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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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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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Wednesday Knight’s Haul – 09.15.2012

Besides tonight being the largest stack of indie comics I think I’ve brought home since I’ve started these Wednesday night posts, there is one name that makes this stack really exciting: Ross Campbell.  Why?  Because he’s one of my favorite comic book creators making work today and because he has two books that hit the […]

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