Monthly Archives: March 2010

Indie Comic Review: Vampire Apocalypse

What is it with Vampires? It seems that everyone wants to write a vampire story.  Even before Twilight, there were a slew of people who were trying to capture the success of Anne Rice and her Vampire Lestat novels.  It … Continue reading

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Win a FREE Copy of Deadman Wonderland (vol. 1)

We have two copies of Deadman Wonderland we are giving away to some lucky listeners!  All you have to do is either send us an email ( or leave us a message on Facebook by midnight of March 17th.  When … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Deadman Wonderland (vol. 1) take a look at Tokyo Pop’s release of Deadman Wonderland vol. 1 Check out the free preview of the first chapter! The second book is listed in March Previews!

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Indie Comic Review: The Cleaners: Absent Bodies take a look at The Cleaners: Absent Bodies by Mark Wheaton, Joshua Hale Fialkov, and Rahsan Ekedal from Dark Horse Comics. In the dark tradition of Los Angeles noir, The Cleaners is the story of a ragtag team … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Kenan Rubenstein and Reid Psaltis

I have made it no secret that one of my happiest finds at last year’s Stumptown Comic Fest was the mini-comics of Kenan Rubenstein.  Comprised of a single sheet of paper folded several times, these mini comics revealed a tiny … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Last Days of American Crime

We take a look at Rick Remender’s Last Days of American Crime #1 from Radical Publishing! From critically-acclaimed writer, Rick Remender, comes a fast-paced, futuristic crime story. In the not-too-distant future as a final response to terrorism and … Continue reading

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