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REVIEW: 'Two Moons' #1 by John Arcudi, Valerio Giangiordano, and Dave Stewart

 RUMBLE and B.P.R.D. writer JOHN ARCUDI is back at Image with rising star VALERIO GIANGIORDANO for an all-new ONGOING HORROR SERIES!  This issue starts the long journey of a young Pawnee man named Virgil Morris - a.k.a. Two Moons.- fighting for the Union during the Civil War. When he is suddenly confronted with his shamanic roots, he discovers horrors far worse than combat as the ghosts of his past reveal the monstrous evil around him! TWO MOONS #1 Writer: John Arcudi Artist: Valerio Giangiordano, Dave Stewart Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: February 24, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Score:  ★★★★☆ (4/5) Adding to the independent comic landscape this week with a stellar debut is 'Two Moons' #1 from John Arcudi, Valerio Giangiordano, and Dave Stewart. Indies serve some of the most ambitious, unique, and complicated stories in all of comics. Superhero stories just aren't enough and what Image Comics offers here is something you won't see anywhere else.  Beginning with a yo

LISTEN: 'Black Canary' Comic Book Band Releases Real Music


If your comic book heroine is the lead singer in a rock band then you damn well better have some music to back that up. Thankfully, DC Comics did just that and 'Black Canary' has gone live with a 3-track EP appropriately titled "EP-1" on Bandcamp. It's a great marketing campaign to promote the release of the first collected trade, Kicking and Screaming available now

DC went as far as creating a page on their official site for the band made up of D.D., Lord Byron, Paloma and Ditto. Of course Dinah Drake Lance aka D.D. is the Black Canary "out of Gotham’s hippest suburb, Burnside." The page has bios and tour dates that include Metropolis, Central City, Keystone City, among others. 

In reality the music comes from writer Brenden Fletcher,  Caveboy lead vocalist/guitarist Michelle Bensimon and producer Joseph Donovan, who co-wrote two of the three tracks, and performed all three. (The third track on the EP, "The Man With The X-Ray Eyes," is a cover of a song from the 1981 Bauhaus album Mask.)

Check out the tracks now in the player below. They're actually quite good. The self-described "blend of electronic beats and killer riffs," is pretty accurate and bring to mind early Berlin. Enjoy!




Source: THR

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