Monthly Archives: May 2011

Dark Horse Gets Sneaky (on Tuesdays)

Dark Horse Comics has hidden a promotional code on a comic book profile page within the Dark Horse Digital store. This code will be available for anyone who finds it and can be used during the checkout process to get … Continue reading

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Buffy 36 for free!

The final collection of Buffy Season 8 is coming tomorrow! Want to get a head start? Read the entire issue 36 for free right here!

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Indie Comic Review: Level Up

  Gene Luen Yang’s The Eternal Smile was a real surprise for me last year. The three different artistis styles, coupled with the three different (yet complimentary) stories made me think and smile in ways that I had not imagined … Continue reading

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Cryptozoic Entertainment launches digital comics app to benefit CBLDF

First Cryptozoic Entertainment created the CBLDF Liberty Trading Cards, with proceeds going to the Fund. Now Cryptozoic enters the world of digital publishing. Cryptozoic has launched a comic reader with quality content for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, with … Continue reading

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Miser Monday: Demonology 101

Every Monday we highlight a comic that you can read on line (for free!). I love Faith Erin Hicks.  Her art and storytelling are a real joy.  She walks the line between cute and creepy so well, that I am … Continue reading

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Free Crossed Webcomic

This weekend, Avatar Press released an ashcan comic at Phoenix Comic-con for their new series, Crossed: Wish You Were Here. The difference between this series and the other Crossed comics is that Wish You Were Here is a weekly webcomic. … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Goldfish and Bob

  The Goldfish and Bob is, on the surface, a cute story about a Ziggy-like character who has a Dilbert-like job and a silent fish.  Sounds pretty derivative.  Except it isn’t. Goldfish and Bob is actually a metatextual comic that … Continue reading

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