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- Review: Bill the Boy Wonder The Secret Co-Creator of Batman
- Black History Month – Looking Forward
- Emily The Strange Animated Rock-N-Roll Single!
- Preview Quantum & Woody: Goat #0!
- A John Byrne Star Trek Photonovel?
- Doctor Who Comic from Titan Coming in July!
- Cartoon Network’s Super Secret Crisis War! An Avalanche of Cartoon to Comic One-Shots!
- Preview/Review: X-Files Conspiracy – Transformers!
- MONSTERS: THE COMPLETE SERIES Comes to DVD this March!
- Kel McDonald’s Misfits of Avalon comes to Dark Horse and the web?
- Empire of the Dead, George Romero and Arthur Suydam bring the zombie goodness!
- Preview: Blackout #1 on sale March 26th
- Garth Ennnis returns to Avatar’s CROSSED with Issue #50!
- Preview Serenity: Leaves on the Wind #2
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What’cha Reading Contributors
- The Glorkian Warrior Delivers a Pizza: Middle-Grade Hilarity in a Graphic Novel Format
- In Which I Explore an An Animated Book: Hondro & Fabian
- Retro Review: Nick Jr’s Oswald’s A Nice Quiet Picnic/The Big Parade
- Jellaby: The Lost Monster – a story of friendship, in graphic form, from Kean Soo and Capstone
- Guest Post from WhatchaReading: Preview! NFL RUSH ZONE: GUARDIANS OF THE CORE SUPER BOWL™ EDITION TPB
Tag Archives: Sensory Distortion
Way back in April of 2012 a kickstarter I had backed “Bleeding Ink Productions – Sensory Distortion” made its funding goal! I was ecstatic! This was a scary, trippy, psychedelic horror story and I loved it. December of that same … Continue reading
Action Lab has announced that Jason Martin of Super Real Graphics (Gnome, Zombie Tramp) is joining the Action Lab team! Not only is he joining but he is heading up their new mature readers line of comics! The new “Danger … Continue reading
Just 70 hours to go and this project is just a touch short. Which one of my generous readers will help put this book into print! If you can spare a couple of dollars it will make a difference. And … Continue reading