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Review: Silver, Vol. 1

Review: Silver, Vol. 1

Stephan Franck has already done quite a bit during a successful animation career. He co-created the Nicktoons’ Corneil and Bernie. … Continue reading

Nov 20, 2014     Comments Off
Review: Memetic #1

Review: Memetic #1

Memetic #1 is the first issue in a new limited series from the minds of James Tynion IV & Eryk Donovan at Boom … Continue reading

Oct 31, 2014     Comments Off
Review: Sparks

Review: Sparks

Indie-friendly publisher, GrayHaven Comics, boasts a stable of anthology books that features a number of emerging talents in the industry. … Continue reading

Apr 28, 2014     Comments Off
Review: Metaphase Preview

Review: Metaphase Preview

As you probably saw a couple of weeks ago here on the blog, StashMyComics’ very own Chip Reece is writing … Continue reading

Apr 26, 2013     8 Comments
The Fangirl Concern: Chronographer #1

The Fangirl Concern: Chronographer #1

 It can be a struggle at times to find comics created by strong female writers. The big two have gathered … Continue reading

Mar 12, 2013     Comments Off
Video Game Review: Goldeneye 007

Video Game Review: Goldeneye 007

Why not open up my first game review with a game many consider one of the best of all time. … Continue reading

Aug 28, 2012     4 Comments
Advance Review: Debris #1

Advance Review: Debris #1

Kurtis J. Wiebe and Riley Rossmo team up again to bring us a very different comic than their previous collaborations. … Continue reading

Jul 24, 2012     Comments Off
Advance Review: Hypernaturals #1

Advance Review: Hypernaturals #1

In the vaguely distant future, God exists and his name is Q – in reference to the Quantinuum (né: everything). … Continue reading

Jun 26, 2012     3 Comments
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Advance Review: The Manhattan Projects #4

Einstein and aliens, oh my! In this issue, we get some unexpected guests, and finally figure out why Einstein is … Continue reading

Jun 25, 2012     Comments Off
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Review: Chew #26

Tony Chu is a cop. A cop with a weird power. He’s cibopathic, which means that when he eats something, … Continue reading

May 31, 2012     Comments Off
Review: The Manhattan Projects #3

Review: The Manhattan Projects #3

In The Manhattan Projects, we get an alternate history take on the famed program that brought us the atomic bomb … Continue reading

May 22, 2012     3 Comments
At The Library: Abstract Comics, the Anthology

At The Library: Abstract Comics, the Anthology

The Vancouver Public Library is 6 floors of books. Each floor is dedicated to a different field. There’s an entire … Continue reading

May 8, 2012     6 Comments