Monthly Archives: July 2009

Indie Comic review: Potter’s Field and Special Forces

A review of Potter’s Field with Mark Waid and Paul Azaceta and Special Forces by Kyle Baker Music: Small Man, Big Mouth by Minor Threat

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RASL Preview

Cartoon Books has posted a five page preview of RASL #5 over on their site. Remember when we talked to Jeff Smith at Stumptown? * During our discussion he spoke about his plans to change the frequency and length of … Continue reading

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Interview with Joelle Jones

Interview with Joelle Jones We speak with artist Joelle Jones about her upcoming Oni graphic novel, You Have Killed Me. We get an insight in to her creative process as well as her upcoming projects. My Podcast Alley feed! {pca-8af065649932d91a0403284bd9e2d899} … Continue reading

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Surrogates Poster! has revealed the poster for The Surrogates, starring Bruce Willis. Check it out. Not bad!

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Indie Comic Review: Cathy Leamy

More Cathy Leamy! If you liked Geraniums and Bacon, then see what else she has to offer! Invitation to Madness is an early Mini-Comic by Catherine Leamy (of Geraniums and Bacon fame). Published back in 2001, Leamy uses the ever-present … Continue reading

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Indie comic Review: Young Liars (vol. 2) Maestro and Tiny Tyrant

We review Young Liars: Maestro by David Lapham and Tiny Tyrant by Lewis Trondheim Music is Holiday in Cambodia by the Dead Kennedys

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