Fabian Wood

Beyond Publishing – A Caribbean Milestone

Founded in 2011 on the sunbathed tropical island of Barbados, Beyond Publishing Caribbean was created by a coalition of passionate Caribbean artists and writers, themselves fans of comics, movies, anime, and books. It was established to be a platform for local and regional talent and creativity, with the agenda of advocating and popularizing their works under one banner. Brimming with a wealth...

Fabian Wood

Fabian Wood

Hailing from the eastern-most Caribbean island of Barbados, Fabian Wood has long since been fascinated by the power of storytelling to inspire and invoke emotions – whether in film, comics or videogames. No longer content to be just an avid comic book reader and videogamer, he’s eager to exercise his literary acumen as an aspiring writer and reviewer.
Review-Young Justice: Outsiders

Review-Young Justice: Outsiders

Having suffered an arduous six-year hiatus, the third season of Young Justice was pretty much a forlorn dream of avid fans. But thanks to the powers that be, and a tireless fanbase, this beloved series has been granted an extra life. When it debuted back in November...

Review- Krypton: Season 2

Review- Krypton: Season 2

Hoping to tell a compelling story about an alien civilization based on the world’s first superhero, set two generations before he was even born, Krypton had to really justify its existence to an audience, both novice and seasoned, where the planet’s fate was literally...

Black Lighting: Season 2 Review

Black Lighting: Season 2 Review

Not content with simply improving on aspects that made the first season worthwhile, Black Lightning season two actually achieves some well-conceptualized innovations. Segmenting the entire season into small, progressive arcs called “Books”, further broken down per...

Reign Of The Black Supermen

Reign Of The Black Supermen

While not the first comic book character, Superman is unequivocally the father of and quintessential embodiment of the superhero. The innovation of writer Jerry Siegel and illustrator Joe Shuster published in Action Comics #1 in 1938, fewer figures of fiction have had...

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