Monthly Archives: March 2011

We Got Issues Featured In The Suffolk Journal

Check out the first article ever on “We Got Issues” by writer Jeana Sullivan. Our thanks to her and the Suffolk Journal.

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Wednesday Recap

FF # 1 Yeah, Igot it. It’s FF for Future Foundation. Very cagey of Hickman and Marvel to launch a new Fantastic Four comic without it really being the Fantastic Four. The Human Torch is dead until the next FF … Continue reading

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New York Comic-Con Interview: Dustin Nguyen

Paul sits down with one of his favorite artists, Dustin Nguyen!

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Ruse #1 Crossgen is back, huh? This is probably the only title I’ll be interested in enough to buy, but I could be wrong. I think Mark Waid wrote this around the same time as his ultimately disappointing Empire, and … Continue reading

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Wednesday Recap

The Stuff of Legend Volume II: The Jungle, Part 4 One of the few books I’ll buy both as individual issues and in collected trades. In these economic times, that’s the highest praise a scrutinizing comics collector can give. I’ll … Continue reading

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Boys #52 It’s a pity that at this point I don’t foresee any more jumping on points for new readers.  A lot of new revelations are in order to help bring the book ot a close and hopefully with Darick Robertson.  … Continue reading

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We Got Reviews: Mineshaft 26

Mineshaft #26 came to my apartment weeks before my tax return ever did. I call that a triumph of art over government. You take what you can get. Originally a zine with a literary bent, Mineshaft’s Publishing/Editing team Everett Rand … Continue reading

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We Got Reviews: Inbound 5

Given how hard it is to sell $3-4 dollar pamplets, it’s no surprise that comics publishers are opting to publish larger, trade sized anthologies rather than 32 page issues. And while I’m bummed that World War 3 Illustrated is giving up the … Continue reading

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