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Wet Moon volume 06: Yesterday’s Gone, Tragic Scars

Ross Campbell’s Wet Moon is about the most realistic women in an ongoing comic book series today.  These women are tall and skinny, short and plump, missing pieces of themselves and fully fleshed out.  Every one of these characters is particular and individualistic.  The characters of Wet Moon are beautiful, sexy, sad and tragic.  It […]

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Bad Moon is Good Horror

Ghosts, werewolves and an invisible man all make an appearance in Bad Medicine: New Moon, an exciting new horror title from Oni Press.  Haunted by a tragic life, Doctor Randal Horne comes back to the real world from a self-imposed exile when a deadly mystery rears its ugly head, a murder that only he can […]

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Wednesday Knight’s Haul – 11.29.12

Wednesdays are the Sabbath for comic book geeks and readers all around these here United States and it is with great pride in America and comic books that I bring you another post of Wednesday Knight’s Haul – the brief list of indie comics that arrived from pre-order or I spotted on the shelves as […]

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Girlfriends Near and Far: Ross Campbell’s Wet Moon Volume 6: Yesterday’s Gone and Marguerite Abouet’s Aya: Life in Yop City

Comics are often derided for their inaccurate depiction of women; and it is frequently with good reason.  From their lack of prominence as characters to their physical proportions; the world of comics, in all of its alternate forms and universes, infrequently seems to understand how half of the words population participates in day-to-day life. Mainstream […]

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The Sixth Gun Volume 3 TP: Bound, Doing Something New with Horror

Cullen Bunn & Brian Hurtt are masters at adding flavor to what can otherwise be the bland dishes of horror, noir and in the case of The Sixth Gun, westerns.  I do not by any means believe that any of these genres are dead but the writing that goes into them can sometimes feel zombie-ish […]

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