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By geekadmin, April 19, 2014 0 Events

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By geekadmin, April 18, 2014 0 Conventions

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By Brian Reed, April 16, 2014 0

Worlds of Aspen 2014 FCBD Edition (W) Vince Hernandez (A) Peter Steigerwald & Various Aspen Comics 2014 I’ve always had… Read More »

By Jesse Scheckner, April 16, 2014 0

In tow with the standards the comic company founder established, creator/artist/writer Siya Oum has put together an absolutely stunning piece of visual storytelling.

By Jesse Scheckner, April 16, 2014 0

This may be one to keep on your radar, folks.

By Jesse Scheckner, April 16, 2014 0

This book is, in the purest sense of the idiom, a real page turner, and at the end of the issue a few things are established, though none likely as much as this: if you’ve been out of the loop for a while, now is a pretty good time to start picking up Witchblade again.

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, April 15, 2014 0 Art

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By Jesse Scheckner, April 9, 2014 0

Shotgun Wedding is delightful reading in all of the right ways: It’s kinetic, unpredictable, action-packed and, most importantly, an absolute blast throughout. Don’t be surprised if this gets optioned for a film sometime down the line.

By Jesse Scheckner, April 9, 2014 0

Artifacts #36 hits all the sweet spots an issue can hit: accessibility, a great pace, gorgeous artwork, an intriguing storyline and an enormous world to play around in. It’s a winner.

By Jesse Scheckner, April 2, 2014 0

Very much in the vein of Mad Magazine and similar adult humor books, Psycho Gran won’t enhance you intellectually or bestow upon you a newfound perspective on life; that’s not what Leach is trying to do here. Simply, he wants to entertain you and make you laugh, and the inclusive nature of his work is a testament to that.