Monthly Archives: September 2012

Farmnhouse Debuts For Free on Multiple Digital Platforms

Asylum Press announced it will release the original graphic novel Farmhouse as an ongoing web comic series and digital app. Farmhouse is the story of a drifter named Sam Corneile who returns home to take a job at a local … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Pound – Ghouls Night Out #1

Tired of all the seriousness surrounding monsters? Not quite ready to have them as goofy as Count Chocula? Look no further as The Pound strikes the perfect balance of not taking things too seriously without completely going overboard. When Animal … Continue reading

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New Webcomic by Faith Erin Hicks is Now Available

It is an abundance of good news as yet another of my favorite creators has a new project out! Faith Erin Hicks has begun serializing her latest book, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, on line. Like her previous book, Friends … Continue reading

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Warren Ellis and Eliza Gauger Collaboration Prints Now Available

Warren Ellis created five flash fiction pieces for artist Eliza Gauger. She then took those pieces and created five fantastic sci-fi pinups. Now those pinups are available for sale (at ridiculously low prices!!!) I think the only real question is, … Continue reading

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Kenan Rebenstein’s Last Train to Old Town Available Now

Kenan Rubenstein is one of my favorite creators, so any time he has a new project I get excited! I first met Rubenstein at Stumptown Comics Fest three or four years ago. He was selling these odd little foldy comics … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: A Fine and Private Place #1

The first issue of a Fine and Private Place left me with an unusual feeling – satisfaction. By the end of the issue I felt like I had more or less everything I needed or wanted from not only the … Continue reading

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