Kaching Comic Reviews

Published on April 25th, 2022 | by Richard Boom


Review: Cavewoman Metal Age #2

It has been a massive trip for Meriem, the lead in all the Cavewoman comics, brought to you by artist/creator/legend Budd Root and his publisher Amryl Entertainment, led by the icon Kevin Alsop.

Meriem started out as this young girl, who is rescued from some nasty folks by her Gramps and then enhanced and timetravelingering to the era of dinosaurs. At one point her former town of Marshville is also transported through space and time, and that is where she meets her hunkalove Bruce.

Many stories have been lovingly drafted, and since Budd sadly is not the fastest artist, many artists have helped Cavewoman onto a steady schedule. From Paul Renaud to Rob Durham and from Wallace to the trustworthy Devon Massey.

Each artist and writer of course has his own idea of how Meriem should be portrayed and there indeed have been many versions so far.

Newest version is the AMRYL BLACK version in which Cavewoman is taken into a “METAL AGE” with more gore and action then ever before! Writer Dave Kopecki and artist Andrew Mangum have taken it upon themselves to break Meriem free from dino’s and set her against goblins, magical gauntlets, fluorescent gems and much more…

You will get to see bigtime action when Meriem is swordwielding her way through the battlefield of a evil goblin infested world, where she is trying to save the remaining mankind.

Expect swords clashing, heads beheading and everything will look spikey or ends up on a spike!

This is the METAL age of Cavewoman and it is 2 issues in! And Cavewoman-fans will drool to get more of this!

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Richard is the driving force behind Comics for Sinners. His love and admiration for female comic book characters is virtually unparalleled, which immediately explains his biggest 'sin': his Hot Mummy fetish. This sketchbook theme is philogynistic in nature and even the source of his WIP comic book series "The Sisterhood".

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