INTERVIEW: Jason Pharo
“For me it was coming back to art and to a character I created in 1984...
REVIEW: The Shepherd: The Tether #1May 25, 2023
The Shepherd: The Tether #1 almost immediately separates itself from its contemporaries. There are very few...
REVIEW: A.R.C.May 25, 2023
I loved how this story brings attention to how corrupt and convoluted the system is when...
REVIEW: Pioneers: Blood & Stars #1May 25, 2023
Pioneers: Blood & Stars #1 is fascinating, yet eerily plausible premise. It has terrific artwork. It...
REVIEW: Smurfs 65th AnniversaryMay 19, 2023
The Smurfs have been a childhood staple for 58 years. That is a long time to...
REVIEW: I Hate Fairyland #5May 19, 2023
I feel for Gertrude. I’ve been in her shoes with a job. There’s nothing like completing...
REVIEW: Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter #1May 19, 2023
Having a story that focuses on Khazid’hea is a terrific concept. Aegis Fang, Icingdeath, and Entreri’s...
REVIEW: Survival Street #2May 16, 2023
I love how Survival Street continues to not pull punches about our society and government. In...
REVIEW: X-Files: DeviationsMay 16, 2023
I liked the premise behind Deviations for a lot of IDW’s titles. It reminds me of...
REVIEW: Killadelphia #25May 16, 2023
This series is like an old friend you don’t see often. It doesn’t matter how long...
REVIEW: Star Trek Picard: CountdownMay 15, 2023
The collaboration of all the sources that went into this book series adds to the overall...
REVIEW: Tales from Nottingham #2May 15, 2023
I liked experiencing the thrill of the detective work Sheriff Blackthorne did on his quest to...
REVIEW: I HATE THIS PLACE #6May 15, 2023
Throughout this series I have always liked how Artyom Topilin has made the cover of every...
REVIEW: Masters of the Universe: Masterverse #3May 8, 2023
This collection of stories regardless is brilliant as they are presented. As a child who grew...
REVIEW: Theater 7May 8, 2023
Theater 7 gives us a glimpse of that with Penny’s experiences in the world of Return...
REVIEW: Star Wars: Hyperspace Stories #1May 8, 2023
I am a big fan of any stories that help fill gaps in between episodes/movies in...
REVIEW: Ice Cream Man #32May 6, 2023
Every issue of Ice Cream Man I've read has left me thinking, "That was awesome" or...
REVIEW: SURVIVAL STREET #1May 6, 2023
Survival Street comes right out of the gate and shows people the state of the Union....
REVIEW: STAR TREK TRILLMay 3, 2023
The story as a whole is a wonderful addition to the Star Trek universe, highlighting a...
REVIEW: HOME FREE #3May 3, 2023
Sara is a badass. She’s smart and skilled. We’ve gotten hints that her past is connected...
REVIEW: STARGAZER #6April 27, 2023
This story started out with a group of kids who were not sure that they were...
REVIEW: Billionaire Island: Cult of Dogs #2April 27, 2023
Mr. Russell and Mr. Pugh continue to hit the nail on the head with Billionaire Island:...
REVIEW: STARGAZER #5April 17, 2023
This story continues to evolve and as it reaches the end of the story. Life from...
REVIEW: Battle of Iwo JimaApril 17, 2023
I was grateful for the opportunity to read this book. There was a lot of information...
REVIEW: Nightwalkers #1April 14, 2023
This story has a lot of potential, esp if you like vampiresque stories. It has a...
REVIEW: I HATE FAIRYLAND, VOL. 2 #4April 14, 2023
I Hate Fairyland is fast becoming one of my favorite titles. I can always count on...
Top 10 Indie Superhero TeamsMay 10, 2021
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INTERVIEW: Turtel OnliJuly 6, 2021
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Publisher Round-Up: Pitching De-MystifiedJune 22, 2022
Six burning questions with five publishers on the topic of pitching to publishers.
Indie Black Comic Book Publishers You Should KnowFebruary 11, 2022
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QUICK STOPS AND MASKERADE EXCLUSIVE VARIANT COVERSSeptember 12, 2022
On November 2, 2022, Quick Stops #1 arrives in comic shops. The comic is written by...
5 Indie Creators You Should Be Following (But Probably Aren’t)March 30, 2021
At the Indie Comix DIspatch we have the pleasure of coming many creators that are just...
Breaking In as a Graphic Novelist – Part 1January 10, 2023
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REVIEW: Marjorie Finnegan: Temporal Criminal #8August 4, 2022
From start to finish the artwork on the interior pages is the perfect compliment to the...
REVIEW: Couch Surfing #1June 15, 2022
Just from the artwork on the cover I knew “Couch Surfing” would be the book I...
INTERVIEW: Danny QuickJuly 9, 2021
Danny, thank you so much for coming back for another interview! Tell everyone about who you...
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