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#31in31 2018: “Anthony Bourdain’s Hungry Ghosts”
This collection of Vertigo comics by chef, traveler and late great foodie delves into ghosts, monsters and other sorts of creepies, all tied in with a food theme. A man who loves (to eat) horses, a chef who picked up … Continue reading
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Off the Shelf: “Jazz Legend #1”
Story: Martin Comity, trumpet player, jazz musician. Booze hound. Addict. Martin looks for the next thing to keep his mind occupied. Drink, women, drugs…and then a drug called New Blue comes along. And let’s just say this drug ain’t like anything Martin … Continue reading
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Ringo Awards announces David Petersen as keynote speaker!
David Petersen makes some incredible comics. Mouse Guard is absolutely awesome and you need to read it Right Now if you haven’t already gotten hooked. Now he’ll be the keynote speaker at the first ever Ringo Awards during Baltimore Comic-Con! … Continue reading
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Con News: 170 new indie comics making their publishing debut at Small Press Expo
Can’t wait to see what SPX has in store on the show floor? Well, they know…and they’re giving you a small peek. But with over 170 new titles hitting the ground running (er, lying there on the tables for you … Continue reading
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TrailerWatch: “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women”
“The world can’t stop us.” I’ll watch anything that Connie Britton is in. She’s absolutely amazing. Toss Wonder Woman into the mix, and that movie’s a no-brainer y’all. So herewith, the first trailer for Professor Marston and the Wonder Women! … Continue reading
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Happy Free Comic Book Day Eve! Here’s the whole lineup of comics for tomorrow!
Ready for FCBD? Yeah, me too! And there are some particularly groovy ones headed our way. I’ve talked about Valerian, but that’s not the only movie/TV tie-in. This year we’ll see: Betty and Veronica AND Riverdale Avatar Doctor Who Rick … Continue reading
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2016 Harvey Award nominees announced: Pastis, Breathed, Staples, Waid, Lemire & more!
It’s that time of year; the Harvey Awards has released its list of nominees! The Harvey Awards “recognize outstanding work in comics and sequential art”, and will be presented September 3rd, 2016 at this year’s Baltimore Comic-Con. Some of my … Continue reading
First Second — celebrating 10 years with a cool February reading list!
First Second, the publishing house that has given readers the graphic novels American Born Chinese, Andre the Giant, Friends With Boys, Above the Dreamless Dead, The Divine, just to name a few, is celebrating its tenth anniversary! Happy anniversary, cool … Continue reading
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Off the Shelf: Zachariah Thorn #1
Nutshell: Sometimes the best intentions and the coolest concepts get a bit muddy. It often happens when a new series tries to take flight. Thorn is one of those muddy intros, but if you can get past the Scooby-Doo-head-cocking this … Continue reading
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Off the shelf: Oh, Hell Vol. 1
Nutshell: Cool premise, slick art, beautiful colors, and characters you wanna root for. I’m not fully understanding the mythos yet, but I’m digging the story. Oh, Hell just jumped into my webcomics queue. Story: Poor confused Zoel. Doesn’t know where … Continue reading
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