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Indie Comic Review: Cyborg 009 – Chapter 000

At last summer’s San Diego Comic- Con, Archaia announced they would publish an original graphic novel based on Shotaro Ishinomori’s Cyborg 009.  While people may or may not be familiar with Cyborg 009 (it was originally released in 1964), Ishinomori’s other creations are … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Iron: Or, the War After

Iron: Or, the War After is a bleak tale of resistance in the years that follow a great and terrible civil war. Told using anthropomorphic animals and a muted color palette, Iron is a powerful look at an ongoing struggle … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Rust (vol. 2)

Royden Lepp’s second volume of Rust is full of action, intrigue, and most important, heart.   By the end of the book characters broken, bleeding, and possibly never going to recover…and that is just on the emotional level.  There are … Continue reading

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Preview: Pantalones, TX

Archaia has a history of publishing high-quality books which are appropriate for kids while still being entertaining for adults.  From Rust, to Cow Boy, to Return of the Dapper Men, Archaia is quality!  Now they are soliciting a new book … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: City in the Desert

Moro Roberts’ City in the Desert is a strong debut from a new voice in graphic fiction.  With simple lines and bold words, Roberts creates a new, yet startlingly familiar world, where good and evil are linked together inextricably. Monster … Continue reading

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Archaia Announces New Original Graphic Novel “The Reason For Dragons”

Archaia Entertainment announced the upcoming release of The Reason For Dragons”, a new, hardcover original graphic novel. Archaia and the creative team will be at this year’s Long Beach Comic and Horror Con with plenty of previews and promotional pieces … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Where’s My Shoggoth?

We have all suffered that sinking feeing when a pet goes missing. We wnat nothing more than to find that pet, bring it home, and love it. But what do we do if that pet is an elder-god of HP … Continue reading

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