Monthly Archives: August 2012

Brisson and Walsh Stage a Comeback

Ed Brisson and Michael Walsh take the difference between the “Haves” and Have Nots” to a whole new level with their mini-series Comeback. Imagine if the very wealthy could actually cheat death, while the poorer are left to suffer. In … Continue reading

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Put This On Your Calendar: Karl Kesel Benefit

I Like Comics in Vancouver, Washington is hosting a benefit for Karl Kesel to help cover his adopted son’s medical bills. This year our Hullabaloo will be a 2- day fundraiser to help pay the medical bills for 14 week … Continue reading

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A Comic Company That Turns the Gender Gap on its Head

In addition to her duties as the Associate Marketing & Publicity Manager at First Second, Gina Gagliano also maintains the First Second blog. It is there that she gives fun insights in to the world of “big city publishing” and … Continue reading

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Put This On Your Calendar: Cartoon Carousel – A Cartoonist Slideshow Reading

The Cartoon Art Museum and SF Zine Fest present Cartoon Carousel : A Cartoonist Slideshow Reading Where: The Cartoon Art Museum 655 Mission St., San Francisco When: August 30th, from 7pm to 9pm. Who: Eli Bishop, Amy Martin, Gabrielle Gamboa, … Continue reading

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The Witch Doctor is (Back) In

Witch Doctor, the Skybound/Image supernatural horror comic, is back for a second dose of fun. Local boys Brandon Siefert and Lukas Ketner are ready to unleash six issues of guts, gore, and good fun. Creators Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner … Continue reading

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Paris in the 20th Century Page 42

<<First <Previous Next> Latest>> Ana’s comment is a reference to the crater left after Franz Reichelt’s failed parachute attempt.

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Indie Comic Review: Trio #3 & #4

The bloom is off the rose for Trio. ¬†What started out as a retro-rific adventure has started to spiral a bit and is in real danger of completely going off the rails. It appears that Byrne is attempting to write … Continue reading

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