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Review: SHARK OF WAR #2 Is Filled To The Gills With Campy Violence

The first issue of SHARK OF WAR is chock full of campy sci-fi and excessive violence, great for fans of those straight-to-video science fiction/horror movies. Now...

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...

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...

David Pepose Throws The Wonderful Land Of Oz Into Civil War In THE O.Z.

THE O.Z. is a new project on Kickstarter written by David Pepose, and it's a take on The Wizard of Oz like you've never...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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