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Initial Orders Due TODAY for INVISIBLE HANDS #2

INVISIBLE HANDS, American Gothic’s Best Graphic Novel Script winner at Silver Scream Fest 2016, continues in April with an issue so nuts you have to read it to believe it. Heads up, AGP fans: today is the LAST DAY to tell your local comic shop to order you copies of INVISIBLE HANDS #2, the new series from Laszlo Tamasfi and …

Chris Sims: “Buy This Book: Gunsuits” (Comics Alliance)

When your comic is called Gunsuits, there’s really only one way it can go. I mean, yes, it suppose that it could be about white-collar executives in the firearms industry, but unless those executives are supplying weapons to the forces of Cobra, I have to imagine that’s going to be a pretty hard sell. No, it pretty much has to be a book …

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Kareem Ali Reviews Gunsuits #2

Review by Kareem Ali for Hulking Reviewer 4/5 Stars The Good Great character development as well as an intriguing story line. The plot thickens The bad Enemies remain faceless other than Potts description. Absurd action takes away from intensity of battle.   Gunsuits #2 continues the multidimensional battle between humanity and unstoppable monsters bent on destroying life everywhere. It opens up …

Review of Gunsuits

Casey Walsh Reviews Gunsuits #1

Gunsuits #1 American Gothic Press Created by: Philip Kim Written by: Paul Tobin Art by: PJ Holden Colors by: Diego Rodriguez Letters by: Marshall Dillon Reviewed by Casey Walsh for Geeks With Wives Mayhem, mechs and monsters collide in an epic inter-dimensional battle in Paul Tobin’s Gunsuits #1. Monsters fighting men in giant mechanized death machines is always a good …

Review of Gunsuits

Dustin Cabeal Reviews Gunsuits #1

Review by Dustin Cabeal for Comic Bastards Not having the proper time to speak about Gunsuits a few weeks back on the CBMFP, I wanted to make sure that I was able to give it a fair shake during this review. It’s honestly been a while since I read a sci-fi story that was good and actually stuck around. I know that I’ve …

Bryant Dillon Reviews GUNSUITS #1

Gunsuits #1 American Gothic Press Created by: Philip Kim Written by: Paul Tobin Art by: PJ Holden Colors by: Diego Rodriguez Letters by: Marshall Dillon Reviewer: Bryant Dillon from Fanboy Comics With the success of kaiju-filled flicks like Pacific Rim and Gareth Edwards’ recent version of Godzilla, it’s clear that there’s a monster-sized appetite in geekdom for large, city-crushing, people-eating monster sagas. Well, American …

Rob Wrecks Reviews GUNSUITS #1

Gunsuits #1 American Gothic Press Created by: Philip Kim Written by: Paul Tobin Art by: PJ Holden Colors by: Diego Rodriguez Letters by: Marshall Dillon Reviewer: Rob Wrecks from Indie ComiX Summary: Soldiers are crowded around screens watching for victory. No, it’s not a news broadcast: each of the screens shows a different world, a different reality, and a different way for …

Shahab Zargari Reviews GUNSUITS #1

By Shahab Zargari from Rise Up Daily GUNSUITS is a whirlwind ride of mecha in constant battles with monsters from alternate universes, adapted from the short story “Wormholes”. Without giving too much away in spoilers, the premise is a very original one. Apparently, we find a way to open up a wormhole to all possible realities and universes and one of the …

Steven Leitman Reviews GUNSUITS #1

Review by Steven Leitman of Reading with a Flightring Famous Monsters Presents: Gunsuits #1 (of 4) On Sale June 3rd American Gothic Press 2015 Written by Paul Tobin Illustrated by PJ Holden Colored by Diego Rodriguez Alright I love a good monster story and more so when it’s mixed into a post apocalyptic science fiction scenario and this one fits …