Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Broken Frontier UXB review

"Writer-artist Colin Lorimer expertly weaves a grim, darkly sardonic story of survival and depravity in a post-apocalyptic London. UXB is a great read. While the premise may not be the most original, Lorimer has done a commendable job of revitalizing familiar genre tropes with this beautiful and compelling narrative."

 Another strong review of UXB over at:

Monday, October 14, 2013

New Project: CURSE

Bleeding cool:

Curse is a new comic from Boom! by and all-star team of Michael MoreciTim Daniel, Riley Rossmo and Colin Lorimer
The first issue ships in January and it is a four issue mini series.
Laney Griffith is a man who will do anything to save his son from leukemia, but the cost of treatment has broken him financially. When he pursues an elusive murderer in the wilderness of his small, rural community, in the hopes of securing a substantial bounty, Laney is confronted with something he never could have expected: a werewolf. The captive lycan, in human form, turns Laney’s life upside-down, forcing him to confront his haunted past and race against the clock—because the wolf will return, and Laney’s son’s condition continues to worsen. CURSE is a story of a family’s survival at all costs.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

UXB on sale today!

Here's another advance review you can check out over at Fanboy comics

"UXB summed up in just a few words: weird, violent, horrific, bizarre, immature, funny, and strange. Reading UXB is like reading a mix of Lord of the Flies, The Walking Dead, and a rated R version of Alvin and the Chipmunks. Das, Muc, and Rif are royally messed up in the head even before being permanently bonded to the suits, and the way they abuse others (and each other) and force them to provide entertainment seems exactly what a group of children granted superpowers would do with them. They recognize no boundaries and have no understanding of the fragility of life, because these concerns are beneath them, thanks to the suits."

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

 Great review of UXB over at Big Shiny Robot

"Being surprised by a story is one of the true joys in life. I’m not talking about having seen parts of a trailer spoil some of a movie, or an accidental comment on a social media thread spoiling a television show you’ve yet to watch off of the DVR. No, I’m talking about enjoying a story totally new to you in every way. That’s the thrill I had during my read of the new graphic novel, UXB, from Dark Horse."