Monthly Archives: April 2014

Thoughts on Warren Ellis Joining Dynamite

I am a huge fan of Warren Ellis.  If his name is on a book, there is a good chance I will at least give it the once-over and check it out.  So it was with great interest that I … Continue reading

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Ana DuPre and the Eye of the Kraken page 7

  As you know, there is a new Sheriff in town, and its name is Kilted Comics!  Over on Kilted Comics you can check out the ongoing adventures of Ana DuPre, find a preview of the upcoming Shelby Stone book, … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Kingdom/Order part one

A few months ago I reviewed the preview of Reid Psaltis’ Kingdom/Order.  It left me with a haunted feeling which I could not shake.  It was moody.  It was disturbing.  It left me with more questions than answers.  In short, … Continue reading

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If Coffee Were Like Comic Con

One of the best parts of any comic convention is the creative energy which permeates everything.  Everywhere one wanders there is a sense of excitement as new ideas are explored and new concepts are brought to fruition.  One cannot help … Continue reading

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Put This On Your Calendar: An Evening with Molly Crabapple and Warren Ellis

If you are in New York City I can think of no better thing to do than go hang out with Molly Crabapple and Warren Ellis.  Does anyone have an airline voucher the can spare?  I would love to see … Continue reading

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Things I learned Moderating My First Panel

The phrase, “This seemed like a good idea at the time” echoed through my head as I stood in front of the crowd at Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon.  Next to me on the stage were some of the biggest names … Continue reading

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Emerald City Comicon Day 3

Day three was a half-day for us.  We rolled in around eleven-thirty after checking out of the hotel and gorging ourselves on crumpets (a Seattle tradition).  With the stress of moderating the panel behind me, I found the final day … Continue reading

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