Monthly Archives: April 2013

Indie Comic Review: Oxymoron

Oxymoron is an attempt to do something relatively unique but falls painfully far from its goal. This is a collaborative work published by ComixTribe and is meant to be a glorious homage to what many readers love about comic books: … Continue reading

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Livestreaming Stumptown

Are you as excited as we are about Stumptown Comics Fest????? For those of you who are unable to make it to Stumptown this weekend, fear not!  There will be live-streaming of interviews all weekend long from the con floor!!!! … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Kingdom/Order (Chapter 1 preview)

I would love to tell you that Kingdom/Order is an amazing book.  But I can’t.  You see, Kingdom/Order isn’t finished yet.  All that currently exists is an eerie 23-page story which takes the reader on a journey where it is … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Falling Rock National Park

Falling Rock National Park is the perfect gateway comic.  It is not too harsh.  there is no spandex to be found.  It features archetypal comic strip characters but in more comic book-length stories.  And it is in an easy to … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Eros Gone Wild

If there were to be a Survey of European Erotica of the 1990’s course taught at the university level, Eros Gone Wild by Humanoids Publishing could serve as the textbook. With fifty erotic stories spanning a variety of artistic styles … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Greatest of All Time Comics Anthology

It is pretty bold to call your comic anthology “The Greatest of All Time”. I mean, really. There have been some pretty amazing anthologies. So, to be the greatest, you have to be pretty special. I should have expected something … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Creep

The Creep, written by John Arcudi and drawing by Jonathan Case, is a crime noir comic harkening back to the old days of comic-dom. Pulp magazines and film noir were really the forefathers of the comic book, and without them … Continue reading

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