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3-Page Previews: Hacktivity #2

Hacktivity #2 by Ovi Demetrian Jr, writer and James Whynot, artist Shawn Harris has just received a get-out-of-jail free card. His new hacker friends who busted him out show him how the situation goes even further than he knows. Now he has to decide whether to continue on the run or join the team to […]

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3-Page Previews: Rough House, A Webcomic

Rough House is an ambitious indie/webcomic project from Jordan Cook and he’d like you to check it out.  Prints have recently become available for purchase and you can check it out at www.roughhousecomic.com.

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Forever Freshman, Funny Realism or Realistically Funny

While I never found anything light-hearted about high school, some people apparently have.  Or, it’s their way of dealing with the hell that high school is.  While my high school experience was something more akin to the way Joss Whedon portrayed it in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Neil Segura and Ray Mendivil present their high […]

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3-Page Previews: One Nation #1

Deacon Taylor’s (Paragon) platoon is rushing to clear a suspected insurgent hideaway on the streets of Kuwait. Doom looms in the air as the unit moves cautiously through the streets, when they happen upon a suspicious and heavily fortified metal door. The troop braces for what may be an enemy confrontation as Deacon kicks down […]

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Caffeine Dreams 03 from DWAP Productions

$3.00 w/ Free Shipping & Handling Caffeine Dreams 03, originally released in 2008 by DWAP Productions is an anthology featuring 6 different creators.  The first story, Shooting Dogs shows that one may will make the ultimate sacrifice for man’s best friend.  The second story, The Axe is the tale of an archaeologist and how his […]

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Big Plans #5 from Aron Nels Steinke, Like Portlandia, Kinda

By the time I got to the end of Big Plans #5, I was amused that the writer, Aron Nels Steinke listed his address as Portland.  The book reminds me of Portlandia.  Big Plans #5 is a collection of very smart, quirky stories that generally center around a kind of turn of the century Woody Allen. […]

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