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Laydeez Do Comics – A global initiative led by Women
7 months ago

Laydeez Do Comics – A global initiative led by Women

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As well as writing for Nerdspan, one of the other things I do is produce a radio show for Soho Radio, called ‘Free Seed On Soho’.  A couple of weeks …
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Interview: Pryor and Speziani talk CASH & CARRIE
12 months ago

Interview: Pryor and Speziani talk CASH & CARRIE

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The kidnapping of a middle school mascot leads two young detectives into a world of school rivalries and occult rituals. That’s the basic plot of Cash & Carrie, a …
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Crawling From the Wreckage: Blacklung by Chris Wright
2 years ago

Crawling From the Wreckage: Blacklung by Chris Wright

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Chris Wright’s BLACKLUNG is an odyssey of human nature drenched in water and blood. Review by Adam Witt.

Comic Review: Lucky Penny
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2 years ago

Comic Review: Lucky Penny

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Lucky Penny is a quirky comic that wants to be awkwardly endearing but settles for just being awkward. It’s almost appropriate as the leading character, Penny Brighton, leans heavily on childish antics and social …
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KILL THE FRESHMAN (Review)
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2 years ago

KILL THE FRESHMAN (Review)

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KILL THE FRESHMAN

Many of you may remember back to your high school years.  Some of you may be experiencing them right now, or for others it is in your not …
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Kill the Freshman: A YA Graphic Novel That’s Part Mean Girls, Part DBZ!

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Hey, folks, my name is Alex Langley; you may know me from the gaming section of Nerdspan. Let’s flip our chairs around and sit in them backwards so we can …
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Archaia Previews Arthur de Pins’ The March of the Crabs

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This Spring, BOOM Studios’ Archaia imprint will debut The March of the Crabs Vol. 1: The Crabby Condition hardcover from French animator Arthur de Pins.

In The Crabby Condition, a …
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Graphic Novel Review: Black Canary & Zatanna: Bloodspell
3 years ago

Graphic Novel Review: Black Canary & Zatanna: Bloodspell

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Paul Dini’s love of Zatanna is fairly well-established. He was the character’s principal caretaker in the DC Animated world, writing episodes featuring Zee for both Batman: The Animated Series
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Graphic Novel Review: This One Summer
4 years ago

Graphic Novel Review: This One Summer

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Summer stories are fairly universal in their relatability. That span of two or three months, free of the daily routine of school, sometimes in a place away from home …
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Interview: Scott Fogg Kickstarts Phileas Reid
4 years ago

Interview: Scott Fogg Kickstarts Phileas Reid

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Scott Fogg is the writer and co-creator of the all-ages graphic novel Phileas Reid Knows We Are Not Alone. With a Kickstarter underway to cover the production costs for …
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NYCC Archie Comics Shocker: Farewell, Betty and Veronica
4 years ago

NYCC Archie Comics Shocker: Farewell, Betty and Veronica

Audience reaction to the trailer for the new ongoing comic book series Afterlife with Archie was strong and positive, as were the responses to clips from the brand new CGI animation series Sabrina: …
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Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa? Available Sep. 7th
4 years ago

Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa? Available Sep. 7th

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Andrez Bergen’s (best-selling author of 100 Years of Vicissitude) new comic book/noir novel Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa? will be hitting Amazon USA September 7th. Bergen’s new work blends 1940s detective noir and the 1960s comic book revolution.

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