Monthly Archives: June 2012

Sullivan’s Sluggers Debuts Digitally Ahead of Print Release

Sullivan’s Sluggers, the pending graphic novel from creators Mark Andrew Smith and James Stokoe, will debut digitally ahead of the print releases as a series of single issues on comiXology. Earlier this month, Sullivan’s Sluggers gained wide-spread attention with a … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Fatima: The Blood Spinners #1

Fatima: The Blood Spinners is Gilbert Hernandez’s sci-fi take on the zombie genre. People become infected via a drug called “Spin” which offers the ultimate high but at the ultimate price. Those who take the drug become zombie-like creatures who … Continue reading

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A Cartoonist’s View of The ALA Conference

Derek Kirk Kim (Same Difference, Eternal Smile, Mythomania) took his video camera to the ALA conference in Anaheim to explore the difference between an ALA conference and a comic book convention.  Along the way he interview a veritable who’s who … Continue reading

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Archaia Announces Rust vol. 2: Secrets of the Cell

Archaia has just announced a sequel to Royden Lepp’s Rust!  Maybe sequel is not the correct word.  Rust was always planned as a four-book series, so this is more of a “next chapter” announcement.  Considering how fantastic the first volume … Continue reading

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Fantagraphics Releases Rare All-Ages Work By Gilbert Hernandez

The Adventures of Venus was Gilbert Hernandez’s contribution to the kids’ anthology Measles which he edited in 1999 and 2000. Now Fantagraphics is releasing a “super-affordable little hardcover that collects all the previously uncollected “Venus” stories from Measles in which … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Atomic Robo vol. 6 The Ghost of Station X

Atomic Robo is everything that is right with comics. Really I should just stop there, because everything I say from here on out will only delay you in heading to your local comic shop and getting yourself some Atomic Robo. … Continue reading

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