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Art Ops #1

November 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

If someone asks me if I want to go to an art museum, I shrug and say “Sure, why not?” Yea, like many, I like art, but I’m not in love with art. I do enjoy myself...

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April 3, 2015 | 1 Comments

Everybody dies. It’s a sobering sentiment to say the least and the kind of consideration that’s apt to be promptly shuffled away amid the tedium of the everyday. And yet this quiet, internal aversion to...

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Hinterkind #12

October 6, 2014 | 1 Comments

Behind all the series I’ve been more outwardly excited for, Hinterkind lies in wait, quietly delivering a solid and intriguing issue every month. Every time I return to this series, part of my wonders why...

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When Vertigo announced its defying new titles for its “relaunch” last year, the one that really caught my eye and stuck out was The Wake; an action-packed horror mermaid epic that spans millions of years....

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Dead Boy Detectives #1 – First Look

February 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Most of the time, I get my local comics store guru’s opinion on new comics before purchasing. This time, however, I had read something in Previews about this title, and decided to give it a whirl....

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Hinterkind #3

December 10, 2013 | 1 Comments

This was a series that I was initially wary about, what with indie titles being as hit and miss as titles from the big two, if not more so. But, the genre and the artwork...

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Coffin Hill is every 16-year-old goth girls fantasy; expensive black clothes, neglectful parents, a coven, and magic powers. Wait, Eve Coffin does have magic powers, right? I mean, she keeps talking about being a witch,...

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The Sandman: Overture #1, Chapter 1

November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

There is so much that I want to say about this book, that it’s hard for me to know where to begin: should I begin with a rant, with my background with Sandman, with my overall...

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Hinterkind #1

October 15, 2013 | 1 Comments

Post apocalyptic/collapse stories seem to be ever present in the media though, like zombies, pirates, and vampires, the number of such stories ebbs and flows with erratic indecision.  Unlike the latter three however, post apocalyptic...

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The Wake is a sophisticated and beautiful example of horror fiction that titillates, confuses, and intrigues you right from the get go. Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy direct what plays out like one of those...

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