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Interview: Tom Scioli on JACK KIRBY: THE EPIC LIFE OF THE KING OF COMICS

Tom Scioli is no stranger to Jack Kirby and Kirby's comics. In much of his work, like Godland and IDW'a Go-Bots, Scioli's Kirby love...

BLACKHAND IRONHEAD – A Relevant Capepunk Story

Blackhand Ironhead is the latest release between Panel Syndicate and Image Comics for September 23, 2020. Headed by comic artist David Lopez, and his...

Review: HARLEY QUINN: BLACK + WHITE + RED: CHAPTER ONE – A Strong Start

Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red is a new DC digital-first series that features the famous antihero depicted using only black, white, and...

Interview: Jim Rugg On The Making And Process Of OCTOBRIANA 1976

Jim Rugg is a man of many hats in the comics/cartoon community. He's been a teacher, designer and illustrator. He is the co-creator, with...

Graphic Novel Review: A Fiery Noir Tale in BLACKING OUT

Writer Chip Mosher teams with artist Peter Krause (Irredeemable), colorist Giulia Brusco, and letterer Ed Dukeshire to tell a 70's grindhouse-noir tale full of...

GUARDIAN #1 – Tom Carter’s Superhero Sneak Preview

Guardian #1 is a superhero indie comic by UK filmmaker Tom Carter, available via Comixology. This passion project has been in the works since...

Review: OXYGEN #1 RED Is An Exhilarating Breath Of Fresh Air

Oxygen is a surprisingly action paced comic despite the fact that it serves simply as an introduction to Wildman’s new world without giving anything away.

Get Lost in 70’s Grindhouse-Noir with a BLACKING OUT Playlist

Writer Chip Mosher and artist Peter Krause's Blacking Out is an original graphic novel available to be backed on Kickstarter, and Mosher came up with a...

Self-Published Spotlight: CRIME-KILLER by Brian Judge

Welcome to Self-Published Spotlight, a regular interview column where I will be highlighting self-published comics and the creators and small print publishers who make...

THE ATOMIC VICTORY SQUAD – Heroes of Unlikely Nature

When earth's greatest heroes die in The Atomic Victory Squad, all that's left is a motley crew of obscure characters to save us; but...

Self-Published Spotlight: KNIFE HITS DIGEST By Gloom Wvlf Comix

Welcome to Self-Published Spotlight, a regular interview column where I will be highlighting self-published comics and the creators and small print publishers who make...

Review: HOTELL #3: Corpses Lie Where Stones are Unturned

Writer John Lees and artist Dalibor Talajic, along with colorist Lee Loughridge and Sal Cipriano return with another chilling chapter of short horror in...

Review: WESTERNOIR Talks The Talk And Shoots From The Hip

WesterNoir, created by West and Crutchley, is a wonderful blend of genre cliches and real surprises, mixing pulp fiction and western themes.

ACTION JOURNALISM: Fun Filled Quirky Adventure

Sometimes you randomly stumble upon a comic that fills you with so much joy that you love every aspect of it while it reminds...

Longbox Legends: THROUGH THE WOODS – Storytelling At Its finest

Emily Carroll may not be a household name yet, but every comic she creates is a horror-filled masterpiece. My first brush with her name...

Review: THE GENTLEMAN Updates Lovecraftian Detective Horror

THE GENTLEMAN, available now from Evoluzione Publishing, is an intriguing new series about the exploits of a former occult detective coaxed out of retirement...

Self-Published Spotlight: THE CELERY STALKS By Patrick Ian Rooks

Welcome to Self-Published Spotlight, a regular interview column where I will be highlighting self-published comics and the creators and small print publishers who make...

Review – HEXAGON #2: The Tutorial Ends And The Main Story Begins

Hexagon #2 is the issue where the series' main plot truly begins. Whereas the previous issue is about character introductions, this issue highlights how...

FALLEN is Modern Mythology Unafraid to Delve Into the Deities’ Dirt

If one were to combine the biopic Party Monster with Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, the result would look like Fallen, a Kickstarter-produced comic created...

INTERVIEW: Comic Book Catch Up With Writer Joe R. Lansdale

Joe R. Lansdale is one of the most prolific writers in any genre. He's written everything from horror to crime fiction, historical fiction and...