Monthly Archives: December 2012

Put This on Your Calendar: Hernandez Bros Party!

What: Love and Rockets 30th Anniversary Party Who: Gilbert & Jaime Hernandez and with Genevieve Castree performing When: Saturday, December 8th Where: Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery, 1201 South Vale Street, Seattle It’s gonna’ be a rocking party to celebrate the … Continue reading

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Final Nail in the Vertigo Coffin?

With Hellblazer being canceled with issue 300 it was clear that the once proud Vertigo imprint was in its death throes. The once proud jewel in the crown of DC Comics no longer has a role in the New 52. … Continue reading

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JM Ringuet is Repossessed

It looks like JM Ringuet, the artist of Transhuman, has re-imagined the Ghostbusters for the 21st century. Instead of cute little balls of ectoplasm named “Slimer”, Ringuet is going all-in with demons from hell. A plague of demons getting you … Continue reading

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Check Out the Think Tank Trailer from Top Cow

Dr. David Loren is many things: child prodigy, inventor, genius, slacker… mass murderer. When a military think tank’s smartest scientist decides he can no longer stomach creating weapons of destruction, will he be able to think his way out of … Continue reading

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Wide-eyed Wonder

It has been a long time since I have stared at comics in wide-eyed wonder. Sure, I have had some experiences involving comics over the past few years which still amaze me. Whether it is meeting creators whom I have … Continue reading

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A Comic Within a Comic by Brandon Graham

Fans of Brandon Graham’s Multiple Warheads have probably noticed the main character, Nikoli, reading a comic called Barbarian Revenge. Wouldn’t it be great if that comic really existed? Well, friends, Brandon Graham has gone ahead and created actual pages from … Continue reading

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The Problematic Sketchbook of Jim Woodring

I’m not normally a fan of sketchbooks. I like my art with some story. But, I am willing to make an exception when it comes to Jim Woodring. Half the fun of his sketchbook is going to be trying to … Continue reading

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