RICH REVIEWS: Martian Comics # 6

Title: Martian Comics # 6
Publisher: Martian Lit
Writer: Julian Darius
Pencils: Sergio Tarquini, Andre Siregar
Inks: Sara Nietto, Andre Siregar
Colors: R.L. Campos, Donovan Yaciuk
Letters: Julian Darius and Steven Legge
Cover Art: Ean Moody
Price: $ 3.99 US
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Comments: “New Frontiers,” Part 1 A man possessed by a Martian has been manipulating the people of Earth. He sells weapons so he wants war. This story centers on Lee Harvey Oswald. We get into politics here and how the Martian uses them to create turmoil.
“December 1963” Here we see just how far a Martian in a human body is willing to go. This guy is evil and he knows it and does not care.
“Mutiny” This is a sneak peek at Kimot Ren # 1. Martians disagree over how to operate on Earth and this leads to a shootout. It also leads to the start of an adventure for one Martian robot.
This comic will have you looking at Martians from a different light.

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