Monthly Archives: February 2013

Achewood TV Trailer

Yes, you read that right.  Chris Onstad is making a push to bring his beloved Achewood to television. First and foremost: I’ve been working with a team of artists, engineers, and producers to bring Achewood to life. To give it … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: District 14

What do you get when you take a story starring an elephant and a beaver, have them cross paths with a white stag who is out for revenge, and then fill in the cast with supporting characters including a dog, … Continue reading

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ComiXology, Red 5 Comics & Emerald City Comic Con Team Up For First Ever Digital Comic Convention Exclusive

File this under “Why Didn’t I Think of That?” Red 5 (creators of the awesome Atomic Robo comic) and Emerald City Comic Con (an awesome convention experience) are teaming up with ComiXology to create an exclusive digital comic for all … Continue reading

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Indie Book Review: Nick Cardy – The Artist at War

Both of my grandfathers served in the Navy during World War 2. One of my grandmothers served as well. My father served in the Army during Vietnam. My father in law had a thirty year career in the National Guard. … Continue reading

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From Pencils to Page: Kenan Rubenstein

Kenan Rubenstein is the talented creator of Last Train to Old Town.  If you have not yet read it, you are missing out on something special. Last Train to Old Town is Kenan’s first foray into the world of digital … Continue reading

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Raina Telgemeir Takes Her Sister To Scholastic

Raina Telgemeier has signed a two-book deal with Scholastic’s Graphix imprint. The first book, Sisters, will be a companion to the author’s 2010 Eisner Award winner, Smile. Sisters, which is set for 2014, will look at “the inner workings of … Continue reading

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Tiger Lung Heads Back in Time in DHP

Set to hit the pages of Dark Horse’s Eisner-winning anthology, writer Simon Roy and artist Jason Wordie’s Tiger Lung is going back in time! “The Tiger Lung concept is about taking the animist, shamanistic worldview of the hunter-gatherer and exploring … Continue reading

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