Category Archives: Kenan Rubenstein

Indie Comic Review: Neil Brideau

One of my favorite reasons to go to Stumptown Comics Fest is that I get to meet the creators of some of my favorite books and on-line comics. One of those creators who makes the long trek out to the … Continue reading

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More Stumptown Comics Fest Interviews

Did you think that those were the only interviews we conducted at Stumptown?  Think again!!!! Kenan Rubenstein (Foldy Comics!!!!) 0:00 – 4:25 Stephanie Godfrey (Panorama) 4:28 – 8:09 Ed Choy Moorman (Chris Ware Biography, Jim Hensen Biography) 8:10 – 14:04 … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Kenan Rubenstein and Reid Psaltis

I have made it no secret that one of my happiest finds at last year’s Stumptown Comic Fest was the mini-comics of Kenan Rubenstein.  Comprised of a single sheet of paper folded several times, these mini comics revealed a tiny … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Tick

Tick is the kind of book that makes you sit up and take notice. It is unlike anything else I have read recently (in both form and storytelling). More importantly, it challenges the reader to think about issues of life, … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Oubliette

Two of the most interesting comics I picked up at the Stumptown Comic Fest this year were a pair of comics by Kenan Rubenstein. I have included a picture of the books so you can get an idea of how … Continue reading

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