift by Jeff Smith

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Jeff Smith is best known (and for good reason) for his magnum opus, Bone. His recently completed comic project (RASL) is a worthy successor to one of the best comic series of all time. The entire run was recently collated in four separate trade paperbacks – I’ll review each of these volumes. Obviously, you’ll have to start with the first… Read more »

Eve of Destruction by Patrick Carman

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The sequel to the strangely entertaining Dark Eden continues the multimedia frenzy that began with the original book. A variety of files, links, and add-ons are all available in various formats but this review focuses on the physical printed book itself alone. We return to the world of Will Besting and his fellow patients, after their first go-around at Fort… Read more »