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Sep 2015

Why I Read: Impulse

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Today I’m going to review a Korean webtoon I read on the Spottoon platform, Impulse, written and drawn by Minyong Chung (also spelled Min-Yong Jung on the site?) and translated into English by Kyunghwa Lee.  It’s a bit of a dystopian Earth sci-fi, which you all know I’m always a fan of, so sit back and let me tell you about it :D

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Jul 2015

Why I Read: Lost Nova

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lHi, everybody!  It’s Delta-v again and I have another favorite webcomic to share with you.  This one is the most straightforward premise yet, a straightforward swashbuckler with sailing ships, elves, humans, half-elves (Halvers), a quest, and a sunken civilization, a la Atlantis (or Mu, or Lemuria, depending on your literary tastes).

Author and artist Stefanie B. said I could, so let’s cast off for adventure as we explore Lost Nova.

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Jun 2015

Why I Read: BOHICA Blues

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Hi, everybody!  It’s Delta-v bringing you a real change of pace webcomic.  What we have here is the more-or-less true story of what it was like for our troops in Iraq.  Sometimes head-scratchingly bemusing, often side-splittingly funny, but always interesting, artist and author CF Grant (he prefers “Coyote”) gives us an illuminating peek into the lives and times of those who were there.  Taking possibly the greatest risk of his comic career, Coyote gave me, someone who has never served, permission to review his work.

Let’s see how I do.  Friends, let’s go take a look at BOHICA Blues.

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May 2015

Why I Read: The Far Side of Utopia

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Hi, everybody!  It’s your friend Delta-v, and I’m bringing with me an urban fantasy webcomic with an interesting premise:  What if magic were real, and you didn’t have to  be a mage to use it?  Artist and author Bill Reed was generous enough to say “Yes” when I asked,  so let’s go see what kind of a world that (among other things) would make.  Let’s go have a close look at The Far Side of Utopia.

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