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Tag Archives: comics
It’s been a few months since our interview with writer/artist Larime Taylor, which came on the heels of the release of Issue #1 of his Kickstarter-backed psychological thriller comic A Voice in the Dark (then known as “Dark Zoey”). Now, … Continue reading
There’s an old saying that has do with things that aren’t broke, and how you ought not to bother repairing them. Generally I’m a big fan of this idea, as there are times to leave well enough alone, but there … Continue reading
Where terror lurks in the corners of Gotham City, a dark and vengeful hero rises to avenge the people. With the cape, the mask, and a watchful eye, this hero protects the city when it cannot protect itself. And it … Continue reading
Well, it’s a weirdly deep week for new comic series (can anyone say San Diego?), and we’ve got a lot of ground to cover. This week saw zombies, chickens, camels, Jesus Christ’s twin sister, and Tonto grace the pages of … Continue reading
Guest contributor Jeff is a Texan, a comic book dork, and a general sci-fi nerd who is engaged in happily educating his teen-aged daughters on the value of brightly illustrated story books where shit blows up, while they educate him … Continue reading