Author Archives: Jared Lindenberg

Jared W Lindenberg has been drawing the whole of his life. He has done an extensive amount of creative work including illustration, concept design, graphic design, theatrical scripting, directing, and production management. A graduate of the Academy of Art University, SF, with a BFA in Illustration, he is now pursuing a freelance career in illustration, comic book inking, and is obsessively working on self-publishing his first graphic novella The D’Honneur’Bane. A frequent contributor to, he lives in San Francisco with his fiancé, his daughter, and BlkOps Myrtle—the cat.

Jared W Lindenberg tells epic warrior’s tale in The D’Honneur’Bane.

Official Press Release Up and coming writer/illustrator Jared W Lindenberg tackles the first in a series of illustrated novella this winter with the much anticipated release of his warrior’s epic, The D’Honneur’Bane. In the tradition of serialized classic pulp adventure comes the epic tale of a people engulfed in the bane of unrelenting war, clinging to […]

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The Strain: The Fall #1 Review

Created by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan, with a script by David Lapham and illustrated by Mike Huddleston, The Strain: The Fall explores the vampire genre as a viral epidemic. The viral theme was first explored in Richard Matheson’s classic novel: I Am Legend, but that seems to be where the similarity ends. The […]

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The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys #2 Review

“These masks used to mean something. Now they are just used to hide who you really are.”  This statement (uttered to Killjoy’s young protagonist by new arrival, Cheri Cola), seems to sum up what this series is really about. An examination of identity masked in a post-apocalyptic, mystery/adventure. Gerard Way and Shaun Simon have definitely […]

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King Conan: Hour Of The Dragon #2 Review

This beautiful book just keeps getting better. Timothy Truman continues to deliver a fast paced, true to the original, adaptation of a Robert E. Howard classic. When I first discovered that Truman was adapting a Conan tale, I rejoiced, thinking that he would be drawing it. Admittedly, I was a little disappointed when I realized […]

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B.P.R.D.: Vampire #4 Review

Wow! If the cover wasn’t enough to get your blood pumping, as promised, Mignola and company deliver the goods in a major way with the 4th issue of B.P.R.D.: Vampire. This issue is a powerhouse that smacks you upside the head, and with unwavering preponderance, keeps the blows coming. Whereas the first two issues seemed […]

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The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys #1 Review

  Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance fame, whose first comic book outing, Umbrella Academy, was met with great critical acclaim, returns to comics with The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys, in what appears to be a post-apocalyptic mystery. I don’t use mystery lightly, neither does Way. From the opening credits he establishes that […]

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Black Beetle #4 Review

  As the first, and hopefully not the last, story arc in the adventures of The Black Beetle comes to a close, it is stunningly clear that Francesco Francavilla has delivered the goods. Though not as dramatic an ending as one would hope, the story was still a rollicking, rip-roaring, knuckle-sandwich loaded nod to pulp-noir […]

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