Reviews: Comics from Comic Art Brooklyn and beyond

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Tweet  Here for your perusal, I examine a pile of worthy comics and graphic novelish books that I have found in my travels to Brooklyn; from a few book release parties at Bergen Street Comics, The Brooklyn Book Festival and most recently, Desert Island owner Gabe Fowler’s brand spanking new Comic Arts Brooklyn festival. ______________________________________________________________ […]

REVIEW: Gaming and Comics Collide in HAWKEN:GENESIS

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Tweet Archaia, who makes a strengths out of the crossroads between comics and other visual media, has taken on another estuary zone in HAWKEN: GENESIS, bringing a comic based on a free internet gaming hub, HAWKEN to readers. Flood zones between visual media can be tricky, especially in gauging the right audience for a comic, […]

Art Wall: Cubist Thing, them Mighty Morphin’ kids and Batman- lots of Batman

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TweetHello and welcome! We are starting a weekly art thingy and have -rather thoughtfully- set it for Friday, that interminable day where the weekend is within touching distance and yet you still have to be at work. Hence, pretty and cool stuff that will help tide you over- forget words, just feast your eyes. This […]

PREVIEW: Fluorescent Black by Nathan Fox and M.F. Wilson

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What’s this? A new graphic novel illustrated by the amazing Nathan Fox and written by M.F. Wilson?

Why yes! OR at least a collection of “Fluorescent Black,”, their story that has been running in HEAVY METAL for the last three years. Fox writes “We are really proud of how it turned out and it features a TON of new content including guest pinups, additional narrative pages and more.”