INTERVIEW: Jason Pharo
“For me it was coming back to art and to a character I created in 1984...
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This isn’t a story about Saint Nick delivering toys around the world to small children. We...
DESCEND INTO HORROR HISTORY WITH THE CREEPY AND EERIE ARCHIVESNovember 29, 2022
Coming soon in value-priced paperback editions! . #horrorcomics
REVIEW: Aliengaged, Volume 2(4)November 29, 2022
The conflict in the story is readily apparent and grabbed my attention from the start. Furthermore,...
REVIEW: F.A.R.M. SYSTEMNovember 17, 2022
Overall it is a good story for reading once, especially if you are a fan of...
REVIEW: DAY AND AGE: YEAR TWO(3.4)November 17, 2022
“Day and Age, Year Two” has friendly reminders of 2020, like bumping elbows instead of shaking...
Review: Astronaut Down #4(4.1)November 14, 2022
“Astronaut Down” has been a coming out party for Rubine. From the cover of the first...
On sale this week: A LEGACY OF VIOLENCE #2 from Cullen Bunn and Andrea Mutti!November 14, 2022
Things are getting bloody. A Legacy of Violence #2, the all-new, highly-celebrated maxi series from Cullen...
REVIEW: I HATE THIS PLACE #4(3.6)November 11, 2022
I like how we get a teaser of things to come. I suspect that the orb...
REVIEW: Big Trouble in Little China – Escape from New York(3.2)November 11, 2022
The story starts off just as the movie Big Trouble in Little China did, with Jack...
REVIEW: QUICK STOPS #1(3.6)November 8, 2022
Kevin Smith hits all the right notes for fans of the franchise. There are plenty of...
REVIEW: LOWER YOUR SIGHTS(3.4)November 5, 2022
Overall this book is brilliantly done and while I did have my own emotional impact from...
REVIEW: THUNDERCATS #1(3.2)November 5, 2022
It was nice to see all of the Thundercats. We get the original group as well...
INTERVIEW: Malachi BaileyNovember 2, 2022
Hailing from Long Island, NY, Malachi Bailey has always been unabashedly a lover of books! His...
REVIEW: Creepshow #1(3.5)November 2, 2022
I love how with both stories we get a more realistic perspective on some children. They...
REVIEW: DRAGONRING(3.3)November 1, 2022
I think that this story has potential to lead into many things, and like all new...
REVIEW: Nottingham #9(4.5)November 1, 2022
Shane Connery Volk’s artwork on the cover and interior pages is still maintaining its level of...
REVIEW: Halloween Party(3.3)November 1, 2022
I got a kick out of some of the parodies in this issue. Scotch McTiernan is...
REVIEW: FLORIDA MAN #3(3.3)October 30, 2022
Florida Man - the hero you didn’t want or need… But is he ever entertaining! This...
REVIEW: MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE: REVELATION #4(3.4)October 29, 2022
I loved this series. It took speculations that He-Man fans have had for decades and put...
REVIEW: TWIG(3.4)October 27, 2022
The story itself is not something I am familiar with, but I found myself enjoying what...
REVIEW: Sgt. Werewolf(3.4)October 24, 2022
As a fan of historical fiction I thought that the WWII setting was a nice touch....
Top 10 Indie Superhero TeamsMay 10, 2021
We’ve been polling various Facebook groups to find 2021’s Top 10 Indie Superhero Teams and the...
INTERVIEW: Turtel OnliJuly 6, 2021
When I first began collecting Black indie comics, it wasn’t long at all until I discovered...
Publisher Round-Up: Pitching De-MystifiedJune 22, 2022
Six burning questions with five publishers on the topic of pitching to publishers.
QUICK STOPS AND MASKERADE EXCLUSIVE VARIANT COVERSSeptember 12, 2022
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Indie Black Comic Book Publishers You Should KnowFebruary 11, 2022
The indie comic book scene over the last few years has exploded with an astronomical amount...
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
Happy New Year! As an indie creator who is interested in publishing a graphic novel, I’ve...
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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