Monthly Archives: January 2011

Scott in 60 Seconds! – A fan film.

Here is Scott Pilgrim in 60 seconds.  Yes.  It is that awesome.

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Kick Axe!

>Have you seen it?  Axe Cop: The Movie! (or at least a fan-made awesome attempt!) w=400&h=225 Axe Cop: The Movie – Part 1 from Peter Muehlenberg on Vimeo.

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Stumptown Comics Fest Announces “Mayor-Man” Contest

Setting the stage for a quest of epic proportions, Mayor Sam Adams is scheduled to attend Stumptown Comics Fest 2011, and he needs the city’s help to make sure he appears in a suitable superhero alter ego! Operating as code … Continue reading

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GeekGirlCon Releases Date and Location of Their Long-Anticipated Event

Seattle, WA, GeekGirlCon, a female-focused, geek centric convention that celebrates the feminine involvement and contribution in Geek Culture will be making its debut Saturday and Sunday, October 8th and 9th, 2011 at the Seattle Center’s Northwest Rooms. Erica McGillivray, GeekGirlCon’s … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Best Ongoing Series 2010

We take a look at our choices for the top 5 ongoing series of 2010. What are your choices for the top books of 2010? Thor’s List: 5 DeadMan Wonderland 4 Hot Gimmick 3 RASL 2 … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Attic

  Attic by Whit Taylor $3 Whimsical Nobody Comics Attic is a mini-comic “collection of some of the slice-of-life comics” that Whit Taylor posted on her blog.  I think that is about as accurate a description as anyone could conceive … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Sixth Gun

  Oni Press had more buzz in 2010 than just about any other comic book company.  It really boiled down to two words: Scott Pilgrim.  Between the final volume of the beloved series being released and the fanboy wet dream … Continue reading

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