Monthly Archives: April 2010

Indie Comic Review: Spell Checkers vol. 1

When Jamie S. Rich sent me a preview of Spell Checkers volume 1, so we could interview him about it, it sat unopened until the day before the interview. Jamie’s last book (You Have KIlled Me) made my top 5 … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead Written by Steve Pugh (from a story by Warren Ellis) Illustrated by Steve Pugh Radical Publishing $14.95 Alice Hotwire is a Detective Exorcist for the Metro Police Department. She deals with the spirits of … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Flaccid Badger

  Flaccid Badger is about as pure of a concept as you can get.  There is a badger.  He is limp.  that’s the entire concept.  And, I must say, it is brilliant! I picked up the two Flaccid Badger mini-comics … Continue reading

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Spell Checkers Interview: Jamie S. Rich

  We sit down with Jamie S. Rich to talk about his new book Spell Checkers.

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Indie Comic Review: My Brain Hurts (vol. 2) My Brain Hurts (Vol. 2) Creator: Liz Baillie Microcosm Publishing Price: $6 (I think) The nice folks at Microcosm sent us a stack of books to peruse.  The first one I looked at was Snakepit, which wasn’t really to … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Snake Pit 2008 Snake Pit 2008 Art & Story by Ben Snakepit $6.00 Microcosm Publishing Many people have blogs. Very few people have interesting blogs. But really, how can they?  For the vast majority of the people in the world, one day … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Ride Home The Ride Home Story and art by Joey Weiser $8.95 AdHouse Books The genius of the comic Bone was in its simplicity. At its core it was a story about three cousins who stumble in to an adventure that … Continue reading

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