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    Review: Skinned #1

    Not content with one Monkeybrain Comics project, Jeremy Holt has had another cooking, with Curse co-writer Tim Daniel and artist Joshua Gowdy. The new title Skinned cente...

  • It's All in the Trades: Retrovirus HC
    It's All in the Trades: Retrovirus HC

    Professor Zoe Wallace is a rising star in the science community.  Her work classifying and identifying retroviruses puts her among the best in her field.  When given the opportunit...

  • Looking Into Amazon Acquiring Comixology, With Tim Gibson
    Looking Into Amazon Acquiring Comixology, With Tim Gibson

    If you're a comic fan who's been on the internet for the last week, you've probably seen by now that digital comic frontrunner Comixology is being acquired by Amazon. Comixology ...

  • Liberated: Megan Hutchison
    Liberated: Megan Hutchison

    As part of the Liberator trade paperback, Black Mask Studios asked a stellar team of comic creators to play in the world that Matt Miner created. Each team had the chance to c...

  • Liberated: Adam Egypt Mortimer and Ryan Lee
    Liberated: Adam Egypt Mortimer and Ryan Lee

    As part of the Liberator trade paperback, Black Mask Studios asked a stellar team of comic creators to play in the world that Matt Miner created. Each team had the chance to c...

  • Liberated: Tess Fowler
    Liberated: Tess Fowler

    As part of the Liberator trade paperback, Black Mask Studios asked a stellar team of comic creators to play in the world that Matt Miner created. Each team had the chance to c...

  • SMC Podcast: Episode #33
    SMC Podcast: Episode #33

    Welcome back to another stellar episode of the SMC Podcast, episode 33! We've got a special treat for you this week, as part of our Indie Spotlight, we invite Rocco Petrullo and Gian...

  • Geek Cinema - Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Spoilers)
    Geek Cinema - Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Spoilers)

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  • Liberated: Matthew Rosenberg
    Liberated: Matthew Rosenberg

    As part of the Liberator trade paperback, Black Mask Studios asked a stellar team of comic creators to play in the world that Matt Miner created. Each team had the chance to c...

  • Liberated: Fabian Rangel, Jr. and Jonathan Sawyer
    Liberated: Fabian Rangel, Jr. and Jonathan Sawyer

    As part of the Liberator trade paperback, Black Mask Studios asked a stellar team of comic creators to play in the world that Matt Miner created. Each team had the chance to c...

  • Where'd You Get That?! -- Purgatory Pub, Book 1
    Where'd You Get That?! -- Purgatory Pub, Book 1

    Originally running on Kickstarter during October and November of 2013, Purgatory Pub, Book 1 from Gabriel Dunston is finally available for the public! Telling the story of two u...

  • Back Issue Bin Review - Sea Bear & Grizzly Shark #1
    Back Issue Bin Review - Sea Bear & Grizzly Shark #1

    What would be scarier than getting attacked by a bear in the woods?  The answer is obvious - getting attacked by a SHARK in the woods!  How is this possible?  Four simple words - ...

  • SMC Podcast: Episode #32
    SMC Podcast: Episode #32

    We missed a week, but we are back in action with episode 32 of the SMC Podcast! Did you miss us?...

  • Review: Tall Tales From The Badlands #3
    Review: Tall Tales From The Badlands #3

    From Black Jack Press comes the third issue of Tall Tales From The Badlands. It's westerns with a twist as things aren't always as they seem in this western anthology series. Ever...

  • It's All in the Trades: Half Past Danger HC
    It's All in the Trades: Half Past Danger HC

    Dames. Dinosaurs. Danger. The tagline for this World War II comic book had me hooked before I even cracked the cover.  I mean, seriously – who wouldn’t love to see Indiana Jone...

  • Interview: Steve Orlando Makes A Splash With Undertow
    Interview: Steve Orlando Makes A Splash With Undertow

    With the first issue dropping last month, Undertow quickly emerged as one of Image's best new comics of the year, with creators Steve Orlando and Artyom Trakhanov showing grea...

  • SMC Podcast: Episode 31
    SMC Podcast: Episode 31

    Welcome, once again, to another episode of the Stashmycomics.com podcast! Tim and Leo invite fellow SMC'er Scott Shea to tag along as we talk Titanfall, and the Magic: the Gathering ...

  • Interview: Frank Cvetkovic Kickstarts MUTE, A Silent Noir
    Interview: Frank Cvetkovic Kickstarts MUTE, A Silent Noir

    Currently running on Kickstarter is MUTE, a silent comic from writer Frank Cvetkovic and artist Michael Lee Harris. At just under 20% of its goal, currently, it still has a bit...

  • Reviews: Strange Nation #5
    Reviews: Strange Nation #5

    Cryptids, urban legends, conspiracies and more are brought to light in Strange Nation,  the MonkeyBrain book from writer Paul Allor and artist Juan Romera. Following Norma Pa...

  • Interview: Edwin Vazquez talks DIY Crowd Funding
    Interview: Edwin Vazquez talks DIY Crowd Funding

    The crowd funding train left the station a few years back, and there's a few websites that have taken their place above the rest. What perks do they really provide a comic book creat...

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Wolverine #4 (2014)
4.00

Wolverine #4 (2014)

Okay Cornell, you got me. I HATED the first three issues of this series. They were just so out of character for Logan. Now it all makes sense, you pulled it all together. Good one on you for...

Scalped #TP Vol 1 (2007)
1.00

Scalped #TP Vol 1 (2007)

I’ve never read or seen a work about modern Native American life that didn’t have at least a smattering of hope for the future or the Pride of being of noble heritage. Scalped is gritty,...

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #4 (2007)
3.50

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #4 (2007)

I enjoyed this issue. I really thought the subterfuge behind the protection of Atlantis and sailors’ thinking they would sail off the edge of the world was a stroke of genius. I’m very i...

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #5 (2007)
4.00

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #5 (2007)

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #5 It’s the final battle between Reed Richards and Von Doom with Atlantis stuck in the middle. The battle is epic and with some awesome cameos at the end, i...

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #3 (2007)
4.00

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #3 (2007)

Facing the peril of falling off the face of the earth, the crew of the Fantastick, the Frightful Four, and Doom must form a temporary alliance. You know it’s not going to last once doom fi...

East of West #TP Vol 2 (2014)
5.00

East of West #TP Vol 2 (2014)

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Star Trek #43 (1987)
1.00

Star Trek #43 (1987)

NOT WORTH CONSUMING A sequel story to the classic Trek episode, “The Apple.” With an early Chekov appearance, roses that bloom with darts of death and exploding rocks and some pretty w...

Star Trek #42 (1987)
4.50

Star Trek #42 (1987)

WORTH CONSUMING! For a story involving Scotty as the main character, this is actually very good. Are gremlins tearing apart the Enterprise or has the Scotsman being drinking a wee too much...

Star Trek #41 (1987)
1.50

Star Trek #41 (1987)

NOT WORTH CONSUMING The episode of the Animated Star Trek in which the Orion Pirates are seen for the first time is supposed to be a classic. I didn’t like that episode and I surely didn...

Locke & Key #HC Vol 6 (2014)
5.00

Locke & Key #HC Vol 6 (2014)

I’m actually glad this series is over. I didn’t hate it & I wasn’t disappointed with this volume in the least. But, I hate when series overstay their welcome and become dull and boring...

Welcome to Tranquility #TP Vol 1 (2007)
3.50

Welcome to Tranquility #TP Vol 1 (2007)

This combines the mystery of CSI, with the devoted homage of classic comics of the 1940’s and 50s of Alan Moore’s Supreme run, with the teen edge of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. This is a g...

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #2 (2006)
4.50

Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #2 (2006)

In this issue Doctor Doom reveals his plan to William Shakespeare, the crew of the Fantastick reunite in order to free the Bard from the clutches of the dastardly metal clad villain, and the...