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San Diego Comic Con: A First Timer’s Perspective

  San Diego Comic Con is not the first con that I have attended, but it is easily the largest and busiest.  For reference, I attended New York Comic Con fairly routinely from 2007 to 2010 and have been to some of the smaller horror, sci-fi, and comic conventions that pop up in New York […]

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Deadeye, Once Upon a Time in the Western

In 1968, Sergio Leone put the finishing touches on the world that Deadeye would be written into. It’s the existence of a drifter cowboy with a chip on his shoulder-past, seeking revenge that is dark and doom-ridden.  In Deadeye, this backdrop is beautifully painted and could easily end there but nothing from Creative Mind Energy […]

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WonderCon Anaheim, Conflicting Indie Comics Daze

While I’d still prefer to be in San Francisco (it’s just a funner city) for WonderCon, this year’s WonderCon in Anaheim was quite enjoyable as a representative of BuyIndieComics.com, almost strictly.  DWAP Productions has no booth at WonderCon this year – last year in Anaheim left us scarred and we couldn’t pull ourselves to do […]

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The Gifted, High Production Value from Creative Mind Energy

It’s easy to understand how I would love a book like The Gifted.  It’s about a wolf, I love animals, especially dogs.  It’s for the most part silent, I dig the silent books.  But it’s way more than all of that.  The Gifted is a wonderful story and beautifully painted.  Most importantly, The Gifted is […]

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