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FANGORIA Reviewed and Recommended Graphic Novels

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America's best and long time running Horror Magzine, Fangoria, has included our Spring released Survival-Horror graphic novel in their featured reviews: 

FANGORIA's Jorge Solis review of PANDORA: End of Days volume 01. 


If you'd like to give it a try, the art pages look great on NOOK/Nook Color or iPhone/Droid/tablet devices:  


PANDORA End of Days vol.1


Check out FANGORIA's list of reviewed and recommended Horror/Paranormal Graphic Novel selections

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Re: FANGORIA Reviewed and Recommended Graphic Novels

you ought ot try american vampire from dc's vertigo line awesome read 2 vol. are out all ready.

and LOCKE & KEY vol 1 - 4 are fantastic  as well from IDW.

currently reading:
1) The red pyramid by rick riordan