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Review: The New KnightsSeptember 13, 2020
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Review: Apocalypse, KindaSeptember 11, 2020
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Review: Memoirs of a MonsterSeptember 11, 2020
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Imagine attending medical school and graduating having the idea that you will save the world. As...
Review: Razorblades: The Horror Magazine Issue 1September 5, 2020
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Interview: Jason Pharos, Creator of The ConvictorSeptember 2, 2020
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Review: Milky #4August 26, 2020
Joshua Saxon, author and creator of Milky, was kind enough to send me a preview copy...
Review: Fawkes Force #1August 19, 2020
Black Moss Comics is headed by Paul Richards out of the west coast of the US....
Review: Breaks Volume 1August 19, 2020
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Review: Avery The Astonishing #1August 12, 2020
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Half Breeds by Jamal BilalAugust 11, 2020
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SoveReign ComicsAugust 11, 2020
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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
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QUICK STOPS AND MASKERADE EXCLUSIVE VARIANT COVERSSeptember 12, 2022
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Indie Black Comic Book Publishers You Should KnowFebruary 11, 2022
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5 Indie Creators You Should Be Following (But Probably Aren’t)March 30, 2021
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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
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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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