Monthly Archives: August 2012

Indie Comic Review: Drama

Raina Telgemeier is one of those rare authors who creates books that are truly all ages. Whether you are 6 or 66, there is something for you to like about her new book, Drama. Callie loves theater. And while she … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: X-O Manowar #4

X-O Manowar continues to be one of the best books on the shelves!  Four months in to the “Summer of Valiant, and its flagship title shows no signs of slowing down.  Instead, each issue takes what came before and builds … Continue reading

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Um. Ok?

Normally I love a good mashup. Take one pop-culture thing and mash it together with another and you get the equivalent of a Reeses Peanut Butter Cup – two great pop-culture items that tate great together. But even I have … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Scam #1

Scam appears to be the little comic that could.  Much like last year’s Our Love is Real, Scam was initially released in minuscule numbers.  Also, like Our Love is Real,  the buzz was so strong that it has picked up a publisher … Continue reading

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Preview: Archer & Armstrong #2

Archer & Armstrong have stumbled into a conspiracy that could crack history in half! True fact: behind each of the world’s secret societies is a much larger organization called The Sect and now their Wall Street chapter, The One Percent, … Continue reading

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Image Announces Free #1 Issues of Popular Titles

The only thing more predictable than the start of the school year in September, is the announcement that a new Image book has sold out and the first issue is either a: impossible to find, or b: really expensive. But … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Dot #1

If you tossed Madman, Spider-Man, and Superman in a blender, puree’d them, seasoned them with a generous dash of The Tick and then poured the gooey mess in to a new mould, you would hold in your hands The Dot … Continue reading

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