Monthly Archives: March 2013

Silence is Golden

Crystal Productions is soliciting Silence & Co., a new, 176-page, black and white original graphic novel. It has some pretty big names attached to it, including Art by Ron Randall (Alien, Star Wars, Trekker), letters by Eisner winner John Workman … Continue reading

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Diggle is Uncanny at Dynamite

Dynamite is forging ahead with their new “crime line” of books. First it was Garth Ennis’ Red Team.  Now Andy Diggle is launching Uncanny.  Uncanny will be written by Diggle with art by Aaron Campbell. Uncanny introduces Weaver, a man … Continue reading

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Crogan’s Adventures in Radio

When people talk about trans-media, they normally talk about things like internet and video. Radio is not normally what immediately comes to mind. But with the advent of the podcast and the ability to listen to programs whenever it is … Continue reading

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Harvey Award Ballots Available Now

It is awards season! First up are the Harvey Awards. Named in honor of the late Harvey Kurtzman, one of the industry’s most innovative talents, the Harvey Awards recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential art. The 26th Annual Harvey … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Aliens vs Parker #1

Boom has been hyping Aliens vs Parker pretty heavily.  Well, more to the point, they have ben hyping the book’s creators, Paul Scheer (NTSF, The League, Human Giant) and Nick Giovannetti (Adult Swim).  So, what do you get when you cross two comedians … Continue reading

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Preview: Harbinger #10

Harbinger continues to be the smartest superhero comic on the stands. Don’t believe me? Valiant has provided us with an advance preview of Harbinger #10 from Joshua Dysart and Matthew Clark.  Check it out. As “Renegades” races toward an unforgettable … Continue reading

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Put This on Your Calendar: Short Run Festival

Seattle’s Short Run Festival looks to be the sister show to Portland’s Stumptown Comics Fest.  It is a show dedicated to “artists of comics, art books, zines and literary works focusing on regional artists, limited editions, and handmade books. This … Continue reading

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