Monthly Archives: June 2012

Indie Comic Review: MIND MGMT #2

The first issue of Matt Kindt’s MIND MGMT left me completely breathless.  The second issue picks up the pace and does not stop long enough for me to catch the breath I had been gasping for since the end of … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Hypernaturals #1 (with preview)

Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning are responsible for my love of Guardians of the Galaxy. Before them I really could have cared less about the team, the characters, or really anything to do with the cosmic aspect of the Marvel … Continue reading

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Deodato Jr.’s Jade Warriors Returns via Keenspot

I first discovered Mike Deodato Jr.s work on The Avengers in teh late 90′s.  After that, he had his name all over some of the hottest properties in comics.  But then he kind of disappeared.  Well, disappeared from the mainstream. … Continue reading

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ComicsPRO Announces SDCC Programming

ComicsPRO, the Professional Retailing Organization for comic shops, has announced its programming for San Diego Comic Con. Friday, July 13 9:30–10:20 Room 19 ComicsPRO “Fresh Start”—Your day at Comic-Con gets off to a friendly and professional start with ComicsPRO, the … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: House of Night

The big announcement from Dark Horse at SDCC last year involved the release of three new titles from people outside of the comic industry.  One from Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), one from Guielmo Del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth), and one … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Battle Pug

There are some concepts that are just so “wrong” that they wrap all the way around to “right”. Mike Norton’s Battle Pug is just such a concept. The epic tale of blood and drool begins here! Join Molly and her … Continue reading

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Still Time To Make A Connection at Comic-Con

San Diego Comic Con is the largest gathering of comic book fans and creators in the Western hemisphere. It is also one of the largest gatherings of hopeful comic book creators. People who are looking to make it big, if … Continue reading

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