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Review: HELLFIGHTER QUIN #5 Comes To A Storybook End

HELLFIGHTER QUIN #5, available from Mad Cave Studios on September 16th, brings Quin's fight in the tournament to an end with a shakeup of...

LIGHTNING MARVAL #1: A Fun And Quirky Romp For Serious Times

Lightning Marval #1 is the first issue of a passion project by writer/artist/publisher Warren Montgomery shipping this week. With most other modern comics trying...

Kickstarter: NOCTERRA COLLECTOR’S EDITION Adds New High-End Reward Tiers

With nine days left in the Kickstarter campaign, Scott Snyder and Tony Daniel announced a new stretch goal and two new high-end reward tiers...

Self-Published Spotlight: TALES FROM THE DEAD ASTRONAUT

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: DOSE! #1 Is A Disturbing Turn On The Superhero Genre

DOSE! is a new indie comic by writer Sean Ellis and artist John Gebbia that shows a dark underbelly to the world of superheroes. The...

Review: OCTOBRIANA 1976 is the Neon Revolution Summer Comic We Need

"Octobriana 1976 is the world’s 1st blacklight comic book. It’s printed with fluorescent ink and will look like no other comic ever! Super bright...

Review: NINJAS & ROBOTS #1 Is A Diamond In The Rough

NINJAS & ROBOTS #1, out this week from Keenspot Entertainment, follows the ninja, Yuki, as she's forced to endure the trials that will restore...

In Conversation with HER NAME IS…SAVAGE Writer Katie Batchelor

I was lucky enough to get to talk to the immensely talented Katie Batchelor about her recently released graphic novel  Her Name Is...Savage, a...

REVIEW: Howlett’s THE MAKERS is More Than Your Average Homage

Paskettiwestern Productions' The Makers could have just been a run-of-the-mill homage to comics. Instead, series writer, artist, colorist, and letterer Dave Howlett decides to go...

Review: LEAVE SOMETHING WITCHY — The Manson Story Told Like No Other

Leave Something Witchy, published by Lazy Comix, is a graphic novel detailing the story behind the Manson murders. It has a unique art style,...

Review: BROKENLAND #2 Is A Heaping Pile Of Surreal Entertainment

What is Brokenland, you ask? It’s a world that’s just a little off, filled to the brim with trash and muck and grime. It’s...

Self-Published Spotlight: THE BABOON AND PINK LEMONADE JAMBOREE

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...

LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER #5: The Plot Thickens With Revelations

Like Father, Like Daughter #5, available now from Comic Uno is the start of a new arc about a family bonding experience written by...

Interview: Sara Kenney Takes On The World With PLANET DIVOC-91

Planet DIVOC-91 Chapter 1 dropped on WEBTOON yesterday for FREE, and Monkeys Fighting Robots was able to catch up with the writer of the...

LIKE FATHER, LIKE DAUGHTER Vol. 1: Superheroic Expectations

Like Father, Like Daughter is an indie series that pops up on the internet every now and then. Created by comic critic Kathryn Calamia...

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...
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