Monthly Archives: December 2010

Indie Comic Review: Wednesday Conspiracy This time we sit down to look over a European import, published through Dark Horse: Wednesday Conspiracy by Sergio Bleda.Look through a preview here. Check it out! music: San Diego by Fight Fair

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Indie Comic Review: Locke & Key vol. 3 We are back to take a look at the third volume of Locke and Key by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez. Give it a listen! music Sweating Bullets  by Megadeth Since recording this, we learned that there is … Continue reading

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Gear School Movie!

I was pleased to receive a message from Edu at Estudio Fenix regarding my review of Gear School.  Edu was quick to point out that there is actually a Gear School short film that is currently making the rounds at … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Gear School

I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the Previews a few months ago to see a solicitation for the second volume of Gear School (Dark Horse, $7.99).  I had all but given up hope that there would be any follow-up … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Bakuman vol. 2

We take a look at Bakuman volume 2, and Brian changes his mind! Give it a listen!

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Interview With Kurt Busiek

We sit down with Kurt Busiek (Writer of darn near everything!!!!) to discuss Dracula: Company of Monsters, Shockrockets, the decision to keep Astro City with DC, as well as many of his other projects. Check it out!

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Indie Comic Review: Ripped and Shuddertown

Where did it all go so wrong? Recently I bought two books that I was sure had promise. One was a time travel story that promised alternate histories and at Quantum Leap approach to making things right. The other was … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Geen, Arcana, Image, Jason Flowers, Jay Busbee, Nick Spencer, Review, Ripped, Shuddertown | 5 Comments