Monthly Archives: September 2011

In Memoriam

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Vertigo Releases 5 Page Preview of Marzi

Vertigo released a 5 page preview of the upcoming graphic novel, Marzi.  “I am Marzi, born in 1979, ten years before the end of communism in Poland. My father works at a factory, my mother at a dairy. Social problems … Continue reading

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Mike Dawson Heads to the Park

Mike Dawson is not one to rest on his laurels. Even while he is out promoting his new book, Troop 142, he has been busy plugging away at a new short story. Prospect Park Dusk, Prospect Park Dawn is a … Continue reading

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Troop 142 Gets a Trailer

Mike Dawson has created a trailer for his graphic novel, Troop 142 Troop 142 is the story of a group of Boy Scouts on a weekend camping trip.  It is a difficult piece whose light-hearted cover deceptively pulls the reader … Continue reading

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Another Reason to Get to SPX

MK Reed and Jonathan Hill (Americus) present: The Lorian Gendarme Guidebook for Adventuring Standards Manbabby A terrible fate for a stolen child, manbabbies are transformed into confused, rambling giants by goblins to do their bidding. The transformation takes place from … Continue reading

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Kate Beaton on Tour

Kate Beaton (Hark! A Vagrant) is going on tour to promote her book.  The tour promises to be a great opportunity to hear all about Kate’s adventures in cartooning and her rise to indie comic superstardom!  I know where I … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: My Life in Scribbles

Aaron Brassea writes a daily webcomic.  It is autobiographical. Generally, I avoid autobiographical web-comics like the plague.  The bubonic plague.  Or some other very contagious ugly plague.  It is like my aversion to manga, but my disdain for manga is … Continue reading

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