Monthly Archives: February 2011

ONI Goes Nerdcore!

Today Oni Press announced that comic book nerdcore rapper, Adam WarRock is releasing a 20 track album inspired by Oni Press creators and their work. Cory Casoni, Director of Sales & Marketing for Oni says, “The ONI PRESS MIXTAPE features … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: How I Came To Work At The Wendy’s

  How I Came to Work at the Wendy’s lures you in with a cute opening scene where a man attempts to find employment as a walrus at the local zoo.  Brilliant!  How had I not thought of that!  I … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Occultist, The Cape, Red: Eyes Only

These three comics give one-shots a bad name! It isn’t that the following comics are, in themselves, horrible.  In fact, one of them is quite good.  The problem is that all of these comics leave me with an unsatisfied feeling … Continue reading

Posted in Cully Hamner, Dark Horse, DC/Wildstorm, IDW, Jason Ciaramella, Jason Gorder, Joe Hill, Mike Richardson, Red: Eyes Only, The Cape, The Occultist, Tim Seeley, Victor Drujiniu, Zach Howard | Leave a comment

In Honor of Tonight’s Full Moon

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Indie Comic Review: Seeds

  Ross Mackintosh has created something special with his new graphic novel, Seeds. What could have been a book filled with sappy, over the top dialogue and tear-jerking flashbacks is instead a book filled with sympathy and subtlety. Seeds follows … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Brain Camp

  What would happen if The Stepford Wives took place at a summer camp? You would probably end up with something similar to the book Brain Camp from First Second. Brain Camp centers on two children, Jenna and Lucas, who … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Samurai and Dinosaurs

  Sometimes there is something said that just makes perfect sense.  It is pure.  It is clean.  It is right.  You know, as soon as you hear it, and you wonder why no one has thought of it before…like Snakes … Continue reading

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