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The Guild trade
Published on Saturday, November 13, 2010 by Like a lot of Guild late comers I was introduced to the online humor stylings of Felicia Day and Co. after watching Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog. Both are excellent. While I like the story of Dr Horrible more, I appreciate the fact that the Guild is still on going with a high quality on line series. While I doubt that it will ever rival the tv for entertainment, th...
Leaving Proof 11 | “Zero Killer” TPB review
Published on Thursday, October 21, 2010 by [Author's note: The text in this article originally appeared on http://kittyspryde.forumotion.com on 08 September 2010 and may have had its content changed or edited since its initial online publication] Zero Killer (Dark Horse Comics, 2010; 160 pages; reprints Zero Killer #1-6, originally published in 2007) Writer: Arvid Nelson Line Art: Matt Camp Colours:...
Leaving Proof 10 | “The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects” Hardcover review
Published on Thursday, October 21, 2010 by [Author's note: The text in this article originally appeared on http://kittyspryde.forumotion.com on 02 September 2010 and may have had its content changed or edited since its initial online publication] The Amazing Screw-On Head and Other Curious Objects (Dark Horse Comics, 2010, 104 pages) Story & Art: Mike Mignola ("The Magician and the Snake" co-written...
Turok: Son of Stone #1
Published on Sunday, October 17, 2010 by The third of Jim Shooter's Gold Key relaunches from Dark Horse has arrived. How does it measure up to the older Turok books and how does it compare to the other Gold Key relaunches by Shooter? (more…)...
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