Category Archives: Review

SDCC 2014: The Comic-Con Correction

San Diego Comic Con 2014 is in the bag.  All that is left now is to sort through the hours of video we shot, read through the mounds of comics we purchased, and decide where we are going to hang … 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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Spring Break Binge: 6 Comic Series to Devour in One Sitting

We are in the middle of Spring Break season.  For some it is just getting started.  For others it is just a short week or two away.  No matter when or where Spring Break falls, one thing is for sure: … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant

You would be hard-pressed to find anyone who reads Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant who would believe this is the debut graphic novel of writer/artist Tony Cliff. Best known for short contributions to the Flight Anthology, Cliff’s Delilah Dirk … Continue reading

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That Time Warren Ellis Wrote an Issue of Shi

Comics have been a part of my life for the better part of thirty years. At first they were passing things that appeared sporadically when my parents needed something to shut me up or entertain me. In the early to … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Final Plague #1

I was introduced to Tony Guaraldi-Brown at SDCC by the insanely well-connected Devon Devereaux. It never failed that every time I went by Devon’s booth he was chatting up another old friend and brought me into the conversation. Tony, who … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Clockwerx

London, 1899. A series of mysterious deaths on the shipping docks have an ex-Scotland Yard officer on the hunt for clues. What he uncovers is a war between a huge corporation and a renegade group of individuals, with both parties … Continue reading

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