Category: Mad Cave Studios

Pullbox Reviews: Mad Cave Studios’ The Last Session- an early look at a story about friends and die rolls…

The Last Session Mad Cave Studios Written by Jasmine Walls Art by Dozerdraws Letters by Micah Myers Edited by Michael Moccio Issue 1 available for pre-order, in stores December 1st, 2021 Five high school students meet up for a scheduled session for an LGBTQ+ group. When no one else shows up because the time happened […]

Pullbox Review: They Fell From The Sky Vol. 1

Writer: Liezl Buenaventura (@labuenaventura)Penciler/Inker: Xavier Tárrega (http://xaviertarrega.blogspot.com/)Cover Artist: DJ Chavis (@djcolorscomics)Letterer: Joamette Gil (@JoametteGil) Back in December of 2020, I reviewed the first issue of They Fell From The Sky #1 (https://www.thepullbox.com/2020/12/reviewstheyfellfromthesky1/) and I always say the measure of a new comic is if I want to pick up the next issue or no. In this case, I […]

Pullbox Reviews Battlecats #1 (volume 3)- The third act for the fantasy adventure series kicks off…

Battlecats #1 (volume 3) Mad Cave Studios Written by Mark London Illustrated by Michael Camelo Colors by Tekino With Ricardo Castillo Design & Letters by Miguel A. Zapata With the fall of King Eramad, the kingdom is left in chaos. The people mourn the loss of not just a king, but also a way of […]

Pullbox Reviews: They Fell From The Sky #1

“Tommy Murphy is just an ordinary kid. He goes to school, hangs out with his friends, and fanboys over his favorite TV show. But when a chance encounter in the woods thrusts him into an unlikely friendship with an otherworldly creature, he is forced to navigate bullies, family squabbles, and tween woes… all while trying to prevent an interplanetary war.”

Pullbox Previews: Mad Cave Goes Hammett-Style on Nottingham!

In Nottingham, Hazan, Volk, Romano and Gil take a decidedly DARK (like, a matte black painted room, 500 feet below the earth in the middle of the night during a solar eclipse, with the lights off dark) spin on the Robin Hood mythology, setting the Merry Men as a gang of murderous anarchists, Sheriff Everard Blackthorne as a menacingly effective investigator/interrogator, Maid Marian as a conniving manipulator and Sir Robin himself as, well, one seriously scary dude. (12/13)

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