Monthly Archives: November 2012

Preview: Pantalones, TX

Archaia has a history of publishing high-quality books which are appropriate for kids while still being entertaining for adults.  From Rust, to Cow Boy, to Return of the Dapper Men, Archaia is quality!  Now they are soliciting a new book … Continue reading

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Preview: Princeless vol.2 #1

Princeless is back!!!!  Check out the solicitation and preview pages for the first issue of the next seriess. Action Lab Entertianment is proud to present the return of 2012 Glyph Winner for Best Heroine, Princess Adrienne!  Last year’s breakout all-ages … Continue reading

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Preview: Shadowman #2

The good folks over at Valiant sent over a preview of the second issue of Shadowman.  I’m not normally one to buy into the variant cover idea, but I got to say that the variant cover by Dave Johnson is … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Curse

Mike Norton’s The Curse is unlike anything you have read before. No. Really. I’m serious. How many times have you read a book where, when people are bitten they turn into pirates instead of zombies? And how many times have … Continue reading

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Life in the Woods

Grant Snyder over at Incidental Comics imagines what it would be like if Thoreau visited Walden Pond in the 21st Century. #awesome You can order this comic and many of Snider’s others in his poster shop.

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Indie Comic Review: Colder #1 & 2

Colder is the new Dark Horse series by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferryra. The second issue was just released this week. I hesitated to write about it after the first issue because, even though the first issue was interesting and … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: City in the Desert

Moro Roberts’ City in the Desert is a strong debut from a new voice in graphic fiction.  With simple lines and bold words, Roberts creates a new, yet startlingly familiar world, where good and evil are linked together inextricably. Monster … Continue reading

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