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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: WOLVERINE #5 (Marvel Comics 1989)

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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: 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...

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...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: DC Comics’ WHO’S WHO (1985-1987)

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Preview: The Junior Big Three Head To Gotham in DCEASED: HOPE AT WORLD’S END #5

When Cassie Sandsmark, Damian Wayne and Jon Kent suit up and team up, Fallen Gotham is in for a visit by a different kind...

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...

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...

Self-Published Spotlight: CRIME-KILLER by Brian Judge

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: TERROR INC. #12 (Marvel Comics June 1993)

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: BATMAN BLACK AND WHITE #4 (September 1996)

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #156 (November 1989)

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

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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...

Craig Sawyer: How 80s Buddy Cops Influenced MARS CITY VICE

Craig Sawyer is an indie creator who's not letting quarantine or Diamond's crumbling empire stop his comic. Mars City Vice is a comic at...

Review: PINK LEMONADE #2 Is The Comic Book Thirst Quencher We Need

Pink Lemonade #2 by creator Nick Cagnetti and indie publisher It's Alive! continues to deliver a vibrant, fun, gorgeous and energetic comic that is...

INTERVIEW: Comics Catch Up With Indie Creator Benjamin Marra

Benjamin Marra is one of the most interesting artists working today. And although mainly self-published, Marra has done comics for both Vice (various strips)...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: DETECTIVES INC. #1 (Eclipse Comics April 1985)

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Reading Comics Can Give You Comfort; Here Are Just A Few Choices

A lot of us are in need of a little comfort and escape right now, which is hard for some with social isolation. But...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SLASH MARAUD #1 (November 1987)

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