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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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Indie Comic Review: The Standard #1 (with some thoughts on #2 & #3)

In 1986 The Watchmen deconstructed the super hero genre. Since then comics have struggled with alternately taking themselves too seriously and not taking the genre seriously enough. In The Standard, John Lees creates a new type of superhero story – … Continue reading

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ComixTribe’s 30 Characters Challenge Returns for Fourth Year

The 30 Characters Challenge is an annual online challenge to create 30 characters in just 30 days, one for every day in the month of November…and registration for 2012 is now open! The Challenge: Create 30 new characters in 30 days- one for … Continue reading

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ComixTribe Releases Free Digital Comic Ahead of NYCC Appearance

ComixTribe, the publisher of SCAM, THE RED TEN, THE STANDARD, and OXYMORON announced that it is releasing a free sampler comic ahead of its appearance at the New York Comic Con. The idea behind the sampler comic is to give … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Scam #1

Scam appears to be the little comic that could.  Much like last year’s Our Love is Real, Scam was initially released in minuscule numbers.  Also, like Our Love is Real,  the buzz was so strong that it has picked up a publisher … Continue reading

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The Standard Wins at Scottish Independent Comics Awards

ComixTribe announced today that John Lees took home the Best Writer award for his work on THE STANDARD at the Scottish Independent Comics Awards party following the Glasgow Comic Con. Lees and THE STANDARD were nominated in two categories: Best Comic Book/Graphic Novel, and Best Writer. “I was proud to accept … Continue reading

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