5D review Beats of War 2

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Beats of War 2 review by 5D Blog: It was my pleasure back in October last year to have the chance to review and chat with the remarkable Glasgow-based creative individual, Etienne Kubwabo.

I say ‘remarkable’ because not only is his life story a fascinating tale of personal endeavor, but his career is progressing in an equally significant form in the world of media. You can read the previous article featuring an interview with the man himself and also the main point of the piece, a review of the excellent story of Scotland’s first black superhero through the comic book Beats of War.


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