Monthly Archives: November 2011

Crime Stoppers – Neil Brideau Edition

One of my favorite indie creators, Neil Brideau posted some sad news on his blog: In my last blog I excitedly announced the debut of oh boy, COMICS! #2 at this weekend’s Minneapolis Indie Xpo (free and open to the … Continue reading

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Oni Press – Wasteland Goes Monthly…We’re Serious This Time

I love Oni Press.  I really do.  They are, by far, one of the best publishers out there.  Their books are consistently high quality, and their creative teams are top notch.  But, one thing that cannot be said about Oni … Continue reading

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ALA Presents Webinar on Comics and Censorship

Access to comic books, graphic novels, and manga is an increasingly hot topic in the library, creative, and free speech communities. For libraries and other distributors, there are issues of why and how to collect and make available these materials, … Continue reading

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Flex Mentallo Cover Revealed

DC/Vertigo released the cover by Frank Quitely to the upcoming Flex Mentalo collection. Flex Mentallo as been famously out of print for decades while DC weighed the threats of legal action by the Charles Atlas company.  When this collection was … Continue reading

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Why am I Still Here?

November is always the time of year when I start to take stock of things in my life.  I know that most people do it in late December or early January as they are looking to make room for gifts … Continue reading

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