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Webcomics: Reviews of Gods Can't Die, Kamikaze, and The Secret Life of Gitmo's Women

Webcomics: Reviews of Gods Can't Die, Kamikaze, and The Secret Life of Gitmo's Women

Time Codes: 00:00:29 - Introduction 00:03:23 - Another jab at Eisner Award definitions 00:05:05 - Gods Can't Die 00:27:25 - Kamikaze 00:52:38 - The Secret Life of Gitmo's Women 01:15:59 - Wrap up 01:18:59 - Contact us   Sean and Derek are back with their monthly foray into the realm of webcomics. They begin with Z. Akhmatova's Gods Can't Die, a lavishly illustrated fantasy of adventure and self-discovery. This is a relatively young webcomic, beginning in April 2016, so readers can easily jump on board with its prologue and first chapter. It's the story of Ena, born of both human and god, as she searches for her deity father and encounters other gods and creatures along the way. Next, they discuss Kamikaze, a futuristic dystopic tale created by Alan Tupper, Carrie Tupper, and Havana Nguyen. Its teenage protagonist, Markesha Nin, is a lightning-fast courier making deliveries within competing corporate interests and trying to provide for her blind father. The guys can't help but think

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