Monthly Archives: April 2011

Indie Comic Review: Looking Up

Looking Up Ursula Murray Husted Apocalyptic Tangerine Press $20.00 Meandering the tables at Stumptown Comics Fest, I stopped to chat with Ursula Murray Husted. She had a wide selection of books to choose from. When asked which was her favorite, … Continue reading

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Win A Free Copy of Astroanut Academy!

>Looking forward to Dave Roman’s new book, Astronaut Academy? Want to get your hands on a copy of the book a full MONTH before it hits store shelves? Then click here for a chance to win a pre-release copy! Dave … Continue reading

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Tell Me More! Tell Me More!

Adrian Tomine (Scenes From an Impending Marriage, Optic Nerve) is interviewed on NPR’s Tell Me More. You can give it a listen here! (9:35)

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Space Warped 10 Page Preview

If there is one thing that we can agree on here at STR headquarters, it is that Star Wars is a rollicking good time. If there is one other thing we can agree on, it is that Star Wars is … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Bookhunter

  Whatever Jason Shiga has for breakfast, I want some! Shiga has flown under my radar for quite a while.  It wasn’t until recently, when I read about his choose-your-own-adventure style book, that I noticed him.  Boy do I feel … Continue reading

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Wow! Fundraising In A Flash!

Drawn and Quarterly’s Tracy Huren is reporting that Adrian Tomine’s prints commissioned to raise funds for Japanese relief efforts sold out in 9 MINUTES!!! The grand total raised was $12,500. We applaud D&Q, and all those who contributed to this … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Neil Brideau

One of my favorite reasons to go to Stumptown Comics Fest is that I get to meet the creators of some of my favorite books and on-line comics. One of those creators who makes the long trek out to the … Continue reading

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