Welcome back everyone, we are back with some more comic review goodness. This week we have 3 comics from the awesome people at Vibranium Comics and Games in Ocala Florida. Vibranium will be having some going back to school sales soon among their usual trivia nights and TCG game tournaments. Be sure to check out the Vibranium website to sign up for their emails and get awesome news about upcoming events and sales or just check them out on facebook. As always, the banner above is for facebook and below is for their website.
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This first comic we have from Vibranium is called Britannia Lost Eagles of Rome. This was a very interesting comic about an ex-soldier that after being hurt was retrained to be the world’s first detective basically. Nero sent an army up into germany’s totenwald forrest and while there the amy lost a few golden eagle statues from their banners. Our hero of the day is sent by Nero to use his detective skills to find these Eagles. With him is a female warrior slave that he would want to be with if she wasn’t a slave, it seems he has higher morals than many though that doesn’t stop him in the past from having an affair with a senators wife. One of his biggest obstacles seems like it will be Nero himself as Nero wants him to go straight after the eagles by going off into the forest and our hero wants to use his detective skills which are sending him in another direction entirely.
All in all, I found this to be an interesting mashup of themes between the detective comic and the Roman Legion storyline. Some might see this as a little slow, but I thought it was interesting enough the entire time. I can’t blame the ex-army man at having a crush on the warrior slave thats traveling with him as she is an action filled character. I also liked seeing how insane Nero seemed to be. The historical little tidbits helped make this an enjoyable story to read.
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