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  • All About Books Sandwich Board
    All About Books and Comics Opens New Location on Camelback
    The Joker’s fearsome grin looms over the Central and Camelback lightrail station, directing passers-by to the newly opened comic book store across the street.At 9:00 AM today, a line of eager customers had already formed at the door of All...
  • Voluntaryists saving Snowden
    Can Voluntaryst Superheroes save Snowden from the NSA?
    The Voluntaryist comic book superheroes are at it again. After taking on statist monsters, statist zombies, statist TSA trolls who "protect" travelers from terrorists by terrorizing travelers they're back to bash the NSA nasties of...
  • Comic Book Review: Batman #41
    Comic Book Review: Batman #41
    Writer Scott Snyder continues to do what he does best for any comic book he gets involved in with Batman Issue #41. He begins a new story arc by pushing the boundaries of where the characters and title have been taken in the past and challenges...
  • Comic Book Review: All-Star Section Eight #1
    Comic Book Review: All-Star Section Eight #1
    DC Comics gives fans of the series Hitman something to get excited about. Obviously, I am not a fan of Hitman if it was anything like All-Star Section Eight #1. It was a painful read which can only be compared to the Watchmen if they were all...
  • Albert the Alien Vol. 2: The Substitute Teacher From Planet X
    Trevor Mueller sends 'Albert the Alien' back to Kickstarter for volume two
    Albert the Alien has had quite a hectic first few years of existence. The first foreign exchange student from another planet, the character debuted in the educational anthology "Reading With Pictures," and writer Trevor Mueller and...
  • Comic Book Review: Convergence Issues #6, #7, and #8
    Comic Book Review: Convergence Issues #6, #7, and #8
    DC Comics’ latest Universe-wide Convergence is now over and it’s time to reflect on what transpired and if it was a worthy read for fans. I can’t answer for everyone else out there, but I found the story-arc to be entertaining....
  • Nina Daniels
    Comedian Nina Daniels gets real about race on IFC's 'Maron'
    Stand-up comics are a funny bunch. Not just the ‘ha-ha’ kind of funny, but also the hard to figure out kind. Marc Maron dives into the belly of the beast on his comedy series Maron, currently in its third season on IFC.In the latest...
  • Graphic Novel Review: 'Batman: Earth One Volume 2'
    Graphic Novel Review: 'Batman: Earth One Volume 2'
    I love the concept of an alternate world where things are a bit off from the regular canon universe of the Dark Knight we’re served once a month in Detective Comics and Batman titles. Geoff Johns continues his off-kilter version of the world...
  • Phoenix Comicon 2015: New and improved formula
    Phoenix Comicon 2015: New and improved formula
    The 2015 Phoenix Comicon swept the entire downtown area over the weekend for four full days. Thousands of attendees occupied the halls, ballrooms, and streets surrounding the Phoenix Convention Center to share their communal love of all things...
  • Spring of the Stag God
    Writer J.C. Herneson talks about 'Spring of the Stag God'
    When I first approached J.C. Herneson for this column, my initial hope was to interview a fellow Gay Male erotica author. I was unaware of what he had created with his erotic novel, Spring of the Stag God. After I began doing research, I...
  • A sample of artwork created at Scattered Comics Studio.
    Interview with Scattered Comics Studio founder Jason Dube
    There are many aspiring artists who are seeking ways to see their work in print and Scattered Comics Studios provides comics book design and production services to enable customers to bring their comic book creation to life. Scattered Comics...
  • An exciting new series from Aspen Comics debuts May 20, 2015
    Vince Hernandez ushers in a new age for Aspen Comics with ‘Psycho Bonkers’
    Aspen Comicsfor over ten years has been known for artwork portraying strong and beautiful women often drawn in bikini armor. But what has been at the heart of Aspen’s success is strong storytelling, thoughtful characterizations, and the...
  • Roger Dahl's Comic Japan
    Review: Roger Dahl's Comic Japan
    The successful cartoonist behind Comic Japan began as a Seattle expatriate with the beginner’s job of English language teacher at a Japanese conversation school. Having acquired a bachelor’s degree in art — as well as numerous...
  • Graphic Review: Convergence: Batgirl #2
    Graphic Review: Convergence: Batgirl #2
    If you’re looking for page after page of action and hand-to-hand combat, look no further than Convergence: Batgirl #2. Mark Pennington and Rick Leonardi’s dramatic artwork captures not only one but three different versions of the...
  • Graphic Review: 'Mad Max: Fury Road - Inspired Artists Deluxe Edition'
    Graphic Review: 'Mad Max: Fury Road - Inspired Artists Deluxe Edition'
    If you’ve been on the fence about seeing the latest installment in the franchise, Vertigo Comics’ “Mad Max: Fury Road - Inspired Artists Deluxe Edition” will give you enough ammunition to make your decision an easy one....
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