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    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...

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    Investors Breathe New Life into The Chair Horror Film

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

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    Review: Enormous #1

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    Advance Review: Absentee #1

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

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

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    Michael Moreci and Vic Maholtra Have A Second Teaser

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    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...

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    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...

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    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...

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    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...

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MEMBERS' REVIEWS
NFL SuperPro #1 (1991)
2.50

NFL SuperPro #1 (1991)

Instead of considering Superpro the worst comic of all-time, I see this as the Plan 9 from Outer Space of comic books. I paid a buck for this in a bargain bin and I am sure some folks would ...

Spirit: The Origin Years #4 (1992)
4.50

Spirit: The Origin Years #4 (1992)

The stories themselves are entertaining. First up is a patriotic WWII era morality play between two orphans: one who chooses to fool good and one who ends up down the dark path of gang life....

Untold Tales of Spider-Man #Annual 1996 (1996)
4.00

Untold Tales of Spider-Man #Annual 1996 (1996)

The only complaint I have about this comic is that Mike Allred doesn’t do all of the art. I just love his thick inked style and the color palette used by his wife and partner, Laura. At le...

Next, The #3 (2006)
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Next, The #3 (2006)

One of the Next is known for being a brain and uses a lot of technical jargon to get his point across. He’s basically Reed Richards, only I can understand him- most times. This was perhaps...

Detective Comics #HC Vol 4 (2014)
5.00

Detective Comics #HC Vol 4 (2014)

In my opinion this volume is how Detective Comics should be. These issues harken back to the original days of this series where Batman was the lead feature and then several B-listers finishe...

Daredevil: End of Days #HC (2013)
4.50

Daredevil: End of Days #HC (2013)

Aside from the last word of Murdock, there are a few other mysteries to be solved. I won’t mention those as to do so would reveal some spoilers. But I will tell you that some mysteries are...

Elektra #2 (2014)
4.50

Elektra #2 (2014)

The artwork on this series is STUNNING! Absolutely amazing. Worth the price of admission just for that alone.

Next, The #2 (2006)
4.00

Next, The #2 (2006)

While Superman has his hands full with the space anomaly in earth’s orbit, the Next and their earth friend Monikka are experiencing fluctuations in time with dinosaurs, cowboys, and variou...

Next, The #1 (2006)
2.50

Next, The #1 (2006)

Issue 1 is the very first appearance the Next. So, there’s a ton of introduction and back story to be made. Most of the plot is devoted to explaining all of that and it’s a bit annoying....

X-Files: Year Zero #1 (2014)
4.50

X-Files: Year Zero #1 (2014)

Surprisingly good. Looking forward to seeing how this series develops.

Itty Bitty Hellboy #1 (2014)
5.00

Itty Bitty Hellboy #1 (2014)

Itty Bitty Hellboy is the brainchild of that dynamic duo of all-age friendly comics Art Baltazar and Franco. If you’ve read my blog regularly, you’ll know that I am a huge fan of their v...

Saga #22 (2014)
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Saga #22 (2014)

Fantastic new venture and the new plot line is coming into better form. We see the tragedy foreshadowed a few issues ago come into bloom here, as much as we’d hate to see it.