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Favorite Comics: The Nightly News, 100%, Akira, Dragon Ball, The Incal, Doom Patrol.

Favorite Quote: "All things are subject to interpretation whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth." -Frederich Nietzsche

Top 5 Most Anticipated Comics of 2014

Top 5 Most Anticipated Comics of 2014

  The number of comics coming out this year that I’m absolutely salivating over is absurd. New Image series from Brandon Graham, Kelly Sue Deconnick, Brubaker and Phillips, Gillen and McKelvie, Joe Keatinge, not to mention the fourth Casanova series ...

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Top 5 Most Underrated Cartoonists Of All Time

Top 5 Most Underrated Cartoonists Of All Time

This month’s top 5 will be listed alphabetically by the artist’s first name, if only because I don’t want anyone to ever know who, in my opinion, is the most underrated cartoonist of all time [Maniacal laugh maniacal laugh maniacal ...

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Top 5 Comic-Inspired Rap Lyrics

Top 5 Comic-Inspired Rap Lyrics

Numbered arbitrarily, because I both compulsively enjoy lists and disdain the importance we ascribe them, you can unravel the order or not, it doesn’t really mean anything.   3. “And not Wonders. I’m Scott Summers/ so don’t make me take ...

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Top 5 Mustaches in Comics

Top 5 Mustaches in Comics

Letter From The Editor:  This post is dedicated to Justin Wooley in his epic journey to finding the mustache in all of us.     Last month I mentioned that lists are a reductive and inherently ineffective way to categorize stuff. ...

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Top 5 Favorite Indie Comics (2013)

Top 5 Favorite Indie Comics (2013)

Great indie comics, despite being great, sometimes fly under the radar. Here's our top 5 favorite indie comics of 2013 (so far...). Looking for something new or different to read? Look no further!

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How I Spent My Summer VaComix

How I Spent My Summer VaComix

Hi, I’m Shea. I’m an over-educated 20-year old who sells comix for a living. So, you can imagine my frustration when Scott Deaux asked me “what my favorite thing in comix was?” Hmmm…….

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