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    Hooked on a Feeling (AKA Geek Cinema: Guardians of the Galaxy)

    (No spoilers!) "Ooga chaka! Ooga chaka!"  I remember when I saw the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy.  And, like most folks in the geek community, my level of excitemen...

  • Geek (Made for TV) Cinema - Sharknado 2: The Second One!
    Geek (Made for TV) Cinema - Sharknado 2: The Second One!

    *Spoiler-free!  Because I want you to experience the awesomeness of this movie on your own!*...

  • Review: Unit 44 #1
    Review: Unit 44 #1

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  • It's All in the Trades: We3
    It's All in the Trades: We3

    Have you ever finished a book, and couldn't decide how you felt about it?  The book itself wasn't confusing - the plot and characters were laid out nicely, it was written well, and ...

  • Crowd Funding Flash: Not Potato Salad
    Crowd Funding Flash: Not Potato Salad

    This week's Crowd Funding Flash is a double feature, because I don't want to see either of them miss their mark. Unlike the whole potato salad silliness that's plagued Kickstarter, b...

  • Crowd Funding Flash: The Somber Crown
    Crowd Funding Flash: The Somber Crown

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  • Investors Breathe New Life into The Chair Horror Film
    Investors Breathe New Life into The Chair Horror Film

    Horror graphic novel turned up-and-coming film, The Chair, didn't quite reach it's initial goal of $300,000, but achieved a great deal. Not only did it bring in a large number of bac...

  • Interview: Quinton Miles and QAM Comics Launch Zero Season
    Interview: Quinton Miles and QAM Comics Launch Zero Season

    Quinton Miles is the founder of QAM Comics and writer of all of their titles thus far. Started as a way for Quinton and his team to make comics and post them online, they soon s...

  • Review: Enormous #1
    Review: Enormous #1

    You may remember Enormous from way back in the summer of 2012 as a one-shot at Image Comics. Now, writer Tim Daniel and artist Mehdi Cheggour bring Enormous to 215 Ink as...

  • Advance Review: Absentee #1
    Advance Review: Absentee #1

    Currently running on Kickstarter is The Absentee #1 from Inverse Press. Unlike most Kickstarter projects, The Absentee is already completely finished, it just has to be printe...

  • Teaser #4 For Moreci and Malhotra's Upcoming Image Comic
    Teaser #4 For Moreci and Malhotra's Upcoming Image Comic

    Today marks the penultimate teaser in the week long buildup to the announcement of a new Image book from writer Michael Moreci, artist Vic Malhotra, colorist Jordan Boyd, and...

  • Teaser #3 For Moreci and Malhotra's Upcoming Image Comic
    Teaser #3 For Moreci and Malhotra's Upcoming Image Comic

    More teasers are rolling in for the week long buildup to the announcement of a new Image book from writer Michael Moreci, artist Vic Malhotra, colorist Jordan Boyd, and letter...

  • Michael Moreci and Vic Maholtra Have A Second Teaser
    Michael Moreci and Vic Maholtra Have A Second Teaser

    With the first teaser for their upcoming book surfacing yesterday, Moreci, Maholtra and company have a second, of many, teasers. Details are still pretty scarce, but we do know that ...

  • Michael Moreci, Vic Malhotra Tease Upcoming Book
    Michael Moreci, Vic Malhotra Tease Upcoming Book

    From the creative team of writer Michael Moreci, artist Vic Malhotra, colorist Jordan Boyd, and letterer Ryan Ferrier comes a teaser for an upcoming release through Image Comi...

  • Crowd Funding Flash: Miner, Von Gorman Launch Toe Tag Riot
    Crowd Funding Flash: Miner, Von Gorman Launch Toe Tag Riot

    Described as “a satirical book for anyone who loves FUN and hates JERKS like the Westboro Baptist Church.” Toe Tag Riot is the newest work from writer/co-creator Matt Miner (...

  • SMC Podcast: Episode 36
    SMC Podcast: Episode 36

    Welcome back to another awesome episode of the SMC Podcast! This week, Leo gives his thoughts on Amazing Spider-Man 2, and Tim finally got to see Captain America: Winter Soldier! The...

  • Geek Cinema: Ohhhh… NOW I Get It (Godzilla Edition)
    Geek Cinema: Ohhhh… NOW I Get It (Godzilla Edition)

    I’ve never been a Godzilla guy. Even as a kid, I remember flipping on weekend matinee TV and being only mildly engaged in the hyper-cheesy B-movie kitsch that Toho Studios was push...

  • Advance Review: Eyes of the Hurricane (one-shot)
    Advance Review: Eyes of the Hurricane (one-shot)

    From the Alabama-based Inverse Press comes yet another comic successfully produced with the help of Kickstarter. Writer Kevin LaPorte and artist Amanda Rachels take Roberto A...

  • CFF: Horror GN 'The Chair' Seeks Funding for Film
    CFF: Horror GN 'The Chair' Seeks Funding for Film

    Alterna Comics' gritty psychological horror graphic novel, The Chair, is headed to the big screen. That is, with enough fan support via crowd funding website Kickstarter. Published ...

  • Review: SmörgåsbordSquad #1
    Review: SmörgåsbordSquad #1

    Smörgåsbord Squad is the new project of Jacques Nyemb, under his Not So Super Comics banner. With the art talents of Justin Wood and Kayla Miller, Nyemb brings to life the ...

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Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe #1 (1990)
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Fred Hembeck Sells the Marvel Universe #1 (1990)

Usually, I get really ticked if I buy a comic and I don’t know that it’s just a bunch of reprints. However, since I have no intention of ever collecting a run of Marvel Age books, I’ll...

Legends of the DC Universe Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 (1999)
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Legends of the DC Universe Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 (1999)

The untold story about the Crisis on Infinite Earths answers the question “How did the Anti-Monitor happen to capture the Barry Allen Flash?” I’ve always wondered that but never could ...

Avengers #33 (2014)
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Avengers #33 (2014)

I just don't get it. I enjoy the art but story... where are they going with this ? It's just too cryptic for my taste.

Andre the Giant: Life and Legend #GN (2014)
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Andre the Giant: Life and Legend #GN (2014)

There’s some R-rated language and some very bawdy anecdotes about Andre. The man loved to drink, mingle, and play cards and fight. But above all else, he loved to put on a show. The story ...

Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe #1 (1989)
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Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe #1 (1989)

Hembeck crafts a tale in which Death is tasked with killing off all of the characters of the Marvel Universe in one day. Nobody is safe from Hembeck’s poison pen. Lawn work becomes Ant-Man...

Power Girl: Power Trip #TP (2014)
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Power Girl: Power Trip #TP (2014)

Power Girl: Power Trips is a massive volume filled with 16 issues. For only $30 and in full color, that’s a freaking steal! The art of Conner and Gray is fantastic and I love the covers, e...

Star Trek #5 (1990)
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Star Trek #5 (1990)

An archivist has a broken heart, monsters run amok on Enterprise, and the conflict with the Klingons in resolved. While this issue has some good moments, the storyline is more of Marvel Su...

Star Trek #15 (1991)
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Star Trek #15 (1991)

From the cover, you can tell that the end of the Worthy’s journey is not gonna end well. However, this volume is done quite well. Why couldn’t the entire 3-issue arc have been as good? ...

Star Trek #14 (1990)
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Star Trek #14 (1990)

Remember when Bill Mumy was the creepy kid on the “Twilight Zone” who sent people to the cornfield (IE purgatory) when he didn’t like them or got bored with them? Well, by the end of t...

Star Trek #13 (1990)
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Star Trek #13 (1990)

So Billy Mumy is writing the issue and the cover says “Danger, Danger!” what do you expect? The crew of the Enterprise meeting the Space Family Robinson, right? Wrong. Dead Wrong. Inst...

Adventures of the Thing #4 (1992)
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Adventures of the Thing #4 (1992)

The reprint mini-series comes to a close with a classic ‘team-up’ of the Thing and the Man-Thing. Technically, they don’t really meet as Ben Grimm, recruited by Nick Fury to test a new...

Adventures of the Thing #3 (1992)
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Adventures of the Thing #3 (1992)

I’ve read this one before and yes, I was miffed that this series is nothing more than 4 reprints of the Thing’s team-up comic in the 80s. But, I love this story. It’s zany and extremel...